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BOSTON -- The U.S. Air Force's most senior space official believes the service should play a lead role in the development of new small satellites intended to be launched on short notice and...
BOSTON -- The Pentagon should consider better integrating its classified and unclassified space efforts by again having a single official in charge of both categories , according to two...
paris -- Delegates to the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) in Geneva, which begins Oct. 22, will spend hours pouring over technical data assessing whether terrestrial broadband wireless...
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo.-- The Pentagon is conducting some early reviews of the potential for using space platforms that can transmit solar energy back to Earth for power generation. The idea is to...
washington -- By the early 1980s, the strategic and tactical importance of space to military leaders was crystallizing. The vision Air Force Gen. Henry H. "Hap" Arnold had in the late 1940s -...
BOSTON -- T he U.S. Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratory is exploring the feasibility of building and launching a missile warning satellite relatively quickly to plug any gaps in...
BOSTON -- The U.S. Air Force intends to award a contract this August for a missile-warning demonstration satellite that would be launched to geosynchronous orbit in 2010, according to service...
WASHINGTON -- Alcatel Alenia Space increased its revenue by about 10 percent in 2006, to 1.65 billion euros ($2.16 billion), and on the strength of current and expected backlog expects to post 10...
PARIS -- Two industrial teams are bidding to join the European and French space agencies in building and launching the first AlphaSat satellite, which is intended to test a new-generation...
TEL AVIV, Israel -- In an unusual three-way deal, the Israeli government, Tel Aviv-based Spacecom Ltd. and state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI) have agreed to develop a new-...

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