Spanish EU presidency: Space traffic management, autonomy, and debating limits on EO imagery sharpness

by Peter B. de Selding

TUPPER LAKE, NY — The Spanish government has made space traffic management a priority of its EU presidency and is also entering talks with Germany, Italy, Canada and the United States on what precision level of radar observation should available publicly.

Spain on July 1 assumed the six-month rotating presidency of the European Union Council and wants to strengthen Spain’s space ties internationally via the new Spanish Space Agency.

Spain’s satellite fleet operator, Hispasat, already sells the majority of its fleet’s capacity . . .

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