Angola’s new satellite Angosat-1 is communicating normally with ground teams again after losing contact shortly after launch.
A Zenit rocket, flying for the first time in two years, successfully orbited Angola’s debut satellite Angosat-1 on Dec. 26.
Energia announced last September it was selling Sea Launch to the S7 Group, a Russian company whose holdings include an airline.
The company's chief executive said a final agreement to settle a suit should be signed soon.
Boeing and a Russian company it was once partners with on the Sea Launch joint venture are in discussions about a settlement to a long-running legal dispute, a deal that could involve cooperation on future projects.