PARIS — The British government on Sept. 27 reiterated its intention to take part in the European Commission's Copernicus Earth observation and Horizon 2020 research programs but offered no encouragement for a national positioning, navigation and timing network.
In publishing its UK National Space Strategy, the government said it will procure a “small constellation” of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance satellites for civil and military use.
The government plans to publish a separate military space strategy paper but has already agreed . . .
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