Poland has become the fourth nation to join the European Space Agency’s Plan for European Cooperating States (PECS) program. The new associate status will allow Poland to participate in ESA science, human spaceflight, navigation, telecoms and technology initiatives for a five-year period. Hungary, the Czech Republic and Romania are the other PECS members. Polish entities already serve as co-principal investigators on a number of the agency’s science missions and are supplying hardware for ...
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