(Reuters) – The Pentagon will review the certification for Els Musk's SpaceX launches to determine whether the US Air Force has followed some rules, according to a memo https://media.defense.gov/201
"Our goal is to determine if the US Air Force is following the Launch Services New Entrant Certification Guide when validating the launch system design for the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle-class SpaceX Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy vehicles launch," US Department of Defense Deputy Inspector General Michael Roark said in
In December, a SpaceX rocket carrying a satellite navigation satellite of the United States was expelled from Cape Canaveral of Florida, which marks the comp transport space
The successful launch was a significant success for the billionaire Musk, who spent years trying to break the lucrative market for military space launches led by Lockheed Martin Corp ( NYSE 🙂 at Boeing (NYSE 🙂 Co.
According to Musk's private rocket company last month it will reduce its workforce by approximately 10 percent of more than 6,000 employees of the company, citing "extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead" 19659011] Disclaimer:  You want to remind Fusion Media that the data contained on this website is not necessarily real-time or accurate. All CFDs (stocks, indexes, futures) and Forex prices are not supplied by exchanges but by market makers, and therefore prices may be inaccurate and may differ in actual prices in the marketplace, that means the prices are indicative and are not suitable for trading purposes. Therefore, Fusion Media will not have any liability for any trading losses you may incur as a result of using this data.
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