Media session – ESA Council extraordinary meeting

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ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher shares the outcome of the ESA Council extraordinary meeting in this virtual Q&A with journalists. Additional updates are provided on ESA’s main programmes, the overall rollout of Agenda 2025 on the way to the ESA Ministerial Meeting in November 2022 as well as further implications of the current geopolitical situation on ESA’s activities.

Learn more: https://www.esa.int/Newsroom/Press_Releases/Redirecting_ESA_programmes_in_response_to_geopolitical_crisis

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10 Comments

  1. Hope that the hermis plan gets operational and that ESA stop with its cheapskate with our launch capability. Though I do not have that much hope with the lack of risk taking, no technology gets developed without risks.

  2. Can an elevators be made to space. I am no scientists but I have some knowledge about space science and I think elevators can be made to space by using negative gravitation force.

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