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Space News: Poland, China Ink Space & Telecom Cooperation Agreement

deep_spaceSpace agencies from Poland and China have signed an agreement to cooperate on joint research, monitor and develop new telecommunications systems to spur space cooperation between the two nations, Space News reported Monday.

Brian Berger writes the Polish Space Agency and the Chinese National Space Administration’s partnership aims to help facilitate development of smaller businesses in Poland’s space industry.

“The cooperation between the [POLSA] and [CNSA] will be related to three fields: space research, exchange and use of satellite data to develop our scientific knowledge on Earth, including observation and monitoring of climate change and the environment, and the development of space technology, including in the field of telecommunication,” Marek Banaszkiewicz, POLSA president.

The report added POLSA has also signed space cooperation agreements with government counterparts in France, Italy, Ukraine and Brazil.

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