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ESA helps business fly in space

Space Daily Wednesday, 13 March 2019
ESA helps business fly in spaceParis (ESA) Mar 12, 2019

New 'cubesat' technology and falling launch costs mean that businesses, universities and other organisations are increasingly able to launch their own small satellites. Now ESA is offering facilities and know-how to help them fly. In an innovative offering for Europe's emerging space ecosystem, ESA is providing access to ground facilities - control rooms and ground stations - as well as kn
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