More than a year ago the British government stood up a dedicated space organization to be more like the 19-nation European Space Agency. Today, ESA is returning the compliment, emulating Britain's focus on collaborating with the private sector to leverage government investment in the commercial space industry. Britain has long been a second-tier player to ESA relative to its economic strength in Europe. U.K. contributions to ESA programs lag far behind those of France, Germany and ...

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