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  • 18/05A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket launched the SBIRS GEO-5 U.S. Space Force missile-warning satellite from Cape Canaveral
  • 09/05SpaceX launched a set of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 whose first stage was making its 10th flight
  • 05/05SpaceX successfully landed a Starship rocket (SN15 prototype) for the first time
  • 05/05Egypt buys 30 Rafale fighter jets and air-launched missiles from France for almost 4 Bn euros ($4.8 Bn)
  • 28/04A Chinese Long March 5B launched a 22-metric-ton module, beginning the construction of the Tianhe nation’s own space station
  • 28/04Europe’s small rocket Vega returned to flight, carrying Pleiades Neo 3, the first high-resolution 30-centimeter next-generation imaging satellite
  • 04/06United Airlines has placed firm orders with Boom for 15 supersonic Overture airliners, a revival of supersonic commercial transport
  • 03/06A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft, carrying experiments and a new set of solar panels for the ISS
  • 03/06A Chinese Long March 3B sent the Fengyun-4B weather satellite from Xichang Center
  • 26/05A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites
  • 25/05SMBC Aviation Capital Orders 14 Boeing 737 MAX Jets
  • 25/05South Korea announced that it has developed a laser-based air-defence system
  • 24/05Airbus delivers the 100th A400M
  • 23/05A Ryanair Boeing 737 flight from Athens to Vilnius has been intercepted by a MiG-29 Belarus, being diverted to Minsk to arrest opponent
  • 21/05Rolls-Royce engine flying hours reach 40% of pre-crisis level
  • 18/05A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket launched the SBIRS GEO-5 U.S. Space Force missile-warning satellite from Cape Canaveral
  • 09/05SpaceX launched a set of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 whose first stage was making its 10th flight
  • 05/05SpaceX successfully landed a Starship rocket (SN15 prototype) for the first time
  • 05/05Egypt buys 30 Rafale fighter jets and air-launched missiles from France for almost 4 Bn euros ($4.8 Bn)
  • 28/04A Chinese Long March 5B launched a 22-metric-ton module, beginning the construction of the Tianhe nation’s own space station
  • 28/04Europe’s small rocket Vega returned to flight, carrying Pleiades Neo 3, the first high-resolution 30-centimeter next-generation imaging satellite
  • 04/06United Airlines has placed firm orders with Boom for 15 supersonic Overture airliners, a revival of supersonic commercial transport
  • 03/06A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft, carrying experiments and a new set of solar panels for the ISS
  • 03/06A Chinese Long March 3B sent the Fengyun-4B weather satellite from Xichang Center
  • 26/05A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites
  • 25/05SMBC Aviation Capital Orders 14 Boeing 737 MAX Jets
  • 25/05South Korea announced that it has developed a laser-based air-defence system
  • 24/05Airbus delivers the 100th A400M
  • 23/05A Ryanair Boeing 737 flight from Athens to Vilnius has been intercepted by a MiG-29 Belarus, being diverted to Minsk to arrest opponent
  • 21/05Rolls-Royce engine flying hours reach 40% of pre-crisis level
  • 18/05A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket launched the SBIRS GEO-5 U.S. Space Force missile-warning satellite from Cape Canaveral
  • 09/05SpaceX launched a set of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 whose first stage was making its 10th flight
  • 05/05SpaceX successfully landed a Starship rocket (SN15 prototype) for the first time
  • 05/05Egypt buys 30 Rafale fighter jets and air-launched missiles from France for almost 4 Bn euros ($4.8 Bn)
  • 28/04A Chinese Long March 5B launched a 22-metric-ton module, beginning the construction of the Tianhe nation’s own space station
  • 28/04Europe’s small rocket Vega returned to flight, carrying Pleiades Neo 3, the first high-resolution 30-centimeter next-generation imaging satellite
  • 04/06United Airlines has placed firm orders with Boom for 15 supersonic Overture airliners, a revival of supersonic commercial transport
  • 03/06A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft, carrying experiments and a new set of solar panels for the ISS
  • 03/06A Chinese Long March 3B sent the Fengyun-4B weather satellite from Xichang Center
  • 26/05A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites
  • 25/05SMBC Aviation Capital Orders 14 Boeing 737 MAX Jets
  • 25/05South Korea announced that it has developed a laser-based air-defence system
  • 24/05Airbus delivers the 100th A400M
  • 23/05A Ryanair Boeing 737 flight from Athens to Vilnius has been intercepted by a MiG-29 Belarus, being diverted to Minsk to arrest opponent
  • 21/05Rolls-Royce engine flying hours reach 40% of pre-crisis level
  • 18/05A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket launched the SBIRS GEO-5 U.S. Space Force missile-warning satellite from Cape Canaveral
  • 09/05SpaceX launched a set of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 whose first stage was making its 10th flight
  • 05/05SpaceX successfully landed a Starship rocket (SN15 prototype) for the first time
  • 05/05Egypt buys 30 Rafale fighter jets and air-launched missiles from France for almost 4 Bn euros ($4.8 Bn)
  • 28/04A Chinese Long March 5B launched a 22-metric-ton module, beginning the construction of the Tianhe nation’s own space station
  • 28/04Europe’s small rocket Vega returned to flight, carrying Pleiades Neo 3, the first high-resolution 30-centimeter next-generation imaging satellite
  • 04/06United Airlines has placed firm orders with Boom for 15 supersonic Overture airliners, a revival of supersonic commercial transport
  • 03/06A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft, carrying experiments and a new set of solar panels for the ISS
  • 03/06A Chinese Long March 3B sent the Fengyun-4B weather satellite from Xichang Center
  • 26/05A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched another set of Starlink satellites
  • 25/05SMBC Aviation Capital Orders 14 Boeing 737 MAX Jets
  • 25/05South Korea announced that it has developed a laser-based air-defence system
  • 24/05Airbus delivers the 100th A400M
  • 23/05A Ryanair Boeing 737 flight from Athens to Vilnius has been intercepted by a MiG-29 Belarus, being diverted to Minsk to arrest opponent
  • 21/05Rolls-Royce engine flying hours reach 40% of pre-crisis level
  • 18/05A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket launched the SBIRS GEO-5 U.S. Space Force missile-warning satellite from Cape Canaveral
  • 09/05SpaceX launched a set of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 whose first stage was making its 10th flight
  • 05/05SpaceX successfully landed a Starship rocket (SN15 prototype) for the first time
  • 05/05Egypt buys 30 Rafale fighter jets and air-launched missiles from France for almost 4 Bn euros ($4.8 Bn)
  • 28/04A Chinese Long March 5B launched a 22-metric-ton module, beginning the construction of the Tianhe nation’s own space station
  • 28/04Europe’s small rocket Vega returned to flight, carrying Pleiades Neo 3, the first high-resolution 30-centimeter next-generation imaging satellite
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ASDS MEDIA propose un certain nombre de services complémentaires permettant de produire et de valoriser des contenus d'information. 

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