LONDON — OHB Systems has reinforced its position as the dominant satellite industrial player in the Galileo system, securing a deal to build eight more of the precision navigation and timing satellites after having already beaten out Astrium once for the initial batch of 14 spacecraft. But even as Europe works on putting in place the basic Galileo constellation, discussions are starting on how to evolve the system. Initial discussions are starting now to determine what technology options ...

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