ROCHEFORT-EN-TERRE, France — The Brazilian government has pushed back by one year, to 2019, the planned inaugural flight of its Microsatellite Launch Vehicle, VLM-1, being built under a bilateral cooperation agreement with Germany. In a submission to the United Nations General Assembly as part of the UN’s Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
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