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WASHINGTON �-- NASA's 10 regional field centers learned Oct. 30 the roles they will play in developing the Ares 5 heavy-lift rocket, lunar lander �and other hardware the United States...
In a previous Commentary article entitled "Today's Youth Key to Sustaining Human Space Exploration for the Long Term " [Jan. 8, page 19], we reported on the results of a workshop organized by the...
We are writing to express our support for the recent efforts by the new NASA associate administrator for science, Alan Stern, to make experience a criterion for leadership in NASA science missions...
WASHINGTON -- The White House released a plan Aug. 14 that recommends putting the U.S. Department of Interior in charge of future satellite programs for collecting moderate-resolution land...
WASHINGTON -- Next summer NASA will become only the second federal agency to be featured at the Smithsonian Institution's Folklife Festival in the 41-year history.
PARIS - Euroconsult's forecast for the satellite and launch business between now and 2016 assumes the merger of the two principal U.S. satellite-television broadcasters and the two satellite-radio...
W ith the recent accomplishments of the U.S. missile defense system the nay sayers have again come out of the woodwork to criticize and try to diminish the success of the intercept.
People who really know the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) - you can tell them from their gaunt look and thousand-yard stare - will tell you that every World Radiocommunication...
In September, I flew to Europe for discussions with Czech Republic and Polish officials regarding the U.S. proposal to deploy components of a vital missile defense site in their respective...

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