PARIS – A pledge by European Union ministers to place the EU at the center of space policymaking, coupled with European Space Agency (ESA) efforts to broaden support among its members, could boost Europe’s chances of carving out a key role in international exploration and other big-ticket space endeavors. Meeting at the European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, late last month, ministers agreed that the strategic importance of space warranted that it be integrated into the EU’s high ...


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