LYON, France—The European Space Agency (ESA) is gearing up for its Space19+ ministerial council, to be held Nov. 27-28 in Seville, Spain, where the 22 member states will discuss Director General Jan Woerner’s €12.5 billion ($14 billion) budget proposal. The amount corresponds to the level of resources needed for mandatory programs in the four pillars of ESA’s activities over three years, Woerner says. The “Applications” pillar would receive 32% (€4 ...

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