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With its more than 2300 international staff from 22 countries, ESA is Europe’s capstone organization in the field of space research and development. The programmes of the European Space Agency include large projects in space science, telecommunications, navigation, earth observation, launcher development, manned space flight, and micro- gravity. Engineers, IT specialists, physicists, mathematicians, astronomers, and astrophysicists are employed in a variety of areas: Research and development, project support, project management, spacecraft operations and data retrieval and exploitation.
ESA is an equal opportunity employer with a positive gender policy.