Europe will harness space for a greener future, take decisive steps in exploration, and ensure autonomous access to space while preparing a paradigm shift towards a more competitive next generation of launchers, following decisions taken 6 November at the ESA Space Summit in Seville.
ESA will is modernising how it runs its programmes, speeding up its procurements and increasing its role as an anchor customer to commercial suppliers, while fostering the development of cutting-edge technologies and programmes.
Seville hosts also the EU Space Week beginning on 7 November.
Read more on the ESA articles:
- Ministers back Europe’s sustainable and competitive space ambitions
- World-first Zero Debris Charter goes live
- ESA and EC to unite on climate action from space
- How space is driving a greener future on Earth?