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Commercial Space Transportation : 2004 Year in Review

By Federal Aviation Administration

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Book Id: WPLBN0000666847
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 1.08 MB
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Commercial Space Transportation : 2004 Year in Review  
Author: Federal Aviation Administration
Language: English
Subject: Aviation, Federal Aviation Administration Command Center (U.S.), Mechanical engineering.
Collections: Space and Aviation eDocuments Collection
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Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)


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Excerpt: The Commercial Space Transportation: 2004 Year in Review summarizes U.S. and international launch activities for calendar year 2004 and provides a historical look at the past five years of commercial launch activities. The Federal Aviation Administration?s Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA/AST) licensed nine commercial orbital launches and five suborbital launches in 2004. Of the nine orbital licensed launches, six were of U.S.-built vehicles. International Launch Services (ILS) launched three Atlas 2AS boosters, carrying the AMC 10, AMC 11, and Superbird 6 communications satellites; these launches were the last commercial missions for the Atlas 2 family of vehicles, which ILS and Lockheed Martin retired in 2004.


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