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January 28, 2008

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

BAD VIBES

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Collective Responsibility

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Clean Slate

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BAD VIBES

Solid-motor phenomenon in Ares I first stage may pose crew hazard

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Collective Responsibility

Eurocopter plans to double size, boost profitability through acquisitions and by moving more work abroad

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Clean Slate

ESA combines science and exploration activities in major program realignment

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Going It Alone

Seoul considers unmanned medium-altitude surveillance aircraft

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Future Guidance

A-Darter is a keystone of South Africa's continuing presence in the missile sector

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Scanning the Horizon

Norway readies strategie defense review as Swedes and Finns grapple with budget cuts

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Bottom Line

Additional change is in the cards for Denel as the manufacturer aims for profitability

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Encore

European-Japanese probe will seek to unlock remaining mysteries of innermost planet

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Blending Boldly

X-48B test resumption marks approach to faster slat-less flights

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They Didn’t See It

WASHINGTON NASA’S astronauts will publish their new code of conduct soon, but an anonymous survey of most of them and the flight surgeons who oversee their health suggests they don't believe preflight drinking is a problem. Following up the work of an outside panel of flight surgeons who reported hearing accounts of “heavy use of alcohol in the immediate preflight period, which has led to safety concerns” (AW&ST July 30, 2007, p. 36), the anonymous survey drew a blank.

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