Friday, November 16, 2007

ESA Flying High - Really High!

The ESA (European Space Association) is finally entering the outerspace travel program at no inconsiderable costs. While their expected help in the program have been discussed for years, recent reports indicate that the ESA will, in fact, have something to do with further space exploration.

The ESA is expected to be involved in International Space Station effort with their flagship project, the Columbus laboratory. The project has cost them at least 5 billion euros getting this far and is expected to enter the fray within the next four months.

Truly detailed information on these developments can be found online at BBC.

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