Toulouse 27/06/2017 – Today, OneWeb Satellites inaugurates its assembly line in Toulouse, the beating heart of Airbus’ manufacturing expertise, to begin end-to-end validation, testing, and integration of its first satellites set for launch in just over nine months.
– Wells rues missing out on world’s largest luff at the start
– Trimarans faced with huge anticyclonic ridge head north
– IDEC Sport reels in Macif to take the lead
After enjoying a magnificent start from the place of its birth in St Nazaire on Sunday, the Queen Mary 2 has powered into a commanding lead of over 250 miles after 24 hours of racing in The Bridge Centennial Transat race. She has left the four giant trimarans in her long wake. In the battle behind, the veteran record-breaker Francis Joyon and his crew on IDEC Sport reeled in the young gun Francois Gabart and MACIF on Monday afternoon to lead by 9 miles at the 19:00 ranking (French time)
The 7 heavyweights contending the GC32 Racing Tour title are heading to Sardinia, in the southeast corner of the island, where they will race against each other from Wednesday 28th June to Saturday 1st July in the GC32 Villasimius Cup. All the competing GC32 teams are eager to try out racing at this new sailing venue. Measuring up against Sébastien Rogues’ Team ENGIE, the other teams, who come to Sardinia in peak form, will leave the French team little room for manoeuvre. Sébastien Rogues is confident in his team’s potential, and arrives in the Mediterranean more focused than ever.
- Force uses decommissioned Windows XP more than any other operating system
- Windows recently took unusual step of releasing patch over hacking fears
- ICO audit also criticised use of software
- Warnings come after cyber-attacks on Parliament and NHS
The Metropolitan Police is facing fresh cyber-security fears over its use of the XP operating system on more than 18,000 police computers.
Captain Couto, from the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, poses for the media at Wellington Barracks on June 26, 2017.
Photo by: Corporal Jay Ekin, Canadian Armed Forces
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June 26, 2017 – London, United Kingdom – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces
Today, for the first time in history, the Queen’s Guard at Buckingham Palace is commanded by a Canadian Army female Infantry Officer.
Navigation Payload Delivered for Third Satellite in Most Powerful GPS Constellation Ever
DENVER, June 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — In a specialized cleanroom designed to streamline satellite production, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is in full production building GPS III – the world’s most powerful GPS satellites. The company’s second GPS III satellite is now assembled and preparing for environmental testing, and the third satellite is close behind, having just received its navigation payload.
June 26, 2017 – Yellowknife, N.W.T – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces
A group of about 140 Canadian Armed Forces members and employees from other government departments and agencies will take part in Operation NUNAKPUT 2017 from June 26 to July 18 in the Northwest Territories.