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In his op-ed, Michael Listner failed to mention the most important and influential advocate of the code: the United States military.
As the point man for space acquisition, Maj. Gen. McMurry is trying to balance saving money and moving toward a new, more-dispersed satellite constellation architecture. 
NASA’s Osiris-Rex asteroid sample-return mission passed its critical design review.
All four of Webb’s primary instruments have been mounted to the observatory’s integrated science instrument module.
The unmanned Progress 55 spacecraft docked with the space station at 5:14 p.m. EDT.
Virgin Galactic is sticking with a hybrid-engine for its SpaceShipTwo suborbital tourism vehicle.
Ball Aerospace has completed a series of environmental tests of the WorldView-3.
NASA and Lockheed Martin Space Systems have finished testing the avionics system on the first flight version of the agency’s Orion crew capsule.
The U.S. commerce secretary says current weather satellite development programs are on track but nonetheless she continues to worry about a future gap in coverage.
The contract is valued at 7 million euros for one year and 19 million euros if it is extended to four years.


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