Government Affirms that Partnerships Place Brazil in New Era of Space Exploration

The president of the Brazilian Space Agency welcomes the expansion of the aerospace market that bridges areas such as education, telemedicine, games, entertainment and services.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On the eve of the Brazilian Space Agency's 30th anniversary, its president Carlos Moura highlights the role of the agency, linked to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI), in including Brazil among the countries exploring space peacefully.

According to him, partnerships between the government and the private sector have made this a pioneering moment and highlight international space programs that have made this choice. Moura also talks about the expansion of the aerospace market that bridges areas such as education, telemedicine, games, entertainment and services.

In an interview with Adrielen Alves, he spoke . . .

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