The Finance Ministry approved an investment of NIS 165 million for Israel's space program, Army Radio reported Sunday.
According to the report, the funding is meant to bolster the Ministry of Science and Technology's satellite development, as well as infrastructure for further research.
The Israel Space Agency has research agreements with the space agencies of the US, France, India, Germany and Russia.
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