to: 27 May 2020




“We all have a role to play in the long-term sustainability of spaceflight, but it can be difficult to figure out how to make a meaningful contribution to this issue. That’s why we designed TruSat. TruSat is an open-source, citizen-powered space sustainability tool that empowers everyday space enthusiasts to observe satellites and have their observations tracked in a public catalog.

In this webinar, you will learn how the TruSat platform supports space sustainability and how you can start contributing to this mission from the comfort of your home.

To get started on your satellite tracking journey, visit Learn.TruSat.Org

Speaker: Kim Macharia

Kim serves as a member of the Project Management Committee for TruSat, an open-source, citizen-powered, space sustainability tool. Outside of her work on TruSat, Kim lends her time to organizations like the Space Frontier Foundation as a part of her personal mission to contribute to the democratization and diversification of space endeavors.

Moderator: Maren Hülsmann

Maren is a researcher at the Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications of the University of the Bundeswehr Munich, Germany. Her research focuses on Artificial Intelligence in the space domain. Before this she worked as a Flight Dynamics Engineer at the German Space Operations Center. She has been part of SGAC since 2016 and holds an official position since October 2019 as the event manager of SG[Germany] and since February 2020 as the co-lead of the SGAC Space Safety and Sustainability Project Group.


17:00-18:00 CET