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Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
April 29, 2016
GPS NEWS
India a step away from joining GPS club
Sriharikota, India (IANS) Apr 29, 2016
India on Thursday afternoon successfully put into orbit its seventh and final navigation satellite - IRNSS-1G - with its own rocket in copy-book style. With this, India successfully completed putting into orbit all the seven navigation satellites to complete the system in the sky. Exactly at 12.50 p.m. the PSLV rocket standing 44.4 metres tall and weighing 320 tonnes tore into the afternoon skies with fierce orange flames at its tail. Gathering speed every second, the rocket raced towa ... read more
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UAV NEWS

AeroVironment begins production of Switchblade tactical missile upgrade
At the Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit AeroVironment announced it has developed a block upgrade, designated Block 10C, to its already fielded Switchblade Tactical Missile system. The Di ... more
TECH SPACE

Belgium plans to provide all residents with anti radiation pills
The Belgian authorities plan to provide all residents of the country with tablets to minimize the possible effects of radiation, local media reported Thursday. At the moment, Brussels provides ... more
GPS NEWS

Air Force awards GPS 3 launch services contract
The Air Force announced the award of the first competitively sourced National Security Space (NSS) launch services contract in more than a decade. Space ExplorationTechnologies Corporation (SpaceX) ... more
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GPS NEWS

India gets homegrown satellite navigation system
India on Thursday took the final step towards completing its own satellite navigation system, a development heralded by the prime minister as making the nation self-reliant in the field of space-based positioning. ... more


NUKEWARS

UN Council considers response to N.Korea missile test
The UN Security Council is weighing a response to North Korea's failed test-firing of ballistic missiles, diplomats said Thursday following emergency closed-door talks in New York. ... more

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TERROR WARS

Pentagon working to 'take out' Islamic State's Internet
The US military's secretive Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) is working to destroy the Islamic State group's Internet connections and leave the jihadists in a state of "virtual isolation," Pentagon chiefs said Thursday. ... more
CYBER WARS

Facebook says government data queries up 13 percent
Facebook said Thursday it had received 13 percent more government requests for user data in the second half of 2015, with more than 46,000 requests worldwide. ... more
Space News from SpaceDaily.com
Hiding in the Sunshine: The Search for Other Earths

Russia looks east with Vostochny Cosmodrome

US to reduce dependence on Russian rocket engines soon: Bolden

Johns Hopkins researchers aim for safer, more efficient rocket engines

On the Road to Finding Other Earths

Simulators give astronauts glimpse of future flights

Committee votes to double Russian rocket engine procurement

TECH SPACE

All Belgians to get iodine pills in case of nuclear accident: report
Belgium is to provide iodine pills to its entire population of around 11 million people to protect against radioactivity in case of a nuclear accident, the health minister was quoted as saying Thursday. ... more
CYBER WARS

Chinese officials under investigation for selling data: govt
Hundreds of employees at China's top statistics bureau are being investigated after selling data, the government said Wednesday, despite longstanding doubts over the reliability of official figures. ... more
WAR REPORT

US, UN condemn Syria hospital bombing in war-ravaged Aleppo
The United States and the United Nations Thursday condemned an air strike on a hospital in Syria's Aleppo, with Washington demanding that Russia restrain its Syrian ally. ... more
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THE STANS

Pentagon to release report into Afghan hospital attack
The Pentagon is poised to release the final report on its investigation into a deadly air strike on a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital in Afghanistan, a defense official said Thursday. ... more
AEROSPACE

Pakistan, China building JF-17B prototype
Pakistan and China have jointly started production of the first prototype JF-17B combat jet at the Chendu Aerospace Corporation facility in Chendu, China. ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Proteomics method measures carbon uptake of marine microbes

Large wildlife important for carbon storage in tropical forests

Role of life's timekeeper - a novel theory of animal evolution

Fossils may reveal 20-million-year history of penguins in Australia

Ancient marine sediments provide clues to future climate change

Tiny fossil horses put their back into it

Critically endangered Himalayan wolf needs global conservation effort

IRAQ WARS

US Vice President Biden on surprise visit to Iraq
US Vice President Joe Biden held talks in Baghdad Thursday during an unannounced visit to Iraq, whose leadership has been locked in a protracted political crisis even as its forces battle jihadists. ... more
UAV NEWS

Conoco touts strength, but losses mount
After cutting dividend payouts, ConocoPhillips said Thursday it was in a good position to weather the market downturn, but still posted a quarterly net loss. ... more
SUPERPOWERS

China warns Southeast Asia over maritime dispute
China urged Southeast Asian nations on Thursday to resolve territorial disputes through dialogue and repeated a warning of "negative consequences" if the Philippines wins an arbitration case in The Hague. ... more
FLOATING STEEL

Steel cut for new U.S. Navy destroyer
A Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard has begun construction of a new Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) destroyer for the U.S. Navy. ... more
IRAQ WARS

Iraq shuts Al-Jazeera bureau for 'instigating violence'
The Iraqi authorities have shut down the Al-Jazeera channel's Baghdad office, accusing Qatar's state-funded TV network of inciting violence and sectarianism. ... more

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MISSILE DEFENSE

Army developing new air defense system
The U.S. Army has been conducting a series of tests on the capabilities of a new air defense system in development. ... more
MILPLEX

India asks UK to extradite British 'middleman' in chopper scam
India's government said Thursday it has asked Britain to extradite British consultant Christian Michel James over a scandal-hit deal the previous government agreed with Anglo-Italian firm AgustaWestland to supply helicopters to Delhi. ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Physicists detect the enigmatic spin momentum of light

University of Illinois researchers create 1-step graphene patterning method

Atomic magnets using hydrogen and graphene

Researchers create artificial protein to control assembly of buckyballs

India's Mainland to Host Next Hub of Nuclear Plants

Ancient glass-glued walls studied for nuke waste solutions

Adding some salt to the recipe for energy storage materials



NUKEWARS

N. Korea sets party congress date amid nuclear test fears

RUSSIAN SPACE

Beijing, Moscow have great potential for space cooperation

LAUNCH PAD

India to test Reusable Launch Vehicle in June

NUKEWARS

Hyten comments on use of excess ICBM motors for commercial launches

MILTECH

GXV-T revs up research into smarter armored ground vehicles

NUKEWARS

Iran's Khamenei says US lifted sanctions only on paper

DRAGON SPACE

China open to Sino-US space cooperation

DRAGON SPACE

China aiming for reusable manned spacecraft: chief engineer

DRAGON SPACE

China's long march into space

DRAGON SPACE

China's top astronaut goes to "space camp"

SES powers innovative satellite communications ideas with SATLAS

Soyuz demonstrates Arianespace mission flexibility

Taiwan's president-elect says democracy at heart of China ties

UN chief urges end to 'madness' of nuclear weapons testing

Saab picks Brazilian firm for Gripen fighter training gear

US F-22 fighter jets land in Lithuania amid Russia tensions

Back to the future as S.Sudan's old rivals 'end war', again

Exiled Tibetans reelect Lobsang Sangay as leader

S. Korea's Park says North ready for nuclear test

Japan warship visits Philippines as China sea row festers

France wins 'momentous' $39 bn Australia sub contract

Army taps BAE Systems for M88A2 recovery vehicles

Possible Australian missile buy gets State Dept. approval

Companies named for Navy's open RF program

Elbit receives European order for tactical radios

China eyes offshore expansion via floating nuclear plant

China's Xi stresses Communist leadership over religion

Prototype Japanese stealth fighter makes maiden flight

China to build on disputed Scarborough Shoal this year: report

Proteomics method measures carbon uptake of marine microbes


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