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PARIS -- Orbcomm Inc. expects its next satellite, which will be specially equipped for U.S. Coast Guard use, to be launched in the first half of 2007. The company also plans to launch six other...
WASHINGTON -- After studying some 25 years worth of data collected by balloons, ground-based instruments and satellites, a group of scientists has determined that ozone within a key layer of the...
The Arianespace launch consortium will decide by the end of the year whether to invest in increasing its Ariane 5 ECA rocket-production rate to eight rockets per year from the current six.
WASHINGTON -- Scientists will use satellites, ground measurements and other remote sensing technologies to help herders in Afghanistan keep better tabs on threats to their livelihood.
WASHINGTON -- The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy quietly released a new national space policy late Oct. 6 that was approved by U.S. President George Bush August 31.
BOSTON -- The U.S. government is opposed to entering into arms control discussions related to weapons in space, and does not believe any such discussions are warranted, according to a U.S....
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The office of U.S. Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte is close to completing the first phase of a two-year review of all U.S. intelligence-collection capabilities. The...
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