Spaceflight Inc. is asking the U.S. government to permit the launch of U.S.-built commercial satellites on India's PSLV rocket, saying U.S. alternatives are years away from meeting the demand and that foreign rockets' all-in cost is no less than that of U.S. vehicles. The Spaceflight Sherpa smallsat carrier, above, has been waiting for a flight opportunity for two years. Credit: Spaceflight Inc.
PARIS — Spaceflight Industries on March 1 ended its speak-no-evil silence about U.S. policy prohibiting the use of India’s PSLV rocket, saying the U.S. domestic launch . . .
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