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?
The @dehavillandAIR DHC8 Turboprop for @flyethiopian
has been joined by a 2nd one on its delivery flight from Canada to Ethiopia. They are on the 2nd leg of the delivery flight are are currently enroute from Goose Bay, Canada to Reykjavik, Iceland #avgeek
MULTI ADSBX MANOEUVRING ALERT : At time Sat Oct 24 16:03:43 2020 #OOASL was likely to be manoeuvring at FL240 near Camino Yebra - Santa Orosia, Yebra de Basa, Alto G #AvGeek #ADSB https://tar1090.adsbexchange.com/?icao=44866C&zoom=10
Republic EMB170 taking off on a dusky morning from @ATLairport . Love those early morning shots #AvGeek #aviationlovers #aviationlovers #embraer #Atlanta @embraer @embraeraeronaut @diecastryan #planespotting
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