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European Space Agency


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European Space Agency

European Space Agency

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European Space Agency

European Space Agency

PEAKE, Timothy Nigel (born 1972), astronaut, European Space Agency, since 2009

Modernising Secured Transactions Law : a Viewpoint from the European Space Agency

RODOTÀ, Antonio (1935 - 2006), Director General, European Space Agency, 1997–2003

MALLETT, Edmund Stansfield (1923 - 2004), Director of Applications Programmes, European Space Agency, Paris, 1981–85

SHRIMPLIN, John Steven (born 1934), consultant, 1994–2011; UK Member, European Space Agency Appeals Board, 2000–10

LÜST, Reimar (born 1923), President, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, 1989–99, now Hon. President; Director General, European Space Agency, 1984–90

GOLDSMITH, Philip (born 1930), Director (observation of the Earth and its environment), European Space Agency, Paris, 1985–93

LOWSON, Robert Campbell (born 1949), consultant on space and research questions, since 2011; Director, Regulation, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2007, on secondment to European Environment Agency, 2007–11

SA Energies Nouvelles et Environnement v European Space Agency, Appeal judgment, no 2011/2013, 2006/AR/1480, ILDC 1729 (BE 2011), 23rd March 2011, Court of Appeal

SA Energies Nouvelles et Environnement v Agence Spatiale Européenne (European Space Agency), First Instance Decision, 2006 6216 JdT 171, ILDC 1229 (BE 2005), 1st December 2005, Court of First Instance

The Preliminary Draft Space Assets Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment: An opportunity for Government and industry to compare notes in the run-up to the intergovernmental consultation process - Colloquium organised by the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) in cooperation with the European Centre for Space Law (E.C.S.L.), at the Head Office of the European Space Agency (E.S.A.), Paris (France), 5 September 2003).

 

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(ESA)

An organization, founded in May 1975 to replace the European Space Research Organization, that conducts space research and operates its own launch vehicles.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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