A former European Space Agency inspector general will head an independent failure review commission set up to seek the cause of a "major anomaly" that left Europe’s first two Galileo full operational capability (FOC) navigation system satellites apparently stranded below their target orbits. Peter Dubock will head the independent inquiry commission probing the orbit shortfall, which Arianespace suggested was caused by an anomaly in the Fregat upper stage of the Russian-built ...

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