U.S. Army Struggles With Low-Cost Launch For Nanosats

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA — The U.S. Army seems to be having problems finding a low-cost way to quickly launch its nanosatellites, and is turning to industry for help. The service shelved its program to build a launcher, Swords, last year, and is now hoping that talks with industry will produce an option...

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