A view of Jupiter's moon Europa created from images taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft in the late 1990's, according to NASA, obtained by Reuters May 14, 2018. NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute/ Handout via REUTERS
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Britain is set to demand that the European Union repay up to 1 billion pounds ($1.34 billion) if the bloc continues to force British companies out of the Galileo satellite navigation system, a government official said.The EU has said Britain will be able to continue to use Galileo's open signal, but that Britain's military could be denied access to the encrypted version when the satellite becomes operational.In response, Britain is looking at preventing the transfer of technology and expertise relating to Galileo from Britain to the EU.
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