AMSAT-DL Press Release

First German Mars Mission makes sidestep to Venus, Ground station in Bochum generated echoes from Venus The team of German Space Agency AMSAT-DL reached another milestone on the way to send a spacecraft to Mars on 25 March 2009. From ground mission control station in Bochum (located in the observatory IUZ Sternwarte) radio frequency signals were sent to Venus.

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ARIANESPACE EMPHASIZES THE PRICE OF QUALITY AT SATELLITE 2009 CONFERENCE

Arianespace Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall underscored the importance of reliable, quality launch services at this week's Satellite 2009 conference in Washington, D.C. Expressing overall confidence about the industry's future, Le Gall also addressed issues such as new market entrants and space-lift capacity.

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ARIANESPACE EMPHASIZES THE PRICE OF QUALITY AT SATELLITE 2009 CONFERENCE

Arianespace Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall underscored the importance of reliable, quality launch services at this week's Satellite 2009 conference in Washington, D.C. Expressing overall confidence about the industry's future, Le Gall also addressed issues such as new market entrants and space-lift capacity.

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ARIANESPACE EMPHASIZES THE PRICE OF QUALITY AT SATELLITE 2009 CONFERENCE

Arianespace Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall underscored the importance of reliable, quality launch services at this week's Satellite 2009 conference in Washington, D.C. Expressing overall confidence about the industry's future, Le Gall also addressed issues such as new market entrants and space-lift capacity.

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ARIANESPACE EMPHASIZES THE PRICE OF QUALITY AT SATELLITE 2009 CONFERENCE

Arianespace Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall underscored the importance of reliable, quality launch services at this week's Satellite 2009 conference in Washington, D.C. Expressing overall confidence about the industry's future, Le Gall also addressed issues such as new market entrants and space-lift capacity.

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