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  • 22/07India launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter and lander mission
  • 19/07US ejects Turkey from F-35 stealth fighter program, as a reaction to Turkey's decision to take delivery of Russia's S-400 SAMs
  • 19/07Korean Air orders 20 Boeing 787 valued at $6.3 Bn
  • 18/07Boeing will incur $4.0 Bn charge for some 737 MAX-related costs
  • 08/08ULA Atlas 5 rocket launches U.S. Air Force AEHF-5 communications satellite
  • 06/08SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Amos-17 satellite for Israeli Spacecom
  • 06/08VA249 Ariane 5 launches the Intelsat-39 communications satellite and the EDRS-C laser relay satellite
  • 04/08French "flying man" Franky Zapata crosses the English Channel on jet-powered hoverboard
  • 01/08China's J-20 stealth fighter enters operational service
  • 31/07Lockheed Martin wins $800 million order for 14 F-16 block 70 fighters for Slovakia
  • 30/07Air France signs an MoU for at least 60 Airbus A220 and announces it will retire the airline's 10 A380s by 2022
  • 26/07iSpace became the 1st Chinese private company to achieve orbit with Hyperbola-1 launcher from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
  • 25/07SpaceX launches Dragon cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 23/07Russia's UAC needs $4.8 Bn capital injection to complete its financial restructuring, to implement the MC-21 programs and other civilian projects
  • 22/07French navy finds the Minerve submarine that vanished with 52 sailors on board in 1968 in Mediterranean sea
  • 22/07India launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter and lander mission
  • 19/07US ejects Turkey from F-35 stealth fighter program, as a reaction to Turkey's decision to take delivery of Russia's S-400 SAMs
  • 19/07Korean Air orders 20 Boeing 787 valued at $6.3 Bn
  • 18/07Boeing will incur $4.0 Bn charge for some 737 MAX-related costs
  • 08/08ULA Atlas 5 rocket launches U.S. Air Force AEHF-5 communications satellite
  • 06/08SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Amos-17 satellite for Israeli Spacecom
  • 06/08VA249 Ariane 5 launches the Intelsat-39 communications satellite and the EDRS-C laser relay satellite
  • 04/08French "flying man" Franky Zapata crosses the English Channel on jet-powered hoverboard
  • 01/08China's J-20 stealth fighter enters operational service
  • 31/07Lockheed Martin wins $800 million order for 14 F-16 block 70 fighters for Slovakia
  • 30/07Air France signs an MoU for at least 60 Airbus A220 and announces it will retire the airline's 10 A380s by 2022
  • 26/07iSpace became the 1st Chinese private company to achieve orbit with Hyperbola-1 launcher from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
  • 25/07SpaceX launches Dragon cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 23/07Russia's UAC needs $4.8 Bn capital injection to complete its financial restructuring, to implement the MC-21 programs and other civilian projects
  • 22/07French navy finds the Minerve submarine that vanished with 52 sailors on board in 1968 in Mediterranean sea
  • 22/07India launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter and lander mission
  • 19/07US ejects Turkey from F-35 stealth fighter program, as a reaction to Turkey's decision to take delivery of Russia's S-400 SAMs
  • 19/07Korean Air orders 20 Boeing 787 valued at $6.3 Bn
  • 18/07Boeing will incur $4.0 Bn charge for some 737 MAX-related costs
  • 08/08ULA Atlas 5 rocket launches U.S. Air Force AEHF-5 communications satellite
  • 06/08SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Amos-17 satellite for Israeli Spacecom
  • 06/08VA249 Ariane 5 launches the Intelsat-39 communications satellite and the EDRS-C laser relay satellite
  • 04/08French "flying man" Franky Zapata crosses the English Channel on jet-powered hoverboard
  • 01/08China's J-20 stealth fighter enters operational service
  • 31/07Lockheed Martin wins $800 million order for 14 F-16 block 70 fighters for Slovakia
  • 30/07Air France signs an MoU for at least 60 Airbus A220 and announces it will retire the airline's 10 A380s by 2022
  • 26/07iSpace became the 1st Chinese private company to achieve orbit with Hyperbola-1 launcher from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
  • 25/07SpaceX launches Dragon cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 23/07Russia's UAC needs $4.8 Bn capital injection to complete its financial restructuring, to implement the MC-21 programs and other civilian projects
  • 22/07French navy finds the Minerve submarine that vanished with 52 sailors on board in 1968 in Mediterranean sea
  • 22/07India launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter and lander mission
  • 19/07US ejects Turkey from F-35 stealth fighter program, as a reaction to Turkey's decision to take delivery of Russia's S-400 SAMs
  • 19/07Korean Air orders 20 Boeing 787 valued at $6.3 Bn
  • 18/07Boeing will incur $4.0 Bn charge for some 737 MAX-related costs
  • 08/08ULA Atlas 5 rocket launches U.S. Air Force AEHF-5 communications satellite
  • 06/08SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Amos-17 satellite for Israeli Spacecom
  • 06/08VA249 Ariane 5 launches the Intelsat-39 communications satellite and the EDRS-C laser relay satellite
  • 04/08French "flying man" Franky Zapata crosses the English Channel on jet-powered hoverboard
  • 01/08China's J-20 stealth fighter enters operational service
  • 31/07Lockheed Martin wins $800 million order for 14 F-16 block 70 fighters for Slovakia
  • 30/07Air France signs an MoU for at least 60 Airbus A220 and announces it will retire the airline's 10 A380s by 2022
  • 26/07iSpace became the 1st Chinese private company to achieve orbit with Hyperbola-1 launcher from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
  • 25/07SpaceX launches Dragon cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 23/07Russia's UAC needs $4.8 Bn capital injection to complete its financial restructuring, to implement the MC-21 programs and other civilian projects
  • 22/07French navy finds the Minerve submarine that vanished with 52 sailors on board in 1968 in Mediterranean sea
  • 22/07India launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter and lander mission
  • 19/07US ejects Turkey from F-35 stealth fighter program, as a reaction to Turkey's decision to take delivery of Russia's S-400 SAMs
  • 19/07Korean Air orders 20 Boeing 787 valued at $6.3 Bn
  • 18/07Boeing will incur $4.0 Bn charge for some 737 MAX-related costs
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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.

ASDS MEDIA développe ses activités à partir d'une plateforme internet permanente, créée spécialement pour permettre aux médias de télécharger gratuitement sur une seule et unique plateforme, les vidéos, photos et tous les autres contenus éditoriaux.

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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.