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HSR-031 Switzerland in Space - A Brief History €10.00
Published : February 2003
Item : 5048
Type : Report (32 pages)
Editor(s) : R.A. Harris
Author(s) : P. Creola
Issue : HSR-031
ISBN : 92-9092-519-16
The history of Switzerland in space has, up to the end of the twentieth century mirrored that of the country´s participation in the emergence, consolidation and expansion of European space cooperation. It has done so more closely than the most of other European Space Agency (ESA) member states, and it has also been intimately related to Swiss membership of international space organisations. Very early on in the discussions about Switzerland´s role in the exploration and exploitation of space it became clear that, for various reasons, Switzerland would not develop its own national space programme, but would instead actively contribute to European and global space initiatives.
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