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May 16, 1987 | United Press International
A representative of the U.S. satellite industry said Friday that the Soviet Union may be paid to launch American satellites into space as early as next year. Arthur Dula, who heads Space Commerce Corp. and is acting as an intermediary between the Soviets and American satellite companies, said he hopes to begin putting American satellites on Russian launch vehicles by the end of 1988.
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May 16, 1987 | United Press International
A representative of the U.S. satellite industry said Friday that the Soviet Union may be paid to launch American satellites into space as early as next year. Arthur Dula, who heads Space Commerce Corp. and is acting as an intermediary between the Soviets and American satellite companies, said he hopes to begin putting American satellites on Russian launch vehicles by the end of 1988.
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