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Lunar-Based vs. Lunar-Orbit Telescopes Discussed at Astrophysics Meeting
BOULDER, Colo. -- After several failed attempts to contact the apparently crippled Mars Global Surveyors (MGS) spacecraft, NASA officials were slowly realizing the 10-year mission is likely over. "We...
BRUSSELS -- Eastern European nations joining the European Union (EU) and the European Space Agency (ESA) voiced concerns about the difficulties in participating in ESA programs and whether a European...
WASHINGTON -- Northrop Grumman Space Technology is investing in what it says is a cheaper way to image Earth-size planets orbiting neighboring stars.
T he X Prize Cup in October was quite a show . I don't believe I've ever seen such an extensive variety of rockets being displayed, demonstrated or launched, all in one location. There was a rocket-...
BOSTON -- Two aerospace firms have submitted bids for a new military satellite terminal contract that could be worth more than $1 billion, according to industry officials involved with the program.
Aerospace sales for Los Angeles-based Northrop Grumman were down 6 percent during the third quarter of 2006, coming in at $2.10 billion compared to $2.24 billion during the third quarter of 2005.
BOSTON -- Officials overseeing development of a key but problematic sensor for the next generation of U.S. government polar-orbiting weather satellites believe they are close to resolving a new...
WASHINGTON -- A flight-demonstration sensor for the next-generation of U.S. polar-orbiting weather satellites sustained damage during testing Oct. 11, but program officials said the precursor mission...

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