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Lt. Gen. Henry "Trey" Obering's July 30 Commentary , "Missile Defense Hits Mark " [page 19], is misleading in several respects.
PARIS �-- Canada's decision to launch a satellite to survey objects in orbit over North America extends a U.S.-Canadian collaboration beyond air defenses to a new domain that includes...
PARIS -- The second German SAR-Lupe high-resolution military radar reconnaissance was launched successfully July 2 and has begun sending signals to ground controllers, the satellite's prime...
PARIS -- The heads of the world's top-four fixed satellite service operators - Intelsat, SES, Eutelsat and Telesat Canada - and the biggest mobile satellite services provider, Inmarsat, discussed a...
P ARIS - Twenty-seven geostationary-orbiting commercial telecommunications satellites were ordered in 2006, a total that bested all but the most optimistic forecasts and far surpassed the 19-...
PARIS -- International regulators have approved deadline extensions for �a group of Latin American countries, including Uruguay and Venezuela, who are planning to build and launch...
PARIS -- Demand for satellites with ever-greater power appears to be picking up again as commercial satellite operators become comfortable with new technologies and satellite manufacturers prepare...
PARIS -- Mexican satellite-fleet operator Satmex, which is being sold by its owners in an auction to be completed this summer, has received non-binding inquiries from "most of the big U.S. and...
PARIS -- Having failed to auction itself off at acceptable prices, Satellite-fleet operator Satmex now will turn to its existing shareholders for cash - and to the Mexican...
WASHINGTON - The two leading U.S. direct-to-home satellite television providers each unveiled different strategies to exploit the exploding market for mobile video and television services.

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