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Raytheon Team Bidding for $2B TMOS Component of TSAT

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Lockheed Martin's competitor Raytheon Co. recently provided an initial look at the software environment it is preparing in a bid to provide the $2 billion integrated ground stations and networks for the TSAT system.

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