Rivals Square Off Over U.S. Military Launch Business

Credit: Northrop Grumman
It is a problem the U.S. Air Force once wished it had: multiple companies competing to launch its mission-critical satellites into a range of Earth orbits. Now, legacy contractor United Launch Alliance (ULA) is in a fight for its existence as it squares off against SpaceX—which in 2016 broke ULA’s...

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