Europe's space 'beauty pageant'


More than 300 of Europe's leading space scientists have gathered in Paris to discuss how to spend more than a billion euros on a future mission.

One proposal being considered is a trio of satellites called LISA to detect gravitational waves.

Professor Bernie Schutz, from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam, explains why he is supporting the concept.

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