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  • 13/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg SFB its 1st dedicated polar Starlink mission carrying 51 Starlink satellites
  • 12/09France confirms deal with Greece for 6 more Rafale fighter jets
  • 22/08Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force successfully conducted live firings of two new conventionally armed short-range ballistic missiles
  • 21/08Arianespace Starsem Soyuz launched its 9th mission for broadband startup OneWeb, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites
  • 19/08Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has signed a $716 m order with GE Aviation covering 99 F404-GE-IN20 engines to power its Tejas Mk-1 Light Combat Aircraft
  • 18/08Prototype Il-112V crashes after apparent in-flight Klimov TV7-117ST turboprop engine fire killing the 3 crew members
  • 16/08Arianespace Vega rocket launches second Pléiades Neo imaging satellite
  • 15/08A US Air Force C-17 carries record number 823 passengers in evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
  • 11/08An Indian GSLV rocket suffered a malfunction of its upper stage during launch, causing the loss of an imaging satellite
  • 06/08Italy confirms plans to develop G550-based C4ISTAR aircraft in co-operatin with the US
  • 05/08Chinese Long March 3B launches Zhongxing-2E communications satellite from Xichang
  • 04/08Brazil’s Gol has signed agreements for 28 more Boeing 737 Max aircraft
  • 15/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying 4 nonprofessional astronauts on its 1st private crewed mission
  • 14/09Milrem and Kongsberg unveiled a concept of its Nordic Robotic Wingman at DSEI-London
  • 14/09Australia has scrapped its strife-torn $90 Bn submarine deal with France and entered a new pact with the United States and the United Kingdom
  • 13/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg SFB its 1st dedicated polar Starlink mission carrying 51 Starlink satellites
  • 12/09France confirms deal with Greece for 6 more Rafale fighter jets
  • 22/08Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force successfully conducted live firings of two new conventionally armed short-range ballistic missiles
  • 21/08Arianespace Starsem Soyuz launched its 9th mission for broadband startup OneWeb, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites
  • 19/08Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has signed a $716 m order with GE Aviation covering 99 F404-GE-IN20 engines to power its Tejas Mk-1 Light Combat Aircraft
  • 18/08Prototype Il-112V crashes after apparent in-flight Klimov TV7-117ST turboprop engine fire killing the 3 crew members
  • 16/08Arianespace Vega rocket launches second Pléiades Neo imaging satellite
  • 15/08A US Air Force C-17 carries record number 823 passengers in evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
  • 11/08An Indian GSLV rocket suffered a malfunction of its upper stage during launch, causing the loss of an imaging satellite
  • 06/08Italy confirms plans to develop G550-based C4ISTAR aircraft in co-operatin with the US
  • 05/08Chinese Long March 3B launches Zhongxing-2E communications satellite from Xichang
  • 04/08Brazil’s Gol has signed agreements for 28 more Boeing 737 Max aircraft
  • 15/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying 4 nonprofessional astronauts on its 1st private crewed mission
  • 14/09Milrem and Kongsberg unveiled a concept of its Nordic Robotic Wingman at DSEI-London
  • 14/09Australia has scrapped its strife-torn $90 Bn submarine deal with France and entered a new pact with the United States and the United Kingdom
  • 13/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg SFB its 1st dedicated polar Starlink mission carrying 51 Starlink satellites
  • 12/09France confirms deal with Greece for 6 more Rafale fighter jets
  • 22/08Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force successfully conducted live firings of two new conventionally armed short-range ballistic missiles
  • 21/08Arianespace Starsem Soyuz launched its 9th mission for broadband startup OneWeb, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites
  • 19/08Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has signed a $716 m order with GE Aviation covering 99 F404-GE-IN20 engines to power its Tejas Mk-1 Light Combat Aircraft
