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  • 02/08The 2-astronausts SpaceX Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico, the 1st unhabited splashdown in 45 years
  • 01/08Boeing 777X launch customer Emirates will receive the 1st B777X a year later than previously planned
  • 30/07Boeing will stop producing the iconic 747 jumbo jet in 2022
  • 27/07Russian President Vladimir Putin announces the purchase of 76 Su-57 fighters
  • 25/07China sent a 3rd high-resolution mapping Ziyuan III satellite into space by a Long March-4B rocket
  • 24/07Lockheed Martin wins $703 million for Hellfire missile procurement
  • 22/07Raytheon will design the Next Generation weather satellite for US Space Force
  • 21/07Airbus wins £500 million British order for Skynet 6A military comms satellite
  • 20/07Lockheed Martin wins 10-year, $15 Bn contract for C-130J support and retrofit for the USAF
  • 20/07SpaceX Falcon 9 launches South Korea's Anasis-2 military communications satellite from Cap Canaveral
  • 19/07A Japanese H-2A rocket launched the UAE's Hope Mars orbiter mission
  • 18/07Japan unveils supersonic Mitsubishi ASM-3 anti-ship missile
  • 15/07Northrop Grumman Minotaur 4 launches NRO mission, its first from Virginia spaceport
  • 14/07USAF awards $23 Bn contract for up to 144 Boeing F-15EX fighters to replace F-15 C/D
  • 11/07US clears $23 Bn sale of 63 F-35As and 42 F-35Bs to Japan
  • 02/08The 2-astronausts SpaceX Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico, the 1st unhabited splashdown in 45 years
  • 01/08Boeing 777X launch customer Emirates will receive the 1st B777X a year later than previously planned
  • 30/07Boeing will stop producing the iconic 747 jumbo jet in 2022
  • 27/07Russian President Vladimir Putin announces the purchase of 76 Su-57 fighters
  • 25/07China sent a 3rd high-resolution mapping Ziyuan III satellite into space by a Long March-4B rocket
  • 24/07Lockheed Martin wins $703 million for Hellfire missile procurement
  • 22/07Raytheon will design the Next Generation weather satellite for US Space Force
  • 21/07Airbus wins £500 million British order for Skynet 6A military comms satellite
  • 20/07Lockheed Martin wins 10-year, $15 Bn contract for C-130J support and retrofit for the USAF
  • 20/07SpaceX Falcon 9 launches South Korea's Anasis-2 military communications satellite from Cap Canaveral
  • 19/07A Japanese H-2A rocket launched the UAE's Hope Mars orbiter mission
  • 18/07Japan unveils supersonic Mitsubishi ASM-3 anti-ship missile
  • 15/07Northrop Grumman Minotaur 4 launches NRO mission, its first from Virginia spaceport
  • 14/07USAF awards $23 Bn contract for up to 144 Boeing F-15EX fighters to replace F-15 C/D
  • 11/07US clears $23 Bn sale of 63 F-35As and 42 F-35Bs to Japan
  • 02/08The 2-astronausts SpaceX Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico, the 1st unhabited splashdown in 45 years
  • 01/08Boeing 777X launch customer Emirates will receive the 1st B777X a year later than previously planned
  • 30/07Boeing will stop producing the iconic 747 jumbo jet in 2022
  • 27/07Russian President Vladimir Putin announces the purchase of 76 Su-57 fighters
  • 25/07China sent a 3rd high-resolution mapping Ziyuan III satellite into space by a Long March-4B rocket
  • 24/07Lockheed Martin wins $703 million for Hellfire missile procurement
  • 22/07Raytheon will design the Next Generation weather satellite for US Space Force
  • 21/07Airbus wins £500 million British order for Skynet 6A military comms satellite
  • 20/07Lockheed Martin wins 10-year, $15 Bn contract for C-130J support and retrofit for the USAF
  • 20/07SpaceX Falcon 9 launches South Korea's Anasis-2 military communications satellite from Cap Canaveral
  • 19/07A Japanese H-2A rocket launched the UAE's Hope Mars orbiter mission
  • 18/07Japan unveils supersonic Mitsubishi ASM-3 anti-ship missile
  • 15/07Northrop Grumman Minotaur 4 launches NRO mission, its first from Virginia spaceport
  • 14/07USAF awards $23 Bn contract for up to 144 Boeing F-15EX fighters to replace F-15 C/D
  • 11/07US clears $23 Bn sale of 63 F-35As and 42 F-35Bs to Japan
  • 02/08The 2-astronausts SpaceX Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico, the 1st unhabited splashdown in 45 years
  • 01/08Boeing 777X launch customer Emirates will receive the 1st B777X a year later than previously planned
  • 30/07Boeing will stop producing the iconic 747 jumbo jet in 2022
  • 27/07Russian President Vladimir Putin announces the purchase of 76 Su-57 fighters
  • 25/07China sent a 3rd high-resolution mapping Ziyuan III satellite into space by a Long March-4B rocket
  • 24/07Lockheed Martin wins $703 million for Hellfire missile procurement
  • 22/07Raytheon will design the Next Generation weather satellite for US Space Force
  • 21/07Airbus wins £500 million British order for Skynet 6A military comms satellite
  • 20/07Lockheed Martin wins 10-year, $15 Bn contract for C-130J support and retrofit for the USAF
  • 20/07SpaceX Falcon 9 launches South Korea's Anasis-2 military communications satellite from Cap Canaveral
  • 19/07A Japanese H-2A rocket launched the UAE's Hope Mars orbiter mission
  • 18/07Japan unveils supersonic Mitsubishi ASM-3 anti-ship missile
  • 15/07Northrop Grumman Minotaur 4 launches NRO mission, its first from Virginia spaceport
  • 14/07USAF awards $23 Bn contract for up to 144 Boeing F-15EX fighters to replace F-15 C/D
  • 11/07US clears $23 Bn sale of 63 F-35As and 42 F-35Bs to Japan
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ASDS MEDIA est une agence d'information spécialisée dans l’Aéronautique et le Spatial, la Défense et la Sécurité. Elle regroupe des experts de l’information et de la communication pour développer des concepts innovants au service de ces secteurs d’activité.

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ASDS MEDIA constitue une révolution dans le monde de l’information et de la communication grâce à son nouveau concept de diffusion gratuite des images vidéo HD mais aussi de tous types de données (photos, infographies, etc) destinées aux télévisions et aux médias.

ASDS MEDIA propose un certain nombre de services complémentaires permettant de produire et de valoriser des contenus d'information. 

ASDS MEDIA est aujourd'hui une agence d'information spécialisée indépendante en plein essor à l'international. Plus de 6.500 journalistes dont plus de 1.800 chaînes de télévision, dans 155 pays sont référencés sur la MediaBank ASDS MEDIA.