News from Space Economy
Europe decides to increase ESA’s budget by 17% compared to the last Ministerial meeting in 2019 [Dec/2022]
At the ESA Council at Ministerial level held in Paris on 22
and 23 November, government ministers representing ESA’s Member States, Associate
States and Cooperating States resolved the ESA budget for the upcoming three
years until the next C...
ESA Space Operations and Space Safety activities: supporting Europe’s innovation, competitiveness and market opportunities [Nov/2022]
As Europe's centre of excellence for satellite operation,
ESOC is home to the engineering teams that control spacecraft in orbit, manage ESA’s
global tracking station network, and design and build the systems on the ground
that support missions ...
ESA ARTES Partnership Projects, providing the satcom industry with the right environment to introduce innovative space-based solutions systems into the commercial market [Nov/2022]
ESA ARTES Partnership Projects federate industry around
large-scale programmes, developing innovative cutting-edge solutions in
partnership with private or public operators. This innovative approach allows
European prime contractors and equipment ...
With the objective of achieving Net Zero carbon emissions by
2050, Europe is investigating ways to rapidly decarbonise its sources of
electricity generation and ensure both stable and secure supply. While
requiring substantial development, space-b...
FutureEO (formerly called Earth Observation Envelope
Programme) is ESA’s cornerstone of Earth Observation. The programme develops
pioneering Earth Observation systems that respond to major science, societal
and environmental challenges concernin...
The European Exploration Envelope Programme (E3P, branded
Terrae Novae in 2021) was created in 2016 to deliver Europe’s space exploration
strategy. The mission of Terrae Novae is to lead Europe’s human journey into
the Solar system using robot...
ESA TIA ARTES programme’s continuous boost to the commercial markets and European competitiveness [Oct/2022]
Satellite communications represent the most commercial sector
of the space economy. ESA, through the ARTES 4.0 programme, is the most
significant public investor in innovation in space-based telecommunications in
Through a study ...
technologies, systems and know-how developed
in the framework of European space programmes
hold remarkable potential in
the terrestrial sphere.ESA’s Technology Transfer activities explore this potential, identifying space t...
Technology developments for ESA science missions empowering Europe’s technological edge and autonomy [Oct/2022]
ESA Science programme develops and operates a portfolio of missions, which ensures that the European scientific community maintains its position at the highest levels of discovery and innovation.Space science is a major driver of innovation, leading ...
Space activities and capabilities significantly contribute
to Europe’s leadership in science, technology and innovation, and support
Europe’s economy and society towards more responsibility, resilience and
autonomy. Space provides crucial solu...
ESA Space Economy Team presents a paper on “Statistic and thematic satellite accounts for measuring the Space Economy” at the 73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris [Sep/2022]
On 20 September 2022, the ESA Space Economy
team will present a paper on ‘Statistic and thematic satellite accounts for
measuring the Space Economy”, co-written with the Organisation for Economic
Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the US ...
European Centre for Space Economy and Commerce (ECSECO) presents at the 73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris [Sep/2022]
The European Centre
for Space Economy and Commerce will be present at the International
Astronautical Congress. On Thursday (22.09), from 10:30 to 11:00, there
will be a presentation on ECSECO at the ESA stand. It will include:
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