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These officials said their 40-strong engineering team preparing the IXV for a mid-November launch aboard a European Vega had worked nights and weekends to make the November date.
The motion for a preliminary injunction Orbital filed Oct. 28 is the latest turn in a lawsuit centered around the Transporter Erector Launcher.
Under the CJS spending bill approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee in June but derailed by election-year politics that had nothing to do with space, NASA would get $17.9 billion for 2015,...
NASA will act as a host for the Air Force’s classified X-37B program, which will lease two of the space shuttle’s mothballed processing hangars.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that Walter Natynczyk would become the government’s new deputy minister for Veterans Affairs. The move is effective Nov. 3.
The Antares launch site on Wallops Island suffered some damage from the Oct. 28 Antares launch failure, but escaped major damage.
The U.S. Air Force successfully launched another Boeing-built positioning, navigation and timing satellite Oct. 29, just days after saying first of its next-generation GPS satellites, developed by...
Engility Corp. will acquire systems engineering company TASC in a $1.1 billion all-stock deal.
Orbital officials sought to reassure investors that the Oct. 28 failure of the company’s Antares rocket just 15 seconds after ignition will have minimal impact on Orbital’s financial performance and...
NanoRacks decided last month to wait for Orbital’s fourth paid cargo run to send the External Research Platform to the ISS.