Europe’s final frontier on ban Jelacic square

The European Space Expo landed this Friday in Zagreb, making it the 27th European city to host the traveling event. Visits to the free interactive exhibition on ban Jelacic square will be available to public from June 12th to 22nd.

The Expo was launched by the European Commission to illustrate services and applications derived from major European space programmes in the domains of satellite navigation (Galileo and Egnos) and Earth observation (Copernicus), and how those applications benefit Europe’s citizens.

Technology displayed at the Expo is for the most part cutting edge, making it a must-see for anyone who likes space exploration, techs buffs, wanderers or anyone who wants to be in the know about technology they’ll probably have on their phones a few years from now.