Cancellation of Constellation program puts space launches in limbo

05/11/2010 | AviationWeek.com

The Pentagon and National Reconnaissance Office, which develops intelligence satellites for the U.S., are working to find a new direction in the wake of the White House's decision to terminate NASA's Constellation program. The decision has led to uncertainty in efforts to deploy spacecraft to modernize the nation's communications, missile warning and surveillance systems, and the Pentagon, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Missile Defense Agency are collaborating on several studies to help chart a new course.

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