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Senior managers representing 14 space agencies participating in the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) affirmed their commitment to fostering broad international cooperation to further advance the exploration and utilisation of space.
The senior managers met at the European Space Agency (ESA) European Space Operations Center in Darmstadt on 7 October 2015 to discuss potential common next steps for the implementation of the Global Exploration Roadmap.
The meeting included representatives from the Italian Space Agency, the French Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales, China National Space Administration, Canadian Space Agency, German Aerospace Center, ESA, Indian Space Research Organisation, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, State Space Agency of Ukraine, Russian Federal Space Agency, the U.K. Space Agency and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency.
From left to right: In Hee Hwang, KARI Executive Director of Convergence Technology Research Head Office; Khaled Al Hashmi, UAE Space Agency Director of Space Missions; Cheng Wang, Division Director, CNSA Department of System Engineering; Thomas Reiter, ESA Director of Human Spaceflight and Operations; Delfina Bertolotto, ASI Head of Human Spaceflight; William Gerstenmaier, NASA Associate Administrator, Human Exploration and Operations; Yasuyuki Ito, JAXA Associate Director General; Fabienne Casoli, CNES Deputy Director for Strategy and Programmes; Rolf Densing, DLR Program Director; Gilles Leclerc, CSA Director General Space Exploration; Oleg Gorshkov, Acting Director General TSNIImash; Andrew Kuh, UKSA Human Spaceflight and Microgravity Programme Manager. Not pictured: Indian Space Research Organisation and the State Space Agency of Ukraine.