Our activities

NESRA Essay competition 2021

our work with moon village association (MVA) on the pesc project

NESRA is representing Nepal in the Moon Village Association’s initiative called the Participation of Emerging Space Countries (PESC) project where we have created a roadmap for Nepal consisting of potential projects to promote Nepal’s contribution to the space sector and to foster space activities in the country. For more info: Participation of Emerging Space Countries (PESC) – Moon Village Association

National Space meet of Nepal 2019

Date: 20th July, 2019

Venue: Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), Kathmandu

National Space Meet of Nepal brings together space enthusiasts from all over Nepal and provide them a global platform where they can enrich their skills and advance their career in the space sector. We further discussed common tendencies in the space industry around the world and made future projections of development of Nepal’s space sector.
The primary objectives of the event were:
• To act as the mediator for the unheard space voices
• To provide a networking opportunity to emerging space leaders
• To provide a common ground for the space enthusiasts in the country
• To explore the opportunities and challenges in space industry
• To provide team discussion and team working experience to the participants

Contributors: Airlift Nepal, Future talks, Mars Academy USA, Sarah Jane Pell, International Space Consultants, SpaceBase, Space Generation Advisory Council, Bird-3 Satellite Project, 

Partners and Sponsors: Maruti Business Concern, Pawan Group of Hotels, Jansa Carpet, Standard Graphene, Xpashmina, Mars Academy USA, Fcube Cinemas, Space Generation Advisory Council in support of United Nations Programme on Space Applications, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST).

Space mission design workshop

In collaboration with OpenCosmos Academy UK

National Space Meet of Nepal 2018

Agenda: Space activities has been growing throughout the past few years. With this growth in mind, the half-day event aims to bring together students and young professionals aged 18-35 to discuss issues relevant to this growth, sharing their ideas with space sector experts. We look forward to throwing light to the present condition of the space industry in Nepal, our standing in the international arena, ways to promote it and opportunities for students and professionals in the domain.