Astrium Lands ESA Contract For Geostationary Climate Sensors

Astrium Satellites, a division of European aerospace giant EADS, won a €149.2 million ($210 million) contract with the European Space Agency to develop and implement two high-precision instruments for Europe’s Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) program. The two spectrometers...

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