Aerojet Courts Lockheed Martin For Old Atlas V Rights

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Lockheed Martin, one of two parent companies funding the United Launch Alliance, has no intention—for now—of sharing its data rights with Aerojet Rocketdyne on the Atlas V launcher. However, Lockheed, which developed the rocket before it was transferred to United Launch Alliance (ULA), is likely...

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