The potential for transatlantic cooperation in the International Space Station programme and space exploration

  • Ian Pryke
Part of the Yearbook on Space Policy book series (YEARSPACE)

Abstract

Europe has cooperated with the United States and other Partners in the International Space Station (ISS) programme since its inception. In the area of exploration Europe has played a key role, both at the European level through ESA and at the national level through a number of national space agencies in the development of “The Global Exploration Strategy (GES): The Framework for Coordination”717 released in May 2007. ESA has also worked with NASA on a comparative assessment of lunar architecture concepts.

Keywords

International Cooperation Space Exploration International Space Station European Space Agency Space Policy 
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