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Forces - Space | Forces - Strategic | GPS Infrastructure | Lockheed Martin | Outer Space | Satellites & Sensors | USA

Next GPS Satellite Launch Delayed to June 2005

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The Lockheed Martin-built GPS 2R-M1 spacecraft was supposed to launch from Cape Canaveral in May 2002 aboard a Boeing Delta 2 rocket, but issues involving internal components have put the brakes on the $75 million mission. Problems included...

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