ESA seeks more use of the logo, mission updates on goods

The European Space Agency (ESA) wants to see its logo on your next t-shirt, cap or collectible.

The intergovernmental organization, which consists of 22 member states, has now made it easier for individuals and companies that produce goods to obtain permission to use the ESA mark (opens in a new tab). The new process, which essentially involves agreeing to some terms and submitting an online form, marks the first time ESA has allowed brands to be produced without the manufacturer first having to sign a cooperative agreement with the agency.

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