Sirius Satellite inducted into Hall of Fame
New York - Apr 2, 2002 - On Apr. 11, 2002, Sirius Satellite Radio will be inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame. Each year the space foundation honors innovators who transform technology originally developed for space into commercial products.
Sirius is being recognized for its satellite radio service. Following the company's service launch that began in February, Sirius will offer service to 39 states over the coming weeks, with full nationwide distribution available July 1.
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