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April 30, 2014
07:19 EDTORB, ATKOrbital Sciences move positive, says Stifel
After Orbital (ORB) and ATK (ATK) announced that their defense and aerospace units would merge, Stifel thinks the transaction will enable Orbital to significantly increase its rocket and satellite capabilities, allowing it to compete more effectively against larger companies. The firm keeps a Buy rating on Orbital.
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July 21, 2014
08:35 EDTATKATK receives international contracts totaling $220M from U.S. allies
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July 17, 2014
06:21 EDTORBOrbital backs 2014 adjusted EPS view $1.10-$1.20, consensus $1.16
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06:21 EDTORBOrbital reports Q2 adjusted EPS 34c, consensus 29c
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July 16, 2014
08:34 EDTATKATK and Alenia Aermacchi complete testing on Italian Air Force aircraft
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July 13, 2014
15:55 EDTORBOrbital successfully launches Antares rocket carrying Cygnus spacecraft
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July 12, 2014
16:37 EDTORBOrbital near ready to launch AntaresTM rocket
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July 11, 2014
12:06 EDTORBOrbital delays launch of Antares rocket by additional day
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July 9, 2014
07:43 EDTORBWorries about Orbital Sciences Export-Import exposure overdone, says Wells Fargo
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July 8, 2014
11:02 EDTATKNorthrop Grumman, ATK complete testing of PMBSS
Northrop Grumman (NOC) and ATK (ATK) have completed static testing of the primary mirror backplane support structure, moving NASA's James Webb Space Telescope one step closer to its 2018 launch. The structure was delivered to Northrop Grumman's facilities in Redondo Beach, completing a path program milestone. Static testing demonstrates that the backplane has the structural integrity to withstand the forces and vibrations of launch, and is the final test prior to starting the integration of the backplane with the rest of the telescope.

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