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European Space Agency Budget

European Space Agency Budget

ESA operated with a 2015 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), an ##% increase from the 2014 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). The growth was primarily due to larger contributions from third parties—EU and EUMETSAT—mostly for Earth Observation and for Galileo. ESA’s budget is projected to increase to €## billion for 2016.


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Year: 2014
ESA operated with a 2014 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), a ##% decrease from the 2013 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). As in recent years, the largest three ESA funding line items were Earth observation activities at ##%, activities related to the Ariane and Vega launch vehicles at...
Year: 2013
ESA operated with a 2013 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), a ##% increase from the 2012 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). As in the prior three years, the largest three ESA funding line items were Earth observation activities at ##%, navigation activities at ##%, and activities...
Year: 2012
ESA operated with a 2012 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), a ##% increase from the 2011 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). As in the prior two years, the largest three ESA funding line items were Earth observation activities at ##%, navigation activities at ##%, and activities related...
Year: 2011
ESA, representing 19 member states, had a 2011 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), a ##% increase over the 2010 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). As in the previous year, the largest three ESA funding line items are Earth observation activities at ##%, navigation activities at ##%, and...
Year: 2010
ESA, representing 18 member states, had a 2010 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), ##% more than the 2009 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). The largest three ESA funding line items are navigation activities at ##% of the budget, Earth observation activities at ##% of the budget, and...
Year: 2009
With 18 member states, ESA had a 2009 budget of €## billion (US$## billion), approximately ##% more than the 2008 budget of €## billion (US$## billion). The largest ESA funding line items are the Ariane and Vega launch vehicles, at ##% of ESA’s 2009 budget, and Earth observation activities...
Year: 2008
The European Space Agency (ESA), with 18 member states, had a 2008 budget of about €## billion (US$## billion). ESA is projecting a budget of €## billion (US$## billion) for the three years from 2009–2011. One feature of the budget will be a ##% per year growth in the agency’s basic science...
Year: 2007
The largest international civilian space budget is that of ESA. The agency’s 2007 budget was approximately $## billion. This budget is funded by mandatory as well as voluntary contributions by ESA member states, cooperating states and third parties.

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