EU Parliament committee boosts space budget proposal for milsatcom, space surveillance

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — A key committee of the European Parliament has favorably reviewed the proposed seven-year space budget proposed by the European Commission and proposed a large spending increase for space situational awareness and military satcom.

The Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) Committee also reiterated the terms and conditions of access by “third countries”, meaning non EU nations, to the secure, encrypted Public Regulated Service (PRS) of the EU Galileo positioning, navigation and timing network.

Terms of access continue to be a contentious subject between the EU Commission and the . . .

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