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Aug 16 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 8/12/19

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Aug 13 2019

Civvie Science Flight 40

Captain Jebediah takes time off from Ascension mission training to complete a final atmospheric sampling run over Area ATM-14 that will end a 2-year study on regional tree pollen levels

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Aug 09 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 8/5/19

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Jun 14 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 6/10/19

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Jun 07 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 6/3/19

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May 10 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 5/6/19

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May 08 2019

Civvie Science Flight 39

Flight Officer Aldeny flies to the plains north of KSC to gather pollen level data surrounding Area ATM-11 for the Field Research Team’s quarterly survey, although the collection was limiited due to weather

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May 03 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 4/29/19

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Apr 26 2019

Operations Summary – Week of 4/22/19

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Feb 26 2019

C7 Effectively Shut Down by Government Investigation

Earlier today a raid by government authorities at the company headquarters in Kravass rounded up the entire executive division of C7 Aerospace, leaving the company without leadership. The entirety of the company’s financial assets have also been secured and frozen. All employees have been furloughed without pay and told they must remain available for investigators. This was all revealed at a press conference held just recently outside the C7 corporate headquarters. What wasn’t mentioned is why the government is taking such a strong-armed approach against a privately-owned company, which sets a potentially disturbing precedent. We are pleased at least that the top executives weren’t spirited away in the midst of the night or something equally as sinister, but are still left slightly worried given the fact that we are also a privately-owned company and we are close working partners with C7 Aerospace. As of yet, no mention has been made of the KSA and no government agents showed up at KSC today – C7 employees here at the Cape simply received notification of their status shortly after the press conference concluded.

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