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June 10, 1991

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Columbia/spacelab Crew Launched to Gather Unique Zero-g Life Sciences Data

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Dasa, Partners Agree on Key Elements of New Transport

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Tracking Software Error Likely Reason Patriot Battery Failed to Engage Scud

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Columbia/spacelab Crew Launched to Gather Unique Zero-g Life Sciences Data

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER U. S. astronauts on the Columbia/Spacelab Life Sciences (SLS-1) mission launched June 5 are this week to gather the most comprehensive set of human zero-g medical data ever obtained, to provide a foundation for development of future manned long-duration lunar/Mars and space station missions.

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Dasa, Partners Agree on Key Elements of New Transport

MUNICH Deutsche Aerospace and its prospective partners are encouraged by their market analysis of the need for a new transport series, and the German manufacturer expects to win financial backing on purely economic terms. “We’ve made very good progress during the last weeks,” MBB Chairman and President Johann Schaeffler told AVIATION WEEK & SPACE TECHNOLOGY.

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Tracking Software Error Likely Reason Patriot Battery Failed to Engage Scud

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Synthesis Group to Add Asteroids to Moon/mars Exploration Plans

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Shuttle Life Sciences Lab Launched on Third Try Through Cloud Cover

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER NASA launched the first space shuttle Life Sciences Laboratory on its third try June 5, after weather and a variety of technical problems threatened further delays in space shuttle Mission 40. The shuttle lifted off at 9:25 a. m.

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Triangular Recon Aircraft May Be Supporting F-117a

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House Votes to Keep Funding for Space Station in Nasa Budget

WASHINGTON After a day-long debate last week, the U.S. House of Representatives reversed the move to kill NASA’s international space station program. Members voted 240-173 to keep the effort funded at nearly the level the Bush Administration had sought.

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Tr-3a Evolved From Classified Prototypes, Based on Tactical Penetrator Concept

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Four Northrop Officers Sold Stock Before Atf Announcement

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Magnavox Develops Smaller Satellite Terminal with Telephone, Data, Fax Capabilities

WASHINGTON Magnavox has developed the world’s lightest, smallest and least expensive satellite terminal, according to a company official. Magnaphone weighs 47 lb., including the umbrella-style antenna that collapses and detaches to become two small packages for traveling, according to Magnavox/NavCom official Mario C. Fernandez.
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