The budgets European Space Agency (ESA) member states will agree on during the ministers’ council in Seville, Spain, on Nov. 27-28 are expected to signal a change in the goals to be pursued for Ariane 6, Europe’s flagship launchers. The ongoing evolution in satellite demand means major players in Europe’s industry must simultaneously reassess how they meet customers’ needs, while also paying attention to the small- and medium-size enterprises (SME) in Europe’s ...


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