PARIS — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is embarking on a vast program to build a fleet of telecommunications and Earth observation satellites that it eventually hopes will morph into an operational and industrial capability. The program is one of a growing number of space initiatives in the Middle East, all driven by growing instability in the region, a perceived Iranian threat and a desire to spur local technology development. But the UAE program is one of the broadest and deepest in ...
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