PARIS – One day after Thales Alenia Space launched its Sentinel-1B Earth-monitoring satellite to a 700-km (435-mi.) orbit, the Franco-Italian spacecraft manufacturer signed initial contracts to build a stratospheric platform capable of many of the same remote-sensing ...

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