Amy Svitak

Paris Bureau Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Amy Svitak

in On Space Dec 18, 2014

SpaceX Slips ISS Cargo Run To Early January

Company opts to conduct second Falcon 9 static fire test before launch....More
in On Space Dec 09, 2014

Orbital to launch next CRS mission atop ULA Atlas 5 in September

Orbital says a re-engined Antares rocket will conduct flights to the ISS for NASA from the company's Wallops Island launch site on Virginia's eastern....More
in Ares Dec 09, 2014

Russia's Missing Mistrals

In an interview the French defense minister said France may never deliver the ships....More
in On Space Dec 08, 2014

Russia's Angara 5 on track for December debut

Khrunichev says the heavy-lifter has been undergoing pad tests at Plesetsk Cosmodrome since mid-November....More
in On Space Dec 05, 2014

NASA slips Orion EM-1 readiness to 2018

A precise launch date for the 2018 flight test has not been set, though NASA is expected to determine a new target date by late spring 2015....More
in On Space Dec 05, 2014

NASA slips Orion EM1 flight to 2018

A precise launch date for the 2018 flight test has not been set, though NASA is expected to determine a new target date by late spring 2015....More
in On Space Dec 04, 2014

New Date for Proton Launch of Astra 2G a Moving Target

ILS says a spare Briz-M gyro unit in Baikonur is being swapped for the faulty one, which was removed and sent back to the manufacturer last week....More
in On Space Nov 20, 2014

ATK Body Language Hints at Russian Engine for Antares

Ahead of merger, ATK assessed “political risks” of Orbital's new engine choice....More
in On Space Nov 17, 2014

Philae Mission Winds Down As Rosetta Orbiter Enters New Science Phase

As the probe's last science data was relayed to Earth Nov. 15, its power rapidly depleted....More
in On Space Nov 15, 2014

Goodbye, Philae?

The lander lost contact with ground controllers early this morning, but not before they sent commands to rotate the probe's solar panels to glean....More

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