Pretty impressive how they are ramping up their launch schedule. In 2015 Falcon 9 probably will be the most often flown US rocket.
The Boeing electric thrusters are supposed to save weight over chemical propulsion on the kick stage to do the final insertion to geosynchronous orbit.
Anyone know the specs on these thrusters?
Would be more impressive, if they actually do that. Their planned launch schedule of 2014 was also pretty ambitious, but much ado about nothing in the end, with "just" six launches.
Arianespace in 2014: Six Ariane 5, one VEGA and also four Soyuz-2 launches from Kourou
Or for the US:
Atlas: 9 launches
Delta: 5 launches
Antares: 3 launches
But don't talk about the R-7 ... 22 launches in 2014.