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Russia Wants Answers From NASA About Alcohol Smell on ISS After Dragon Docking
• Russia Wants Answers From NASA About Alcohol Smell on ISS After Dragon Docking
— Last month, outside observers marked concerns with SpaceX's Dragon 2 programme after one of the....>>
 
USAF test launches 2nd ICBM this month
• USAF test launches 2nd ICBM this month
— The U.S. Air Force has launched an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile from California i....>>
 
USAF Welcomes Fifth Lockheed Martin-Built AEHF Satellite To Cape Canaveral For June Launch
• USAF Welcomes Fifth Lockheed Martin-Built AEHF Satellite To Cape Canaveral For June Launch
— AEHF-5 Satellite Increases Resiliency of Global Protected Communications Constellation....>>
 
Airbus and Ursa to continue partnership on use of radar satellite data
• Airbus and Ursa to continue partnership on use of radar satellite data
— Airbus Defence and Space will continue to provide access to its radar satellite data to Ursa Sp....>>
 
NASA posts photo of crashed ‘flying saucer from outer space’

• NASA posts photo of crashed ‘flying saucer from outer space’

 
 
Raytheon to supply Romania with missile defense systems • Raytheon to supply Romania with missile defense systems  
 
International Space Station’s orbit to be raised by 600 meters
• International Space Station’s orbit to be raised by 600 meters
— According to preliminary calculated data, the maneuver will increase the medium height of the I....>>
 
Admiral Vladimirsky oceanographic vessel reaches Indian Ocean
• Admiral Vladimirsky oceanographic vessel reaches Indian Ocean
— The voyage is part of the second UNESCO-supported international expedition to the Indian Ocean.....>>
 
Are Aliens Plentiful, But We're Just Missing Them?
• Are Aliens Plentiful, But We're Just Missing Them?
— A little over 80 years ago, humanity first began broadcasting radio and television signals with....>>
 
NASA's TESS Telescope Should Spot Many 'Star Wars'-Like 'Tatooines'
• NASA's TESS Telescope Should Spot Many 'Star Wars'-Like 'Tatooines'
— NASA’s next extrasolar planet-hunting mission should detect dozens of circumbinary, Tatooine-li....>>
 
  XAIRFORCES NEWS ARCHIVES: News & Headlines
Boeing Invests in Commercial UAS Services Provider Robotic Skies (4.6.2019)
Russia Wants Answers From NASA About Alcohol Smell on ISS After Dragon Docking (16.5.2019)
USAF test launches 2nd ICBM this month (10.5.2019)
USAF Welcomes Fifth Lockheed Martin-Built AEHF Satellite To Cape Canaveral For June Launch (9.5.2019)
Airbus and Ursa to continue partnership on use of radar satellite data (14.11.2018)
NASA posts photo of crashed ‘flying saucer from outer space’ (7.11.2018)
Raytheon to supply Romania with missile defense systems (2.11.2018)
International Space Station’s orbit to be raised by 600 meters (17.1.2018)
Admiral Vladimirsky oceanographic vessel reaches Indian Ocean (16.1.2018)
Are Aliens Plentiful, But We're Just Missing Them? (14.1.2018)
NASA's TESS Telescope Should Spot Many 'Star Wars'-Like 'Tatooines' (13.1.2018)
If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad (12.1.2018)
Pentagon Awards Multimillion Contract to Boost Military Satellite Communication (27.6.2017)
Is NASA on the Verge of Announcing They’ve Found Aliens? (26.6.2017)
US Preps for Limitless War With Proposed New ‘Space Corps’ (25.6.2017)
How the US is gearing up as fear of a space war mounts (21.4.2017)
Airbus: Successfully launched Sentinel-2B to complete Europe´s colour vision mission of Earth (8.3.2017)
Fourth AEHF Protected Communications Satellite Begins Integration Months Ahead of Schedule (8.4.2014)
Russia Set to Launch 4 GLONASS Satellites This Year (8.6.2013)
Russia Tests ‘Missile Defense Killer’ (7.6.2013)
 
