|Non-free media information and use rationale for European Space Agency|
The official logo of the European Space Agency formed in 1975 and made of two elements: the Earth/ Europe disc (symbol) and the ESA mark (name), the concentric lines represent parallels and orbits of satellites, the dot on the left a satellite.
Extracted from a PDF on ESA.eu.
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|Purpose of use||
Illustrates the entire subject of the article.
It's a logo, No free alternative could possibly exist.
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|This is a Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) image of a registered trademark or copyrighted logo. If non-free content restrictions apply, this image should not be rendered any larger than is required for the purposes of identification and/or critical commentary. See Wikipedia:Logos.|
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