Javier Mejuto

Prof. Mejuto has been involved in space and academia for his whole career. Spanish astrophysicist working as Professor and Archaeoastronomy and Cultural Astronomy Department’s Chair in the Space Sciences Faculty at National Autonomous University of Honduras and Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. President of the National Astronomy Commission (Honduras) of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) and Co-Chair of the Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture Working Group of the same institution. He is currently the Honduran Scientific Coordinator of Morazan project, the first Honduran spatial experience, and the first central American satellite as a region. His research and work lines cover the inclusion of Developing Nations and underrepresented groups, especially indigenous peoples, in Space exploration and the access of Spatial technology.


The Global Conference on Space for Emerging Countries 2022

16-20 May 2022

Quito, Ecuador