EuroNews looks at the future of European Space Exploration
19 January 2007

EuroNews looks at last week's Edinburgh workshop on the future of European space exploration strategy. This was the first in a series of stakeholder consultation workshops organised by ESA.

Interviewees include Bernhard Hufenbach from ESA, Jeff Volosin from NASA, former ESA astronaut and current European Parliament Member Umberto Guidoni and Prof. John Zarnecki from Open University, who were key contributors to the discussions in Edinburgh.


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Source: ESA