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September 18, 1989

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Nasa Accelerates Lunar Base Planning as Station Changes Draw European Fire

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Raytheon Team Selected to Develop Ground-launched Tacit Rainbow

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Senate Defense Panel Defers Nasp Funding, Clouding Program’s Future

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Nasa Accelerates Lunar Base Planning as Station Changes Draw European Fire

WASHINGTON The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has mobilized several hundred personnel to develop an initial Moon base plan to fulfill President Bush’s call for development of a U.S. manned lunar outpost as a stepping-stone to Mars.

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Raytheon Team Selected to Develop Ground-launched Tacit Rainbow

WASHINGTON The team of Raytheon, McDonnell Douglas and E-Systems has been selected to develop a ground-launched version of the Tacit Rainbow antiradar weapon for the U. S. Army. The Raytheon-led team also was picked to qualify as a second-source producer of the AGM-136A air-launched version of the weapon now produced by Northrop.

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Senate Defense Panel Defers Nasp Funding, Clouding Program’s Future

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U.s. Drops Out of Modular Stand-off Weapon Program

WASHINGTON The U.S. has decided to drop out of the modular stand-off weapon program and the United Kingdom is poised to follow suit, leaving the viability of the multinational project in doubt. Senior Defense Dept, officials have approved the U.S. Air Force’s recommendation to withdraw from the program.
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Nasa Seeks Cause of Body Flap Deflection in Last Columbia Launch

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Usair 737 Severs Power Lines During Approach to Kansas City

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Gec, Siemens Win Bid to Take Over Plessey

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House Bill Supports Continued Wc-130 Use

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British Aircraft Maker Reports First Profit

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Daimler Accepts German Constraints on Its Buyout of Mbb

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