April 19, 2010

SPACE POLICY

Let Me Explain

SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Reusable Boost

SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Pollux Flies at Last

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SPACE POLICY

Let Me Explain

Obama’s plan still faces high hurdles after tough Florida visit

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Reusable Boost

Flight demonstrators are first stage in replacing USAF's expendable launchers

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Pollux Flies at Last

GENOA and PARIS After a string of delays stretching back to 2008, Italy’s reusable launch vehicle research program is finally back on track. The Unmanned Space Vehicle (USV) program, part of a wider European effort to prepare future launch vehicle technologies, is intended to investigate hypersonic reentry and transatmospheric flight.

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Opening Remarks

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Up and Back

U.S. Air Force partially lifts veil on secretive Orbital Test Vehicle demonstrator plans

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Seven Up

ESA paves way for another ATV buy, prepares second cargo tug for launch to ISS

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DEFENSE

Missile Warning Alert

Stratcom chief ups the pressure to find backup plan for Sbirs missile warning system

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DEFENSE

Cyberwar Confusion

Capitol Hill, Pentagon trying to understand the rules of digital combat

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DEFENSE

Operational Lament

First CV-22 operational loss occurs in Afghanistan during night-time combat ops

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DEFENSE

Rapid Riptide

Embryonic, fast-reaction weapon concept could depend on outcome of upcoming X-51A test

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