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Inside the April issue:

1. Getting a Jump on Traffic
Jeff Foust on the urgency of government-industry partnerships in providing space traffic management.

2. Under Attack
Russian invasion exposes cybersecurity threat facing commercial satellites.

3. Picking Up Soyuz slack
Arianespace and SpaceX are working to adjust their manifests to accommodate payloads stranded by the sudden exit of Russia’s Soyuz from the launch market.

4. Late Comers
United Launch Alliance says Vulcan Centaur is on track for a first launch this year as Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket slips into 2023

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