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August 3, 1998

HEADLINE NEWS

Slipup Spoils Coverage Of Iranian Missile Test

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Subcontinent Poised For Nuke Deployment

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Senators Scold Hughes, Ponder China Options

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Slipup Spoils Coverage Of Iranian Missile Test

Failure to shift Cobra Ball intelligence aircraft leads to loss of crucial data on Tehran's new weapon

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Subcontinent Poised For Nuke Deployment

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Senators Scold Hughes, Ponder China Options

WASHINGTON The former top executive at Hughes Electronics Corp. came under fire in the U.S. Senate last week for exerting pressure on the Clinton Administration to lift technology sanctions on China that were affecting the company’s satellite business.

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NASDA Completes H-2A Design, Begins Assembly

TOKYO SAN FRANCISCO Japan’s National Space Development Agency and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries have completed the detailed design of the first H-2A improved launch vehicle and begun assembly of the first vehicle. The redesign effort is aimed at transforming the H-2, Japan’s Ariane 4-class main launch vehicle, into a family of vehicles to improve payload performance and drastically cut program and operational costs.

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Boeing Commits Funds To Delta 4 Pad Facility

Cape Canaveral Boeing will pour $250 million into development of a 130acre launch pad facility at Cape Canaveral for its Delta 4 evolved expendable launch vehicle (EELV) set for first launch in 2001. The facility at Launch Complex 37 was originally used 30 years ago for Saturn 1 vehicles.
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Radar Finds Soho In Moderate Spin

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Production Delays Prompt Gulfstream Acquisition

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Galileo Loses Data

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Motorola Says Iridium OK

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AIR TRANSPORT

FAA To Beef Up Engine Inspections

Proposed rules would mandate inspections of fans, hubs during shop visits for thousands of powerplants

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