  • 18/08Prototype Il-112V crashes after apparent in-flight Klimov TV7-117ST turboprop engine fire killing the 3 crew members
  • 16/08Arianespace Vega rocket launches second Pléiades Neo imaging satellite
  • 15/08A US Air Force C-17 carries record number 823 passengers in evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
  • 11/08An Indian GSLV rocket suffered a malfunction of its upper stage during launch, causing the loss of an imaging satellite
  • 06/08Italy confirms plans to develop G550-based C4ISTAR aircraft in co-operatin with the US
  • 05/08Chinese Long March 3B launches Zhongxing-2E communications satellite from Xichang
  • 04/08Brazil’s Gol has signed agreements for 28 more Boeing 737 Max aircraft
  • 15/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying 4 nonprofessional astronauts on its 1st private crewed mission
  • 14/09Milrem and Kongsberg unveiled a concept of its Nordic Robotic Wingman at DSEI-London
  • 14/09Australia has scrapped its strife-torn $90 Bn submarine deal with France and entered a new pact with the United States and the United Kingdom
  • 13/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg SFB its 1st dedicated polar Starlink mission carrying 51 Starlink satellites
  • 12/09France confirms deal with Greece for 6 more Rafale fighter jets
  • 22/08Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force successfully conducted live firings of two new conventionally armed short-range ballistic missiles
  • 21/08Arianespace Starsem Soyuz launched its 9th mission for broadband startup OneWeb, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites
  • 19/08Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has signed a $716 m order with GE Aviation covering 99 F404-GE-IN20 engines to power its Tejas Mk-1 Light Combat Aircraft
  • 18/08Prototype Il-112V crashes after apparent in-flight Klimov TV7-117ST turboprop engine fire killing the 3 crew members
  • 16/08Arianespace Vega rocket launches second Pléiades Neo imaging satellite
  • 15/08A US Air Force C-17 carries record number 823 passengers in evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
  • 11/08An Indian GSLV rocket suffered a malfunction of its upper stage during launch, causing the loss of an imaging satellite
  • 06/08Italy confirms plans to develop G550-based C4ISTAR aircraft in co-operatin with the US
  • 05/08Chinese Long March 3B launches Zhongxing-2E communications satellite from Xichang
  • 04/08Brazil’s Gol has signed agreements for 28 more Boeing 737 Max aircraft
  • 15/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launches a Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying 4 nonprofessional astronauts on its 1st private crewed mission
  • 14/09Milrem and Kongsberg unveiled a concept of its Nordic Robotic Wingman at DSEI-London
  • 14/09Australia has scrapped its strife-torn $90 Bn submarine deal with France and entered a new pact with the United States and the United Kingdom
  • 13/09SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg SFB its 1st dedicated polar Starlink mission carrying 51 Starlink satellites
  • 12/09France confirms deal with Greece for 6 more Rafale fighter jets
  • 22/08Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force successfully conducted live firings of two new conventionally armed short-range ballistic missiles
  • 21/08Arianespace Starsem Soyuz launched its 9th mission for broadband startup OneWeb, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites
  • 19/08Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has signed a $716 m order with GE Aviation covering 99 F404-GE-IN20 engines to power its Tejas Mk-1 Light Combat Aircraft
  • 18/08Prototype Il-112V crashes after apparent in-flight Klimov TV7-117ST turboprop engine fire killing the 3 crew members
  • 16/08Arianespace Vega rocket launches second Pléiades Neo imaging satellite
  • 15/08A US Air Force C-17 carries record number 823 passengers in evacuation flight from Afghanistan to Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar
  • 11/08An Indian GSLV rocket suffered a malfunction of its upper stage during launch, causing the loss of an imaging satellite
  • 06/08Italy confirms plans to develop G550-based C4ISTAR aircraft in co-operatin with the US
  • 05/08Chinese Long March 3B launches Zhongxing-2E communications satellite from Xichang
  • 04/08Brazil’s Gol has signed agreements for 28 more Boeing 737 Max aircraft
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