PARIS — The U.K. Space Agency (UKSA) expects to start adding muscle to the bare-bones UK Space Strategy published last September when a three-year spending plan is released later this month.
The funding plan will set the limits on what UKSA can spend on its national priorities and position the government for November’s conference of European Space Agency (ESA) ministers to decide a multi-year budget. The UK is the fourth-largest contributor to the 22-nation ESA.
UKSA Chief . . .
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