LYON, France—The European Space Agency (ESA) council at the ministerial level, which every three years makes key program budget decisions, opened Nov. 27 in Seville, Spain, to discuss a proposed increase in spending. ESA Director General Jan Woerner has pitched a €12.5 billion ($13.8 billion) budget. The amount corresponds to the level of resources needed for mandatory programs in ESA’s activities over three years. If accepted, the Space19+ meeting will mark a 21% growth ...

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