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Nov. 1 -- David Brackett, co-chief executive officer at Antares Capital, discusses the rapid rise of non-bank lenders in the wake of increased regulation on U.S. banks. He speaks with Bloomberg's David.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
An Orbital ATK Cygnus capsule loaded with 2,400 kilos of food, supplies, equipment and science experiments has docked with the International Space Station, 410 kilometres above the earth.
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An unmanned Antares 230 rocket nailed its launch from Wallops Island on Oct. 17, signaling Virginia's return as a site for commercial resupply missions to the International Space Station.
But it.. dailypress.com
There was much fanfare surrounding the successful October launch of Dulles-based Orbital ATK Inc.’s (NYSE: OA) Antares rocket — the first flight since an ill-fated mission just two years earlier.. bizjournals
The unmanned Cygnus cargo spacecraft that launched from Virginia aboard an enhanced Antares 230 rocket last week successfully berthed with the International Space Station early Sunday.
It was.. dailypress.com
The Orbital ATK Company’s Antares rocket is finally back in space following its successful launching from Wallops Island in Virginia. New and more powerful Russian-manufactured engines have been.. HNGN
Dulles-based Orbital ATK Inc. (NYSE: OA) is no doubt celebrating — and breathing a sigh of relief — following its first successful launch of its Antares rocket since that same brand of rocket.. bizjournals
Orbital ATK Antares blasted off from its Wallops Island, Virginia, launching pad Monday evening, marking a return for the Dulles-based space company that was bouncing back from a 2014 explosion of a.. Newsmax
The Orbital ATK Antares rocket successfully launched into space last night, departing from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on its way to deliver supplies to the International Space Station. Christian Science Monitor