ESA’s Earth observation chief on the program’s status and the road to the November ministerial

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — More commercial partnerships, more anchor-tenant deals with New Space companies, a new generation of Earth Explorer satellite missions for research, plus continued throttle-up of the Copernicus Sentinel satellite series: The European Space Agency’s Earth observation program is growing in all directions.

In November, the agency will find out whether ministers from its 22 member governments endorse its 3.03 billion euro ($3.2-billion) proposal for the coming three years.

The 16.1% increase compared . . .

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