EU Looks For Galileo, Copernicus Service Customers

By Amy Svitak
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
February 03, 2014

After two years of contentious debate, the European Commission has a freshly minted budget of €10 billion ($13.7 billion) over seven years with which to complete and launch two new flagship space programs: the Galileo satellite navigation constellation and the Copernicus Earth-observation system.

With some half-dozen spacecraft dedicated to the two programs set to launch this year, the EC's next task is to figure out how to use them.

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