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November 12, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Stayin’ Alive

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Long-term Consequences

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Eagles Grounded

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Stayin’ Alive

ISS crew scrambles to recover time lost in dramatic repair of torn array

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Long-term Consequences

Weak dollar and program problems weigh down EADS, with A400M, Powers fixes the primary concerns

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Eagles Grounded

Move seen, in part, as justification for increasing the U.S. Air Force’s F-22 fleet

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Bracing for Impact

Norway’s defense chief sets stage for restructuring of armed forces

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Hermes Redux?

ESA eyes plan for interim European orbital facility, crew launch system

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Charter Worries

GA operations could be complicated by proposal to screen aircraft entering U.S.

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Hot Metal

Titanium demand for new aircraft balloons; compatibility with composites helps

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Room to Grow

MILAN Dubai Aerospace Enterprise plans to make the first major move to build its manufacturing unit next year, with the initial focus on buying a component-production capability. The company has identified “a handful of opportunities,” says Robert Mionis, CEO of DAE Engineering and Manufacturing.

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Breezing In

Windy landing conditions no problem for STS-120 crew after their trials at ISS

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Exact Chang’e

BEIJING China’s Chang’e-1 lunar probe may survey the Moon for longer than its designed one-year operational life thanks to unexpectedly precise navigation that has saved an estimated 200 kg. (441 lb.) of fuel. Following Chang’e-1’s so-far successful mission, the Chinese space agency plans to let private companies as well as universities and research institutes work on the next lunar project, Chang’e-2.

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