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The commission said it had created its own internal task force to monitor the investigation into what went wrong with the launch.
The New York-based satellite ground communications equipment manufacturer has been refocusing its business away from the U.S. government since its 2010 loss of a big U.S. Army communications contract.
Gilat Satellite Networks said its business, both military and civil/commercial, is on the upswing and should improve markedly by late this year.
The early morning test of the Advanced Hypersonic Weapon was terminated for safety reasons.
The board, which will coordinate its activities with the Russian space agency, Roscosmos, is scheduled to begin its work Aug. 28 and to report initial findings by Sept. 8.
China claims the test was of a land-based missile interceptor.
The three companies bidding to succeed the retired space shuttle as NASA’s means of sending astronauts to and from ISS have different fallback plans.
Orbital Sciences Corp. awaits U.S. government approval to launch payloads to sun-synchronous orbit from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility.
Tullahoma, Tennessee-based Jacobs Technology won the original Engineering and Science Services and Skills Augmentation contract in 2012.
The next-generation interceptor is a key component of the MDA’s European Phased Adaptive Approach for defending NATO allies.