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UK may go it alone in orbit after Brexit shutout from EU space plans

The UK may invest in its own space plans if Brexit-related issues continue to prevent full involvement in the European Union’s programmes



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14 June 2022

An artist’s impression of Sentinel-3, one of the satellites used by the EU’s Copernicus programme

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The UK could redirect about £650 million towards its own space programmes by the end of this year if it can’t fully participate in the European Union’s orbital efforts, according to UK science and research minister George Freeman.

Ongoing issues related to Brexit negotiations could see the UK shut out of Copernicus, the EU’s Earth-observing satellite programme, as well as other EU science programmes, such as Horizon Europe and Euratom.

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