Rocket Report: NASA chief hits back at Boeing, Falcon 9’s extended coast

Cartoon rocket superimposed over real rocket launch.

Enlarge / The mighty Delta IV Heavy rocket takes to the skies. (credit: Aurich Lawson/United Launch Alliance)

Welcome to Edition 2.26 of the Rocket Report! We've got a feature-length report today, stuffed like a stocking full of stories about launch from around the world. This is our final issue before a holiday break, but we'll be back with all the news that's fit to lift on January 9.

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