The financial decisions slated to be made on Dec. 1-2 by the European Space Agency (ESA) ministerial council are expected to echo the priorities set by the recent ESA-European Commission (EC) joint statement on a shared vision for Europe in space, signaling clear alignment between ESA, its 22 member states and the European Union. The most visible example seems to be their willingness to foster entrepreneurship. Past “ESA ministerials,” which usually gather every three years, ...

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