Hurdles Impede Level Playing Field In Launch Competitions
The U.S. Air Force is facing a major obstacle in its plans to compete two military space launches in fiscal 2015: accounting for what SpaceX has called a $1 billion annual subsidy for rival United Launch Alliance’s facilities and standing army of personnel. The government’s fiscal year closes at the...
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