ViaSat-1 Launch Delayed After Testing Damage

SATELLITE SETBACK: ViaSat has rescheduled the launch of its high-throughput Ka-band broadband satellite, ViaSat-1, to the summer, instead of in the first quarter of this year as previously planned. The delay was attributed to the need for additional tests and repairs after the spacecraft was damaged...

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