The UK plans to tackle a $ 119 million satellite system to compete with EU Galileo

The rocket mounted on the four Galileo satellites will take off from the launch pad of the European Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana in July. The UK is considering an alternative plan for the EU program.

The UK government invested 92 million pounds ($ 119 million) in "independent satellite system" as an alternative to the European Union (EU) Galileo (Galileo).

This is part of an 18-month feasibility study to review the design and development of British security programs because it can not access Galileo equally after Brexit. support.

The government hopes to continue to engage in the Galileo program, but is in an equitable position so that it can expect information on military functions such as missile guidance.

"The UK is a global leader in the space industry and satellite and we are investing in Galileo's alternative to utilize the UK's space sector to meet future security needs," Secretary of State Greg Clarke said .

"Our position on Galileo is consistently clear and we have specialized expertise we bring to the project and the risk of delays and increased costs that the European Commission gains by excluding 39 industries in the UK I have repeatedly emphasized.

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