Soyuz Takes Russian Military Satellite to Orbit (7.6.2013)
Russia Plans to Launch 16 ICBMs This Year (31.5.2013)
Northrop Grumman, NASA Renew Earth Science Partnership (30.5.2013)
US Air Force's X-37B 'Secret Space Plane' Has Spent Five Months In Orbit (But No One Knows Why) (29.5.2013)
Air Force Telecoms Satellite Launches in United States (25.5.2013)
Ecuadorian satellite escapes collision with Russian rocket (24.5.2013)
Russian Minister Urges Completion of 2 New Radars (24.5.2013)
Mars bombarded by over 200 space rocks per year: NASA (16.5.2013)
US Air Force Disciplines 17 Nuclear Missile Officers – Report (8.5.2013)
Orion Parachute System Tested (3.5.2013)
US Experimental Military Aircraft Hits Hypersonic Speed (3.5.2013)
USAF X-51A Waverider Achieves Hypersonic Goal On Final Flight (2.5.2013)
Astrium is set to deliver Vietnam’s first Earth observation satellite (29.4.2013)
L. M. PAC-3 Missile Intercepts and Destroys Tactical Ballistic Missile in New Test (12.4.2013)
U.S. Army OKs Patriot recertification (1.4.2013)
Lockheed Martin-Built Infrared Surveillance Satellite Launched Successfully (19.3.2013)
Boeing Ships 5th WGS Satellite to Cape Canaveral for 2013 Launch (12.3.2013)
Boeing Phantom Eye Completes 2nd Flight (27.2.2013)
Boeing, IAI Arrow 3 Interceptor Successfully Completes 1st Flight Test (25.2.2013)
Success of the 1,800th Launch of Soyuz (11.2.2013)
 
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• Are Aliens Plentiful, But We're Just Missing Them?

(14.1.2018)
A little over 80 years ago, humanity first began broadcasting radio and television signals with enough power that they should leave Earth's atmosphere and progress deep into inters...>>

• NASA's TESS Telescope Should Spot Many 'Star Wars'-Like 'Tatooines'

(13.1.2018)
NASA’s next extrasolar planet-hunting mission should detect dozens of circumbinary, Tatooine-like systems, in which a real-life planet circles two stars instead of one, say astrono...>>

• If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad

(12.1.2018)
Here’s an interplanetary botany discovery that took college students and not NASA scientists to find: Hops — the flowers used to add a pleasant bitterness to beer — grow well in Ma...>>

• Pentagon Awards Multimillion Contract to Boost Military Satellite Communication

(27.6.2017)
The US Department of Defense said that the United States has awarded LinQuest Corporation a more than $32-million contract for systems engineering and integration support services ...>>

• Is NASA on the Verge of Announcing They’ve Found Aliens?

(26.6.2017)
A video posted online by an entity claiming affiliation with the amorphous hacktivist collective Anonymous claims the US’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration is on the ve...>>

• US Preps for Limitless War With Proposed New ‘Space Corps’

(25.6.2017)
Lawmakers in Washington are seeking to create a brand-new military branch – the first since the establishment of the US Air Force in 1947 – to make sure the country can wage war in...>>

• How the US is gearing up as fear of a space war mounts

(21.4.2017)
Air Force creates a new position for a three-star general that will serve as a space czar advising the Air Force secretary and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
...>>


• Airbus: Successfully launched Sentinel-2B to complete Europe´s colour vision mission of Earth

(8.3.2017)
Multispectral instruments provide full picture of our planet´s land masses in unique image quality. Laser-based data transmission via new SpaceDataHighway...>>

• Fourth AEHF Protected Communications Satellite Begins Integration Months Ahead of Schedule

(8.4.2014)
The fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite produced by Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] is taking shape after early deliveries of its payload and propulsion core. AEH...>>

 



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