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A ULA Atlas 5 carrying NROL-79, a mission for the National Reconnaissance Office, lifts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, March 1, 2017. Credit: ULA
Former Senator Dan Coats, nominated to be the Director of National Intelligence, testifies before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Credit: CSPAN
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket takes off July 28 from Launch Complex 41 at KSC Credit: screen capture of ULA launch coverage
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Artist's rendering of a Defense Meteorological Satellite Program satellite. The National Reconnaissance Office developed the program in the 1960's and handed it off to the Air Force. Now the House has passed a bill that will send authority for acquiring weather satellites back to the NRO. Credit: Lockheed-Martin
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Alabama), above, said after a three-hour hearing he would prefer the Air Force re-engine the Atlas 5 rocket. Credit: C-SPAN.
Betty Sapp, the director of the National Reconnaissance Office, said her agency had purchased launches from rocket maker SpaceX. Credit: David Aleman
An Atlas 5 rocket from United Launch Alliance lifts off July 28 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Credit: ULA
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Robert Cardillo, the director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, speaks at the GEOINT 2016 conference in Orlando. The NGA announced a new collaboration to help buy and analyze commercial satellite imagery. Credit: USGIF.
A Delta 4 Heavy rocket carrying a payload for the National Reconnaissance Office lifts off June 11 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Credit: Josh Dinner/SpaceNews
A ULA Delta 4 Heavy launch of a satellite for the NRO was delayed after poor weather conditions Thursday. Credit: NASA
Betty Sapp, the director of the National Reconnaissance Office, said her agency had purchased launches from rocket maker SpaceX. Credit: David Aleman
A SpaceX Falcon 9 launching a Dragon capsule to the ISS in April 2016. Credit: SpaceX
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