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UK ‘should have more influence at the European Space Agency’

Image: European Space Agency, Harwell Campus


Esa-funded British organisations say the country should be better represented within its leadership

UK organisations funded by the European Space Agency have said that the country should have more influence in the intergovernmental space group, according to a report for the Westminster government.

The UK is the fourth-largest investor in Esa behind France, Germany and Italy, and it has considerable influence within the organisation as it plays a full role in its governance structures.

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