At A Glance

Open access at the European Space Agency

For more than two decades, ESA (European Space Agency) has been sharing vast amounts of information, imagery and data. Its public has been not only scientists, but also industry, media, and the public at large via digital platforms such as the web and social media.

A new Open Access policy for ESA’s information and data will now facilitate broadest use and reuse of its material. It will be open for the general public, media, the educational sector, partners and anybody else seeking to utilise and build upon it.


This article is a post of the series “At A Glance” which refers directly to the original source.

Mauro Armadi (Rausten)

Founder and Editor-in-chief of “My country? Europe.”.

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