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Offline calapine

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Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« on: 10/26/2018 10:46 pm »
Time to start a thread for it I guess.

Here are the results of Intermediate Ministerial Meeting:

http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/corporate/C(2018)119_Resolutions_adopted_at_the_276th_Concil_meeting_(IMM18).pdf


Offline Rik ISS-fan

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #1 on: 01/18/2019 06:26 pm »
Let's post the "ESA Director General's press breakfast" here. and a ESA video about Space 2019+.



I'll also add a screenshot from the Director General press breakfast concerning budgets.

edit to add: I highly recomend watching the Q&A session at the end.  ;D
2th edit: I this also relevent: How much do European citizens know about space
« Last Edit: 01/18/2019 06:41 pm by Rik ISS-fan »

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #2 on: 01/20/2019 05:00 pm »
It's a shame the ESA has that small budget...and low andvitious...

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #3 on: 01/20/2019 10:10 pm »
I wrote a 12-Tweet summary of the press briefing on Twitter.

Also contains, not all, but most slides from the presentation.

https://twitter.com/AuerSusan/status/1086397344961187841

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #4 on: 01/21/2019 06:05 am »
It's a shame the ESA has that small budget...and low andvitious...



Emphasis mine.

That is not even auto correct...

What were you trying to say here?

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #5 on: 01/21/2019 07:43 am »
Probably "ambitions"

Offline Tywin

Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #6 on: 01/21/2019 03:02 pm »
Probably "ambitions"

Yeah exactly that...

ESA and Europe should be do a lot more than they doing right now...
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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #7 on: 01/21/2019 04:19 pm »
Probably "ambitions"

Yeah exactly that...

ESA and Europe should be do a lot more than they doing right now...

I imagine if you asked the average European citizen they might argue they have bigger financial priorities at this time. In that light maybe ESA’s budget isn’t so surprising.

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #8 on: 01/21/2019 06:30 pm »
Probably "ambitions"

Yeah exactly that...

ESA and Europe should be do a lot more than they doing right now...

I imagine if you asked the average European citizen they might argue they have bigger financial priorities at this time. In that light maybe ESAís budget isnít so surprising.

As I mentioned in another thread, NASA gets a surprisingly large portion of the non-defense discretionary budget. Probably not a fair comparison, especially since the ESA members have different political objectives than the USA.

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46885.msg1902594#msg1902594

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Re: Space19+ ESA Council Meeting
« Reply #9 on: 01/21/2019 09:57 pm »
Probably "ambitions"

Yeah exactly that...

ESA and Europe should be do a lot more than they doing right now...

I imagine if you asked the average European citizen they might argue they have bigger financial priorities at this time. In that light maybe ESAís budget isnít so surprising.

As I mentioned in another thread, NASA gets a surprisingly large portion of the non-defense discretionary budget. Probably not a fair comparison, especially since the ESA members have different political objectives than the USA.

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46885.msg1902594#msg1902594

What ESA members, political objectives they have?

Be irrelevant in the space in the future?

You point about the big defense budget of USA, for me is a point versus UE-ESA...Because UE-ESA don't have that spend in defense and still have poor ESA budget...

Russia and Roscosmos, if you compare have much better budget than ESA if we compare in % of GDP...

And China look for pass complete to ESA in the next years, if they don't doing yet...and even India have her own manned program...

We talk about the second entity more rich in the earth....and pioneer in a lot technologies...and now in the space they start to be relegated...
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