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October 15, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Sobering Setback

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High Hurdle

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Secret Steps

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Sobering Setback

Boeing insists 787 program is fundamentally sound, but it posts six-month delay for first flight and deliveries

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High Hurdle

Next shuttle mission will be most complex yet, preparing ISS for European, Japanese units

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Secret Steps

U.S. government mobilizes to deal with Asat problem

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Hard Bargaining

Difficult disposition of Airbus factories poses more obstacles to Power8 progress

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Tough Tradeoffs

Europe mulls upgrades to Ariane 5, Vega to keep up with evolving market trends

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Winging It

European F-l6s will need more structural work to keep going until successors arrive

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Trade Wind

Dialogue begins in U.K. to try to cut Eurofighter Typhoon deal

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Record Books

Makers of aircraft and engines set to chalk up new order highs

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Italy Alarmed at Post-iss Prospects

TURIN, ITALY Italian space industry leaders warn they may not be able to sustain vital know-how if the European Space Agency fails to OK new initiatives to replace space transportation and infrastructure programs now coming to an end. The warning, like one made earlier by French and German executives, is particularly acute at Thales Alenia Space (TAS) Infrastructure and Transport Div.

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So Far, So Good

WASHINGTON U.S. Air Force officials say recent tests on fixes to the service’s troubled stealthy cruise missile have met their objectives, after a series of problems earlier this year. In advance of flight testing, which is slated to start early next year, the Air Force has conducted captive-carriage missions of the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (Jassm).

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