ULA Bidding For GPS Launch Without an Engine?

Credit: United Launch Alliance
After being the monopoly rocket supplier to the U.S. government for national security launches for nearly 10 years, the tables have turned for United Launch Alliance (ULA). Only a year ago, its rival, SpaceX, was crying foul that the Pentagon’s procurement plans unfairly excluded it from bidding for...

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