In another sign of private capital’s impact on the U.S. aerospace industry, the Lockheed Martin-Boeing partnership United Launch Alliance (ULA) will buy engines for its new Vulcan rocket from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s startup Blue Origin, passing over a rival offering from heritage manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne.  The decision, announced Sept. 27, positions Blue Origin to be a key supplier for U.S. military satellite launches, which ULA CEO Tory Bruno estimates will ...


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