Space Business Daily, February 28, 1966.

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Space Business Daily, February 28, 1966.


This is Vol. 24, No. 39 of Space Business Daily, a Space Publications newsletter. Topics include the ordering of seven-segment solid motors by the Air Force Space Systems Division for the MOL program, concern over the presented Apollo Applications plans for a manned space flight, the potential operational communications satellite system for tactile messages between warring units, another postponement of the Saturn IB launch, budget requirements in 1968 for the SNAP 8 program to continue, part twoi of the detailed breakdown of the Defense Secretary's funding position for space and missile projects for 1967, various business acquisitions and changes in earnings, the plans for a new facility to be built to house ramjet experimentation, topics on Future Space Business, and NASA contracts and negotiations.



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