Taxpayers are complaining about the costs of individual satellite/space launches, but most are unaware of additional subsidies. For instance, ULA is on track to receive roughly $1 billion in FY17, $1.2 billion in FY18, and a total of roughly $12 billion since 2006 to fund launch operations. No other provider receives this subsidy, including SpaceX, which charges less than ULA for a launch. In fact, competition from SpaceX prompted ULA to slash its price by one third. What’s your opinion?
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It seems the International Civil Aviation Org @ICAC has completely lost the plot, their Twitter account is blocking anyone for raising #Taiwan with reference to its decision of barring Taiwan from information The agency on #avgeek and #aviation safety and co-op, is stopping it.
The International Civil Aviation Organization, @icao, which is a specialized U.N. agency, is apparently now blocking people on Twitter for making references to the fact that it excludes Taiwan (Taiwan's inclusion in international organizations a big issue for China) 3
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