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Galaxy club

The galaxie club : space stakeholders in occitanie

Based at Cité de l’Espace, Club GALAXIE brings together around a hundred companies and institutions, which represent 18,000 industrial and service jobs in Toulouse.

Club GALAXIE works for the development of space and the regional economy by sharing its taste for technological adventure and entrepreneurship.

Over time, having celebrated twenty years of existence in 2021, Club GALAXIE has gradually become an essential and indispensable structure in the space industry sector. While its members are not all from this sector of activity, all are passionate about space and the magic and infinity it offers.

This is why Club GALAXIE supports Cité de l’espace on a daily basis and is proud to showcase it, help it develop its activities and increase its visibility. It regularly organises events here, in particular its monthly meetings, its “PetitdéjeunESPACE” [Space-Breakfasts] or its Dinner-Debate evenings.

In a setting conducive to conviviality and exchange, but also to action, Club GALAXIE aims to meet the challenges posed by the globalised economy in which its members operate, by allowing stakeholders to exchange, organise and act.

It is also an excellent way for members to combine the pleasant with the useful in the exercise of their professional and civic responsibilities, by allowing them to act for the development and influence of their organisation, and more broadly for the entire regional economic fabric.
More information on the Club GALAXIE website

Association les amis de la cité de l'espace

the association of friends of CITÉ DE L’ESPACE

The Friends of Cité de l’Espace (AACE) is an association under the 1901 law, created in 1997, the year Cité de l’espace was established.

The association aims to promote science, technology and space applications with all audiences, and especially the youngest.

It uses the facilities of Cité de l’espace to illuminate its action to promote scientific culture.
To achieve this, it has set itself several objectives:

  • Inform: Make space and its applications better known to the public, especially young people
  • Participe : Support the various events organised to promote scientific culture and more particularly by Cité de l’espace
  • Organise :
    • Competition for Young People
    • Annual “Friends” Award
    • Conferences
    • Themed Excursions
    • Events for Children
  • Suggest, Communicate: Collect and make suggestions to promote the relevance of the services provided by Cité de l’Espace to public expectations.

More information on the AACE website