Launch Of Next Jupiter Mission Targeted For August
Lockheed Martin shipped NASA's Juno spacecraft to Kennedy Space
Center, FL. on April 8. The vehicle will undergo four months of
testing and processing in preparation for its launch on a United
Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 vehicle in early August.
Contract Worth $85 Million Awarded By Embraer Defense And
The Brazilian subsidiary of Elbit Systems ... AEL Sistemas ...
announced Monday that it has been awarded a follow-on contract from
a Embraer Defense and Security for the upgrade of eleven F-5
The Future Of 'Motion Lotion' Remains An
Important Concern (Part 2)
There are few more contentious issues facing GA right now as the
question about what will eventually replace 100LL. There are few
folks working hard to address the issue, but they all report that
they're facing serious hurdles in not only perfecting their product
but wading through the bureaucratic processes necessary to make
their fuel a reality. ANN had the chance to spend some quality time
with a number of the folks behind the Swift Fuel program, one of he
more prominent players in the race to replace 100LL -- and the
conversations were intriguing -- and educational.
The FAA today announced Tuesday that Barbados does not comply
with international safety standards set by the International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAO), based on an assessment of Barbados'
civil aviation authority.
Company Says It Recorded The Best Performance In Its
2010 proved to be another year of new records for Pilatus
Aircraft Ltd, with the company generating its highest ever sales
revenue and operating income. Pilatus also delivered its 1000th
The high-profile presence of Eurocopter at this week’s
LAAD Defense & Security 2011 exhibition in Rio de Janeiro is
focused on the growing importance of its Helibras affiliate and the
Latin American marketplace.
"In the end, these choices provide the greatest number
of people with the best opportunity to share in the history and
accomplishments of NASA's remarkable Space Shuttle Program."
Source: NASA Administrator Charles Bolden.