ESA has formal signing ceremony for construction of JUICE spacecraft

by | Dec 15, 2015 | ESA, exploration, Science | 0 comments


While already announced in July, the formal signing ceremony for the construction of European Space Agency’s JUICE mission to explore Jupiter and the Jovian moon system was made with Airbus Defence and Space in December 2015.  The contract is valued at €350.8 million (US$389 million).

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