March 15, 2010

SPACE

Longer Marches

SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

End of the Cycle

DEFENSE

Bailing Out

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SPACE

Longer Marches

Modularity rules in China's third new launcher program as it begins parallel research into Moon rocket

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SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

End of the Cycle

Despite continuing boom, satellite makers are digging in for a retrenchment

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DEFENSE

Bailing Out

Northrop's no-bid decision on USAF tanker forces Pentagon, EADS to revise strategies

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SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

MSS Battle Royal Ahead?

As a raft of mobile satellite systems prepare to deploy, operators brace for a shakeout

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SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

Ariane Accelerates

AW&ST: The level of satellite orders and launch activity was fairly sustained last year. Do you expect it to remain strong in 2010-11? LE GALL: We believe the level of satellite orders and launches will remain relatively buoyant in 2010 and 2011, because both satellite operators and manufacturers have full orderbooks.
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SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

Bullish on Broadband

Broadening geographic reach, assist from public sector push satellite Internet into high gear

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DEFENSE

Mobility Money

Sorting A400M legal liabilities, contract details will not be quick

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MARKET FOCE

COMMENTARY

There Capitol was Hill, a brief but show it was of hardly bipartisan uplifting. unity Democrats earlier this and year Reon publicans joined forces in the Senate to shoot down a bill that would have created a task force to draw up options for reducing the federal budget deficit.

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AIR TRANSPORT

Slow Bounce

FAA sees signs of life in passenger demand, but no "snap-back" to earlier growth forecasts

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SPACE BUSINESS

On the Horizon

A bigger Skynet constellation will offer increased bandwidth

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