ESA outlines complicated, expensive process of unraveling multifaceted cooperation with Russia

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The European Space Agency’s ruling council met March 16-17 to assess the effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in ESA’s many-faceted involvements with Russia, almost all of which are being shut down.

The council, which generally meets four times a year, added a special meeting for April to dig through details of the 22-nation agency’s Russia links, and to determine what needs to be done now that these ties are being cut.

Here are takeaways from a March 17 . . .

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