Sipa Press is launching a major production dedicated to space activities from women’s perspectives: Space Girls, Space Women provides a brand new photographic odyssey. Our reporters are travelling around the globe to meet girls who are passionate about space and women who are involved in space programs.

Whereas most studies underline the enduring inequalities between men and women in the sciences and technology, Space Girls, Space Women goes beyond stereotypes.

Alongside the European Space Agency, the projects founding partner, it is our intention to bring a new perspective to science, technology and innovation through space. As the European space project celebrates its fiftieth anniversary, the aim of Space Girls, Space Women is to reach out to a broader public through a major touring exhibition, powerful images, and personal experiences introducing space programs through the eyes of the women involved.



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Our goals

Promote science (STEM) teaching among girls and inspire an interest among them in technology, knowledge and space, as an area of innovation.

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of European space programs by presenting them through the eyes of women.

Promote public awareness of the important role played by women in aerospace research in order to overcome enduring stereotypes and encourage female leadership.

Illustrate the role women play in international cooperation through the careers of women who currently work in space research.

Highlight the importance of space technologies in our daily lives: weather forecasts, navigation systems, television, internet, telecom, intervention in natural disasters, etc.

Share unique experiences lived by women and relive strong emotions.

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Sipa Press


Production director




Astro-physicist, Consultant



Magdalena Rakita, Laurence Geai, Audra Melton, Anya Chibisova, Martina Cristofani, Eva Parey / SIPA