By working more closely with the European Union, the European Space Agency has succeeded in elevating commercial space issues and space applications to "the highest levels in the offices of prime ministers" across the continent, according to Antonio Rodota, outgoing ESA director general. There were also indications that those closer ties with the EU will be used to exploit ESA programs more in the European military space realm, through the implementation of civil/military dual-use ...


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