Israel launches space agreement with the ESA

Scientific and technological partnership with European Space Agency doesn't include an Israeli astronaut.

January 30, 2011 20:36

The State of Israel signed an agreement for space cooperation with the European Space Agency during the sixth annual Ilan Ramon Space Conference in Herziliyah.

The partnership is meant to be a scientific and technological cooperation, and there were no concrete talks of a possible ESA space mission that includes an Israeli astronaut.

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