Between the 4th and 9th of May in Warsaw the European Commission exhibition on space technologies in daily life will be presented.

In 2012 the exhibition visited ten European cities and was successfull everywhere. This year it will take place in another twelve cities. In Warsaw it will take place at the Plac Defilad, before the Palace of Culture and Science.
Between the 4th and 9th of May the visitors of all ages will be able see, touch and experiment, learning of a wide range of innovative technologies and services, which could be created because of space investment and satellite technologies. The exhibition entry is free of charge and all information will be available in many languages.
Antonio Tajani, the Vice-President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship summed up the exhibition with the following words: „European investments are essential to create services, without which one can not live in the modern world. This exhibition is a great change to let the European citizens know, how many different technologies and applications are serving because of European satellite navigation and Earth observation programs.”
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