The Norwegian Space Agency (NOSA) is a government agency under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. The Agency was established in 1987, when Norway became a member of the European Space Agency (ESA).
NOSA is responsible for organizing Norwegian space activities, particularly with respect to ESA and the EU, and for coordinating national space activities.
In 2014, the total budget is NOK 879 million and NOSA currently has 39 employees.
In accordance with governmental guidelines and in co-operation with and to benefit Norwegian industry, research, public-sector bodies and Norwegian interest in general, the objectives of the Norwegian Space Agency are to:
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