During its first Technology Licensing Conference, held at the Paris Air Show in le Bourget, the EADS Intellectual Property (IP) Department announced its new technology transfer and licensing policy . â€œEADS is a leader in the research and development of… Continue reading
On 1 July 2009, at 2.52 p.m. (Kourou time), 6.52 p.m. (UK time), another Ariane 5 developed and built by Astrium was successfully launched from Kourou, French Guiana, with the worldâ€™s largest commercial telecommunications satellite on board, TerreStar-1.
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CHICAGO, July 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) announced today deliveries across its commercial and defense operations for the second quarter of 2009.
Major program deliveries during the second quarter were as follows:
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Grosseto Air Base Eurofighters pass the test of the Atlantic Alliance
The Italian Eurofighters are the first to successfully pass NATOâ€™s operational assessment and they are now
ready to be deployed abroad for peace-keeping and peace-making operations.
This is and… Continue reading
Airbus has launched a study for reinforcing flight data recovery, including, but not limited to, extended data transmission for commercial airliners, so that in the event of accidents, critical flight information can still be recovered and released to the investigating… Continue reading
John Shannon, manager of NASA’s space shuttle program, is proposing a next-generation rocket program that he says might cost only 20% of the estimated $35 billion price of the Constellation program. Shannon and his team say it would cost about… Continue reading