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But once again this small science satellite, originally slated for launch in June 1995, found itself all dressed up with no place to go.
WESTERN GOVERNMENTS HAVE VIRTUally no firsthand knowledge of Russian nuclear-weapon launch controls.
Its sophisticated equipment, elaborate mission plans and multiple satellite deployments created a host of factors that could delay its takeoffs--anathema to customers like the Department of Defense (DOD), who needed to know that they could count on having a promptly available launch vehicle in case they needed to replace a critical but malfunctioning satellite.