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  • 24/12Raytheon completes purchase of the small satellites manufacturer Blue Canyon Technologies
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  • 21/12China launches 1st medium-lify Long March 8 rocket from Wenchang spaceport
  • 20/12An independent investigation of a Vega launch failure in November confirmed that misconnected cables in the rocket’s upper stage doomed the mission
  • 19/12A Falcon 9 carrying the NROL-108 spy satellite lifted off from Kennedy Space Center
  • 18/12OneWeb resumed deployment of its satellite constellation with a Soyuz-2.1b launch of 36 satellites, the 1st since the company emerged from Chapter 11
  • 18/12Russian Air Force orders first 10 Il-78M-90A tankers derived from the Il-76MD-90A transport aircraft
  • 18/12General Dynamics wins $4.6 Bn order for M1A2 SEPv3 tanks to upgraded the most modernized version of the US Army over the next 8 years
  • 15/12Irkut MC-21 makes 1st flight with Russian-made PD-14 engines
  • 15/12Small Astra’s rocket 3.2 launcher fell just short of reaching orbit on its 2nd launch attempt
  • 09/01Indonesian Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashes into the sea after takeoff, carrying 62
  • 08/01Boeing agrees To $2.5 Bn settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over 737 MAX fraud probe
  • 07/01Qatar Airways to resume Riyadh service after airspace reopening
  • 04/01China’s CASC targets more than 40 space launches in 2021
  • 29/12A Soyuz rocket successfully launched the French CSO-2 reconnaissance satellite from French Guiana
  • 24/12Raytheon completes purchase of the small satellites manufacturer Blue Canyon Technologies
  • 22/12France blocks takeover of Photonis by the U.S. Teledyne and looks for other buyers
  • 21/12China launches 1st medium-lify Long March 8 rocket from Wenchang spaceport
  • 20/12An independent investigation of a Vega launch failure in November confirmed that misconnected cables in the rocket’s upper stage doomed the mission
  • 19/12A Falcon 9 carrying the NROL-108 spy satellite lifted off from Kennedy Space Center
  • 18/12OneWeb resumed deployment of its satellite constellation with a Soyuz-2.1b launch of 36 satellites, the 1st since the company emerged from Chapter 11
  • 18/12Russian Air Force orders first 10 Il-78M-90A tankers derived from the Il-76MD-90A transport aircraft
  • 18/12General Dynamics wins $4.6 Bn order for M1A2 SEPv3 tanks to upgraded the most modernized version of the US Army over the next 8 years
  • 15/12Irkut MC-21 makes 1st flight with Russian-made PD-14 engines
  • 15/12Small Astra’s rocket 3.2 launcher fell just short of reaching orbit on its 2nd launch attempt
  • 09/01Indonesian Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashes into the sea after takeoff, carrying 62
  • 08/01Boeing agrees To $2.5 Bn settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over 737 MAX fraud probe
  • 07/01Qatar Airways to resume Riyadh service after airspace reopening
  • 04/01China’s CASC targets more than 40 space launches in 2021
  • 29/12A Soyuz rocket successfully launched the French CSO-2 reconnaissance satellite from French Guiana
  • 24/12Raytheon completes purchase of the small satellites manufacturer Blue Canyon Technologies
  • 22/12France blocks takeover of Photonis by the U.S. Teledyne and looks for other buyers
  • 21/12China launches 1st medium-lify Long March 8 rocket from Wenchang spaceport
  • 20/12An independent investigation of a Vega launch failure in November confirmed that misconnected cables in the rocket’s upper stage doomed the mission
  • 19/12A Falcon 9 carrying the NROL-108 spy satellite lifted off from Kennedy Space Center
  • 18/12OneWeb resumed deployment of its satellite constellation with a Soyuz-2.1b launch of 36 satellites, the 1st since the company emerged from Chapter 11
  • 18/12Russian Air Force orders first 10 Il-78M-90A tankers derived from the Il-76MD-90A transport aircraft
  • 18/12General Dynamics wins $4.6 Bn order for M1A2 SEPv3 tanks to upgraded the most modernized version of the US Army over the next 8 years
  • 15/12Irkut MC-21 makes 1st flight with Russian-made PD-14 engines
  • 15/12Small Astra’s rocket 3.2 launcher fell just short of reaching orbit on its 2nd launch attempt
  • 09/01Indonesian Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashes into the sea after takeoff, carrying 62
  • 08/01Boeing agrees To $2.5 Bn settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over 737 MAX fraud probe
  • 07/01Qatar Airways to resume Riyadh service after airspace reopening
  • 04/01China’s CASC targets more than 40 space launches in 2021
  • 29/12A Soyuz rocket successfully launched the French CSO-2 reconnaissance satellite from French Guiana
  • 24/12Raytheon completes purchase of the small satellites manufacturer Blue Canyon Technologies
  • 22/12France blocks takeover of Photonis by the U.S. Teledyne and looks for other buyers
  • 21/12China launches 1st medium-lify Long March 8 rocket from Wenchang spaceport
  • 20/12An independent investigation of a Vega launch failure in November confirmed that misconnected cables in the rocket’s upper stage doomed the mission
  • 19/12A Falcon 9 carrying the NROL-108 spy satellite lifted off from Kennedy Space Center
  • 18/12OneWeb resumed deployment of its satellite constellation with a Soyuz-2.1b launch of 36 satellites, the 1st since the company emerged from Chapter 11
  • 18/12Russian Air Force orders first 10 Il-78M-90A tankers derived from the Il-76MD-90A transport aircraft
  • 18/12General Dynamics wins $4.6 Bn order for M1A2 SEPv3 tanks to upgraded the most modernized version of the US Army over the next 8 years
  • 15/12Irkut MC-21 makes 1st flight with Russian-made PD-14 engines
  • 15/12Small Astra’s rocket 3.2 launcher fell just short of reaching orbit on its 2nd launch attempt
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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.