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February 5, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dueling for Dollars

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Threat Game

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Cnes Is Back

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Dueling for Dollars

U.S. defense aviation community braces for funding raids to pay for ground troops

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Threat Game

USAF calls Northrop Grumman’s bluff, claims KC-X is still open for A330 tanker

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Cnes Is Back

French agency looks to impart new direction to European space program, but it won’t be easy

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Total Loss

SES satellite lost as Zenit 3SL explodes before it can clear pad

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Debt Trade

Putin signs accord giving India credit for space, aircraft orders

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Size Doesn’t Matter

Five high-tech small sats set for liftoff on same booster to tackle big science questions

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Just the Start

Boeing airplane business is poised for the long run, but must execute on 787 and supply-chain challenges

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Crystal Ball Gazing

French elections are unlikely to have immediate impact on defense spending, but some long-term buys may get the ax

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Indian Aerie

As first delivery of Hawks is readied, BAE Systems looks for navy win

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NASA, Germany Resurrect Sofia

PARIS The U.S. and Germany will jointly undertake a long-planned $600-million aerial infrared astronomy mission, following the conclusion of a new Memorandum of Understanding. The MOU, signed at the end of 2006 but only revealed last week by German aerospace center DLR, will allow the two countries to move ahead with the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (Sofia) program, which has been plagued by large schedule and cost overruns.

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