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  • 29/093 Russian Gonets and 2 Canadian Kepler comms satellites launched from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome on a Soyuz-2.1b
  • 28/09Boeing wins $ 2.2 Bn order for Small Diameter Bombs
  • 27/09Swiss citizens have given a cautious 50.14% approval for a $6.5 Bn purchase of new combat aircraft
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  • 13/10WTO clears European Union for $4 Bn in Boeing airplane-maker penalties
  • 13/10New Shepard returns to flight with successful suborbital NS-13 mission from the company’s West Texas test site
  • 11/10North Korea’s introduction of a suspected new 13,000 km intercontinental ballistic missile during a massive military parade
  • 06/10A SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a new batch of 60 Starlink satellites from Florida
  • 04/10China selects 18 new taïkonauts ahead of its space station future construction
  • 03/10General Dynamics awarded $1.2 Bn U.S. Army contract for Stryker IM-SHORAD vehicles
  • 02/10Antares rocket launches from Wallops Island, Virginia, the NG-14 Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 29/093 Russian Gonets and 2 Canadian Kepler comms satellites launched from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome on a Soyuz-2.1b
  • 28/09Boeing wins $ 2.2 Bn order for Small Diameter Bombs
  • 27/09Swiss citizens have given a cautious 50.14% approval for a $6.5 Bn purchase of new combat aircraft
  • 26/09Secretive Chinese Long March 4B launch sends two remote sensing satellites into orbit from Taiyuan
  • 26/09Royal Navy aircraft-carrier sails on exercice with RAF and Marine Corps F-35Bs
  • 23/09France awards contract for 271 Griffon and 42 Jaguar armored vehicles
  • 22/09US and UAE may agree by December on the sale of F-35 stealth fighters
  • 14/10US-developed hypersonic Mach 5+ missile hit within 6 inches of target
  • 13/10WTO clears European Union for $4 Bn in Boeing airplane-maker penalties
  • 13/10New Shepard returns to flight with successful suborbital NS-13 mission from the company’s West Texas test site
  • 11/10North Korea’s introduction of a suspected new 13,000 km intercontinental ballistic missile during a massive military parade
  • 06/10A SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a new batch of 60 Starlink satellites from Florida
  • 04/10China selects 18 new taïkonauts ahead of its space station future construction
  • 03/10General Dynamics awarded $1.2 Bn U.S. Army contract for Stryker IM-SHORAD vehicles
  • 02/10Antares rocket launches from Wallops Island, Virginia, the NG-14 Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the ISS
  • 29/093 Russian Gonets and 2 Canadian Kepler comms satellites launched from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome on a Soyuz-2.1b
  • 28/09Boeing wins $ 2.2 Bn order for Small Diameter Bombs
  • 27/09Swiss citizens have given a cautious 50.14% approval for a $6.5 Bn purchase of new combat aircraft
  • 26/09Secretive Chinese Long March 4B launch sends two remote sensing satellites into orbit from Taiyuan
  • 26/09Royal Navy aircraft-carrier sails on exercice with RAF and Marine Corps F-35Bs
  • 23/09France awards contract for 271 Griffon and 42 Jaguar armored vehicles
  • 22/09US and UAE may agree by December on the sale of F-35 stealth fighters
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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.