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ESA

abbreviation for EURATOM SUPPLY AGENCY.
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The call was arranged by the European Space Agency but NASA is providing technical support.
Source: European Space Agency, 8, 10 rue Mario-Nikis, F-73738 Paris, Cedex 15, France.
The European Union has a Global Monitoring for Environment and Security initiative, which has created partnerships among the European Space Agency, the European Environment Agency, and other institutions.
EUREKA MOMENT: A European Space Agency picture from Mars
The satellite, operated by the European Space Agency, will use the company's scalable space inertial reference unit on its mission to study star and galaxy formation.
The European Commission has issued a statement deploring the breakdown of negotiations on the Galileo satellite navigation programme within the Council of the European Space Agency (see European Report 2741), while insisting that the programme, due to launch commercial services in 2008, will not be delayed.
In 1994, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced a breakthrough in the development of "new high-performance silicon solar cells for use in future, demanding deep-space missions.
The DIRECTV Group, the European Space Agency (ESA) and RAI (Radiotelevisione Italiana) Cooperate to Provide Not-to-Exceed Pricing as Cornerstone of Comprehensive Patent License Offering
0) approved the nearly 440 million euros ($464 million) the European Space Agency (ESA) said it needs to complete the second phase of its ExoMars mission.
ASTANA (CyHAN)- Expedition 41 Commander Max Suraev of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), NASA Flight Engineer Reid Wiseman and Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency landed safely on the steppe of Kazakhstan near the town of Arkalyk on Nov.
However, it was posted from a very respectable address - the European Space Agency - and addressed to Professor P Williams.
In April 2001, the Paris-based European Space Agency (ESA), whose members include 15 countries plus Canada (as a "cooperating" nation), announced four initiatives that could help nations better use satellite-gathered environmental data in the implementation and enforcement of international treaties on the environment.

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