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April 04, 2009

Northrop Grumman Pays $325 Million To Settle Whistleblower Case

Scientist Exposed Faulty Military Satellite Parts

A company's efforts to stop a scientist from revealing his research findings about faulty electronic components the company sold to the government for military and intelligence-gathering satellites were the basis for a whistleblower lawsuit that Northrop Grumman Corp. settled this week, for a record sum of $325 million.

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Ball Aerospace Wins Ares Flight Computer Contract

Now Provides Star Trackers For Shuttle Program

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has been selected by The Boeing Company as the contractor for the Ares I Instrument Unit Assembly (IUA) Flight Computer (FC) and Command Telemetry Computer (CTC).

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Raytheon Introduces Rapidly Deployable Space Payload Design

Responder Allows Quick Military Switchouts

Raytheon Company unveiled this week the Responder, an innovative payload design concept featuring a suite of interchangeable mission-specific sensors that could be deployed rapidly to meet immediate customer needs.

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