One month before the European Space Agency’s (ESA) steeped-in-tradition ministerial council meets, the agency is looking to shore up its government-funded missions, having just signed with the European Commission (EC) a joint statement for a shared vision for Europe in space. Meanwhile, a trend is emerging at the EC level toward new ways of doing business, opening to the ideas of private companies and promoting the use of startup companies.  On Dec. 1-2, ministers in charge of ...

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