Kansas thinks it would be a good place for companies that build satellites and other space-bound objects. In this photo, an Atlas 5 rocket carrying the WorldView-4 satellite was launched in November at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Kansas thinks it would be a good place for companies that build satellites and other space-bound objects. In this photo, an Atlas 5 rocket carrying the WorldView-4 satellite was launched in November at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Matt Hartman Associated Press
Kansas thinks it would be a good place for companies that build satellites and other space-bound objects. In this photo, an Atlas 5 rocket carrying the WorldView-4 satellite was launched in November at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Matt Hartman Associated Press

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