UNIVERSAL SPACE NETWORK, a commercial provider of satellite ground services co-founded by Astronaut Charles (Pete) Conrad, has named Astronaut T.K. Mattingly its board chairman. He will replace Conrad, who died last month (DAILY, July 12). Mattingly orbited the moon and commanded two Space Shuttle missions during his career as a NASA astronaut. Universal Space Network, started by Conrad and company President and CEO Tom Ingersol, works in the area of shared satellite management systems to ...

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