August 15, 2005

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Back to Earth

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Unmanned Unknowns

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dance of the Testbeds

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Back to Earth

As the shuttle program savors a return to flight, tank engineers labor to speed a repeat

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Unmanned Unknowns

Technological progress promises leaps in warfighting capabilities of unmanned aircraft, but shrinking manpower will create obstacles

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Dance of the Testbeds

Three-satellite constellation will check NASA’s micro-sat technology and ground operations

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Vision Takes Form

New science and technology thrust focuses on the ‘human factor’

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Thai Beam

Giant broadband satellite to serve Asia-Pacific goes into orbit as Ariane 5 returns to service

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Discovery ‘Clean’

Damage seen on ground is similar to that photographed in orbit

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Helping Hand

Ten new EU members to get crash course on bolstering their aerospace sectors

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Moving Ahead

SES to self-insure satellites, acquire rights to New Skies slot over North America

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Market Embraces Worldspace IPO

PARIS WorldSpace and its new shareholder, XM Satellite Radio, can breathe easier following positive market reaction to their plan to accelerate the rollout and development of digital audio services, despite worries about possible terrorist links to key investors.

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After Comanche

Helicopter makers preparing bids for U.S. Army utility aircraft effort

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