Sea Launch continues to insist that its heavy-lift booster will return to flight before the end of the year, in parallel with the introduction of its two-stage Land Launch derivative, despite continued skepticism among operators. Speaking at a recent space insurance conference here organized by Pagnanelli Risk Solutions, Sea Launch Chief Financial Officer Kjell Karlsen said the official inquiry by Russian and Ukrainian authorities had been completed in mid-March, and that Sea Launch's ...
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