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BOSTON -- The U.S. government is considering turning to one of its own laboratories to build the initial version of a key sensor needed for the next generation of polar-orbiting weather satellites,...
BOSTON -- The Pentagon had two choices for meeting the growing demand for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data, according to Air Force Maj. Gen. Mark Welsh. One approach would...
BOSTON -- North Korea's July 4 missile tests might have helped pave the way for further cooperation on missile defense between the United States and its allies around the world, according to Air...
WASHINGTON -- Republican and Democratic congressional aides told attendees of a space exploration seminar here Nov. 2 that they do not expect NASA's support in the U.S Congress to change dramatically...
WASHINGTON -- A s Democrats take charge of the U.S. Congress for the first time in more than a decade, NASA and its reinvigorated space exploration agenda will face new challenges.
WASHINGTON -- NASA likely will be denied a budget increase for next year under a Democratic plan to make short work of all unfinished spending bills for 2007 when the new Congress convenes in January.
PARIS -- The failure of Boeing's Connexion in-flight Internet service has been blamed on multiple causes:
PARIS -- Panasonic Avionics Corp. will decide by mid-December whether to continue a satellite-delivered Internet service to commercial airline passengers, a decision that will depend on whether the...
Deal Gives Company More Than 50 Percent Share of European Market
MOSCOW -- A career as a cosmonaut -- once the dream job of a lifetime for millions in this country -- is increasingly less attractive because it is no longer the ticket to international fame or a...

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