PARIS — The European Commission’s proposed secure connectivity constellation low-orbiting satellites is about the only issue on which a basic agreement among European Space Agency (ESA) governments remains to be sealed, according to the French space agency, CNES.
With ESA’s ministerial conference set for Nov. 22-23 in Paris, each of ESA’s 22 member nations is making final edits to its priority investments, in part based on how it views as other nations’ interests. The goal for each nation is to maximize its national . . .
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