1. European launch chief insists there be no competition with Ariane rockets  Ars Technica
  2. ESA - How ESA works with the EU to advance European space  European Space Agency
  3. European Commission to present space defence plan in March  Phys.org
  4. Europe grappling with space access challenges  SpaceNews
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"A huge mistake would be that this focus on microlaunchers destabilizes Ariane 6 and Vega C.""A huge mistake would be that this focus on microlaunchers destabilizes Ariane 6 and Vega C."

European launch chief insists there be no competition with Ariane rockets | Ars Technica

European launch chief insists there be no competition with Ariane rockets – Ars Technica

ESA has formed a formidable partnership with the EU to secure the future of Europe in space, developing Earth observation, navigation, secure connectivity and space entrepreneurship, people attending the 15th European space conference held on 24 and 25 January in Brussels will hear.ESA has formed a formidable partnership with the EU to secure the future of Europe in space, developing Earth observation, navigation, secure connectivity and space entrepreneurship, people attending the 15th European space conference held on 24 and 25 January in Brussels will hear.

ESA - How ESA works with the EU to advance European space

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday that Russia poses a threat in outer space, claiming that Moscow is capable of conducting cyberattacks on satellites as well as physically destroying them with anti-satellite weaponsEU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Tuesday that Russia poses a threat in outer space, claiming that Moscow is capable of conducting cyberattacks on satellites as well as physically destroying them with anti-satellite weapons

EUs Borrell Says Russia Capable Of Destroying Satellites In Space - UrduPoint

Europe has carried out successful hot-firing tests of the Ariane 6 launcher and aims to launch its new-generation...Europe has carried out successful hot-firing tests of the Ariane 6 launcher and aims to launch its new-generation...

Europe's Ariane 6 rocket passes key test | Bay Post-Moruya Examiner | Batemans Bay, NSW

The European Space Agency is grappling with multiple issues that could leave Europe temporarily without its own access to space by this summer.The European Space Agency is grappling with multiple issues that could leave Europe temporarily without its own access to space by this summer.

Europe grappling with space access challenges - SpaceNews