Lockheed Missiles & Space Co. created a splash with its exhibit hall display at the first World Space Congress, held here at the beginning of September 1992. The fading ripples from that splash serve to illustrate just how different the world is as delegates to the second World Space Congress gather in Houston this week. Ten years ago the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based aerospace giant unveiled plans to draw on its experience building the Iridium low-Earth orbit (LEO) communications satellites ...

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