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launch

the introduction of a NEW PRODUCT onto the market. See PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE, TEST MARKETING, PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING EFFECTIVENESS TESTS.
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Assuming a participant launches its first payload successfully, it'll be asked to gear up again and launch a second time, from a different site, with a different payload, and aim for a different orbit just a few "days or weeks" later.
Also, 2017 was a record-breaking year for satellite launches, with a total of 466 satellites launched.
The 19th SOPS has supported 27 GPS satellite launches during the past 15 years, culminating with the GPS IIF-12 satellite launched Feb.
An automaker would prepare for months with trial builds, simulations, test production and other methods to ensure that launches would go smoothly.
The launch firmly establishes PSLV as ISRO's workhorse rocket, which has had 21 successful launches in a row.
"The sequence of events that we see before us is most likely to be four Ariane launches - already scheduled for 15 May, 19 June, and late July - then three Soyuz, followed by one or two more Ariane.
China has set up a target of launching 20 rockets and 25 satellites into space by the end of this year, making it the second country after Russia to accomplished that many launches in a year.
As Social Media gains more and more prominence, entrepreneurs have discovered the value of building a following and are now seeing the Internet as the easiest, most cost-effective and robust channel for their product launches. The challenge is that there are so many important aspects to successfully launching a product online, and many businesses fail because they do not have a workable system for facilitating their product launches.
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Ahead of Tuesday's launch Won Tae-jae, a South Korea defence ministry spokesman, defended his country's space programme saying the launch vehicle differed vastly from the North's controversial rocket launches.
. IN 2008, in Wales, there were a total of 1,097 RNLI lifeboat launches, and 1,107 people rescued.
The H-IIA launch vehicle is Japan's key launch vehicle, having already successfully concluded 13 of 14 launches. Since the seventh launch in February 2005, the H-IIA launch vehicle has recorded eight consecutive successful launches, a success rate equal to those of LSPs in Europe and the U.S.