May 26, 1986

Editorial

China’s Technology Leap

PRESIDENTIAL SPACE STUDY

Space Goals for 21st Century Depicted in Report to White House

Space Technology

House Panel Considers Canceling Shuttle/Centaur Due to Safety Concerns

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Editorial

China’s Technology Leap

China represents a potential market of enormous proportions for a wide range of Western enterprises, especially those in the aerospace sector, but companies that want to deal in China over the long-term will have to do so through cooperative programs that transfer advanced technology to Chinese partner companies.

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PRESIDENTIAL SPACE STUDY

Space Goals for 21st Century Depicted in Report to White House

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Space Technology

House Panel Considers Canceling Shuttle/Centaur Due to Safety Concerns

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Orbiter Columbia’s Arrival at Vandenberg Delayed by Shuttle Main Engine Duct Tests

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Accident Files

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Space Technology

Soviets Launch New Version of Soyuz Transport Vehicle and Three Satellites

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Delta Probe

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CHINESE AEROSPACE ADVANCES

China’s Aviation Minister Mo Welcomes Western Collaboration

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CHINESE AEROSPACE ADVANCES

China Coverage

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CHINESE AEROSPACE ADVANCES

PRC Evaluating Possible Participation In Space Station

Beijing—The People’s Republic of China is interested in joining the U. S./international space station program in order to gain advanced technology to carry its space effort into the 21st century. China’s Ministry of Astronautics has formed a six-member team to evaluate what type of space station participation the country could undertake in connection with the U. S., Europe, Japan and Canada and how that participation could help China achieve space program and national technology objectives.
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