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Boeing has confirmed that, if selected by Canada to supply fighter jets, final assembly of its F/A-18 Block III Super Hornets would happen in St. Louis. Canada's $11 billion Future Fighter Capability Project is weighing options for the acquisition of 88 fighter jets, including the Lockheed Martin F-35 and Saab Gripen E.
The Chilean Air Force's fleet of Sikorsky S-70i Black Hawk helicopters have been a key part of the country's coronavirus response, with the fleet used for patient transport when hospitals reached capacity.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been named the prime contractor to oversee development of Japan's domestically produced fighter jet. Japan is investing $40 billion to develop its own jet, with plans to field the aircraft in the 2030s.
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Honeywell has tapped Ansys to support Honeywell's digital transformation and process improvement initiative. "This work with Ansys will improve efficiencies, reduce costs and help our customers get the products they need quicker," said Honeywell's Suresh Venkatarayalu. Read more for Ansys newsroom.
Samples of the asteroid Bennu have been locked away in the OSIRIS-REx collection chamber as the NASA mission attempts to return the samples to Earth in 2023. "This achievement by OSIRIS-REx on behalf of NASA and the world has lifted our vision to the higher things we can achieve together, as teams and nations," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.