Britain Increasing Contribution To ESA

Credit: Lunar gateway concept: NASA
LONDON—The UK is increasing its contribution to the European Space Agency (ESA) by 15%, in a new commitment to pan-European space projects that comes despite Britain’s planned departure from the European Union. Britain will invest £374 million ($483 million) with ESA over the next five years, the UK...

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