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 keeping its options open. For now, “We are not interested in selling our rights or partnering with another company on Atlas,” says company spokesman Matthew Kramer. ULA CEO ...

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