PARIS — The British government has asked the European Commission to clarify whether UK organizations with high-bandwidth access EU Copernicus Earth observation satellite data will be cut off from the service in the event of a “No Deal” Brexit.

It was one of several still-undetermined consequences if UK-European Union negotiations on Brexit end without an agreement.

Brexit’s effects on EU space programs have focused on the Galileo positioning, navigation and timing satellite network and its geostationary-orbit overlay, called Egnos.

The British . . .

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