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Spacecom’s major shareholder has made no secret of its desire to monetize its investment.
Dumbacher is returning to his alma mater Purdue University to take a faculty position.
Orbital Sciences Corp.’s contract with startup Stratolaunch Systems on a rocket to be launched from beneath a large aircraft will produce an enhanced version of Orbital’s Antares rocket.
McMurry’s appointment is one of several new space-related assignments announced by Gen. Mark Welsh, the Air Force’s chief of staff.
The satellite that had to be moved is an Elisa demonstrator satellite.
The NASA Administrator told those ring doubt about whether ARM puts the agency on the road to Mars needs to “get over it."
Airbus called for customer proposals for flight tests of a new-generation high-altitude “pseudo satellite,” or HAPS.
EchoStar’s Hughes division will lease 16 Ka-band beams to offer a Brazilian consumer broadband service starting in 2016.
The satellite’s owner, Madrid-based Hispasat, has not yet informed insurance underwriters of a precise estimate of the capacity loss.
SpaceX and ULA execs take turns grilling one another.


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