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1.       Aerospace Advisory Group (STAR 21)

3.       "Europe and Space: Turning to a new chapter", COM(2000) 597 27 September 2000 (En/Fr).

4.       European Space Policy 

5.       Strategic Aerospace Review for the 21st Century (July 2002)

6.       Air Transport in the Candidate Countries 1995-2000 - Different features characterise the MED and the PHARE CC's

7.       Towards a Coherent European Approach for Space, Commission working document,(1999)

8.       STAR 21:Strategic Aerospace Review for the 21st Century. European Advisory Group on Aerospace July 2002

10.    "Europe and Space: Turning to a new chapter", COM(2000) 597 27 September 2000

11.    EC - ESA Joint Task Force on European Strategy for Space        Brussels, 2 March 2001

12.    Preparing for the Global Challenges of 2020

13.    2001, a new European space odyssey March 2000

14.    "Towards a European Space Policy"

15.    Europe's Earth observation satellite, Envisat

16.    Tech.options for a Community Strategy for a System of Navigation by Satellite (GNSS)    2000

17.    United Kingdom Space Strategy 1999-2002 - New Frontiers

18.    European Association of Aerospace Industries AECMA

19.    Results of the World Radiocommunications Conference 2000

20.    "The EU has a key role to play in space"  Growth programme Director,  Jack Metthey. 2002

21.    A European policy for space: Romano Prodi November 2001|0|RAPID&lg=EN

22.    1998 State of the Space Industry Report

23.    AECMA Position Papers

24.    Facts & Figures 2000 of the European Aerospace Industry

25.    British National Space Centre

26.    International Space University

27.    European Space Operations Centre (ESOC)

28.    European Space Research Insititute (ESRIN). Frascati near Rome, Italy 

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