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They're Talking About Space In Europe This Week
They're Talking About Space In Europe This Week

G7 nations commit to the safe and sustainable use of space, UK Space Agency “Today at the G7 Leaders Summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, delegates from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the USA, the UK and the EU pledged to take action to tackle the growing hazard of space debris as our planets orbit becomes increasingly crowded. One of the biggest global challenges facing the space sector is orbital congestion […]

  • NASA Watch
  • June 14, 2021
First Orion European Service Module to be Delivered Next Week
First Orion European Service Module to be Delivered Next Week

Airbus Delivers First European Service Module for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, Airbus Defence and Space “Airbus will deliver the first European Service Module (ESM) for NASA’s Orion spacecraft from its aerospace site in Bremen, Germany on 5 November 2018.” “An Antonov cargo aircraft will fly the ESM to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. This is the result of four years of development and construction, and represents the achievement of […]

  • NASA Watch
  • November 2, 2018
U.S. Won't Sign EU Code of Conduct for Outer Space Activities

US won’t sign EU space treaty, The Hill A senior State Department official said Thursday that the United States will not sign onto a European code of conduct treaty laying out rules in outer space. Ellen Tauscher, the State Department’s undersecretary for arms control and international security, said the rules the EU has currently proposed were “too restrictive” for the United States to agree to. U.S. Rejects Current Draft of […]

  • NASA Watch
  • January 16, 2012
Europe Whines About Subsidies But Keeps On Giving Them

WTO critical of NASA payments to Boeing: report, MarketWatch “A ruling by the World Trade Organization over whether Boeing received unfair government support centers on payments made to the company by the Department of Defense and NASA. The WTO has ruled that the payments are subsidies and that they’ve led to an unfair competitive advantage for Boeing,… .The European Union is claiming Boeing received some $24 billion in tax breaks, […]

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  • September 16, 2010