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Russian Engine Drama Continues

By Keith Cowing
May 7, 2014
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U.S. Government Files for Dissolution of Injunction Against Payments to Russia, SpacePolicyOnline
“The United States Government filed a request with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims late yesterday asking the court to dissolve its injunction against the government or United Launch Alliance (ULA) from making payments to Russia because it might violate sanctions imposed by President Obama against Russian Deputy Prime Minister Rogozin. The court enjoined the Air Force and ULA from making payments to the Russian entity NPO Energomash for RD-180 engines, used for ULA’s Atlas V rocket, on April 30.”
SpaceX Gets Injunction Against Russian Rocket Engines, earlier post
Congressional Concerns Over Use of Russian Engines, earlier post
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