UPDATE Sept 17: This article has been updated to reflect an additional statement by ESA DG Josef Aschbacher.
PARIS — The European Space Agency (ESA) wants to start its own space-based secure connectivity program without waiting for the European Commission to finalize its own strategy and find a budget for it, ESA Director-General Josef Aschbacher said Sept. 15.
Aschbacher made his remarks in London in the context of a debate that concluded that ESA and Britain, now out of the European Union, are mutually dependent, and . . .
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