The electronic eyes of US spy satellites are trained on a launch
pad in North Korea, as the communist regime defies United Nations
resolutions by positioning a Taepodong-2 missle on a launch pad on
the nation's east coast.
While the government of Poland lobbies the Obama administration
to stay the course with a missile defense
system for eastern Europe, opponents of the plan are
hailing a political victory in the Czech Republic.
Aerojet and the US Air Force recently conducted a static test of
Aerojet's Technology Assessment Motor (TAM) in support of the US
Air Force's Integrated High Payoff Rocket Propulsion Technology
(IHPRPT) Phase II program. The test was conducted at simulated
altitude conditions by the Air Force Research Laboratory at Edwards
Air Force Base, CA.