UK Should Leave Copernicus Program, Think Tank Suggests

A rendering of the Sentinel family of satellites orbiting Earth.
Credit: European Space Agency
LONDON—The UK should consider leaving Europe’s Copernicus Earth observation (EO) initiative and instead re-invest the money in UK space capabilities, a think tank has suggested. Policy Exchange’s Director of Strategy and Space Policy Gabriel Elefteriu argues that the £750 million ($870 million) fee...

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