2015 – French Government Space Budget – Snapshot

In 2015, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), France’s space agency, had a budget of €2.126 billion (US$2.371 billion). This was a 1.3% decrease from its 2014 budget of €2.153 billion (US$2.947 billion). On a per capita basis, France is second only to the United States in space spending. About...

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