ULA Backs Out Of GPS III Duel With SpaceX

Credit: SpaceX
The tables have turned. The United Launch Alliance (ULA), which until May held a monopoly on U.S. national security launch work, is now stepping aside in the first competition against its rival, SpaceX, since the latter was certified to compete in the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) market...

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