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Space exploration with robots and humans opens new frontiers and enables access to unknown terrains. It benefits society at large, addresses fundamental questions related to the history existence and future of life, and fosters international partnerships. The knowledge and know-how developed to explore and conquer space can make life on Earth more productive, clean and sustainable. It brings back the benefits of space exploration to society.

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17 October 2019
Economic impact of ESA’s Human and Robotic Space Exploration programme
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Economic impact of ESA’s Human and Robotic Space Exploration programme
17 October 2019
30 September 2019
Astronaut photography benefiting the planet
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Astronaut photography benefiting the planet
30 September 2019
22 July 2019
Experimenting with Foam in Space to Improve Products on Earth
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Experimenting with Foam in Space to Improve Products on Earth
22 July 2019
28 June 2019
How food for astronauts fights ‘bad’ cholesterol
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How food for astronauts fights ‘bad’ cholesterol
28 June 2019
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Latest Documents

20 April 2019
Counting the Many Ways the Space Station Benefits Humankind: Benefits for Humanity (3th edition)
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Counting the Many Ways the Space Station Benefits Humankind: Benefits for Humanity (3th edition)
20 April 2019
02 February 2018
ISECG Publishes Update to the Global Exploration Roadmap – GER 2018
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ISECG Publishes Update to the Global Exploration Roadmap – GER 2018
02 February 2018
01 October 2016
Socio-economic impact of the ISS programme at European level
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Socio-economic impact of the ISS programme at European level
01 October 2016
10 June 2015
International Space Station: Benefits for Humanity (2nd Edition)
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International Space Station: Benefits for Humanity (2nd Edition)
10 June 2015
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