Space Communication for the Stakeholders

  • Fulvio DriganiEmail author
Part of the Space and Society book series (SPSO)


The chapter focuses on institutional space communication in regard to its main stakeholders, identified as the media, decision-makers, opinion leaders and influencers as far as the public is concerned, and the scientific community and industry in terms of communities that participate in the space exploration endeavour.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FrascatiItaly

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