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SMC's Statement Regarding Successful Sendoff of the GPS III SV 2 Satellite Launch
conducted a rigorous source selection to ensure the ULA Delta IV rocket met all mission requirements, which included examining every single piece of
Second Successful Qualification Test by Northrop Grumman of the Attitude Control Motor for NASA's Orion Launch Abort System
Preliminary results indicate all eight high pressure valves on the motor performed as expected under hot temperature conditions. The qualification...
Latching Up Done Right ... VORAGO Technologies Receives NASA SBIR Award for Latch-up Protection IC  
solutions that are cost-effective enough to be used in small spacecraft, but with radiation performance that is suitable for longer deep space missions.
ULA's Delta IV Medium's Successful Last Launch and Statement Regarding U.S.A.F.'s GPS III SV02 
Today's final sendoff of the Delta IV Medium+ configuration vehicle successfully launched the U.S.A.F.'s Global Positioning System III SV02
Aerojet Rocketdyne Propels GPS Satellite Constellation on Final Journey
Aerojet Rocketdyne propulsion systems support every phase of mission; from boosting to decommissioning of the final mission for ULA's Delta IV 
BAE Systems RAD750™ Single Board Computers are Part of Payload On U.S.A.F.'s GPS III 
“Security and reliability are key to ensuring warfighters can depend on GPS signals. Our rad-hard RAD750 processor can withstand radiation doses a million times stronger ....”
On the IBC2019 Show Floor: ViaLite's New ODE-MINI
This is ViaLite’s smallest outdoor enclosure yet; the ODE-MINI. The IP65-rated enclosure houses two ViaLiteHD Blue OEM modules (including...
L3Harris Delivers the Eighth Navigation Payload for the USAF's GPS III Satellite to Lockheed Martin
The GPS III navigation payload features a Mission Data Unit (MDU) with a unique 70-percent digital design that links atomic clocks, radiation-hardened...
L-1 ULA's Dress Rehearsal for Launch of USAF's GPS III SV02 and a Peek Behind-the-Scenes 
Here's how the magic happens. First, it's not magic, and it doesn't 'just happen'. Those photos that document the launches require camera crews ...
USAF Space and Missile Systems Center's Statement ... Thanks for the Delta IV Memories 
" ... we bid farewell and thank you to a launch vehicle with an excellent track record in the Delta IV ... look forward to this final, successful launch for this ULA mainstay,”
L3 Technologies Awarded U.S. Army Contract
Work will be performed in Salt Lake City, Utah, with an estimated completion date of August 31, 2021...
New Solutions to Extend LTE Coverage via Helicopters and UAVs to be Developed by Hughes and Virtual Network Communications
The new solutions support various global applications for government, militaries, first responders, and commercial MNOs...
NASA Confirms Ocean Moon Mission ... Europa Clipper
"We are all excited about the decision that moves the Europa Clipper mission one key step closer to unlocking the mysteries of this ocean world,"
Midband Service Class Introduced with a New Iridium Certus™ Transceiver
This new midband device, with L-band speeds ranging from 22 to 88 Kbps., will expand the reach of satellite services to new markets, ranging from...
The 2019 Hyperspace Challenge Invites Tech Startups to Collaborate with Government Agencies
A one-of-a-kind program, Hyperspace Challenge brings together technology startups and government innovators from around the country to collaborate...
Earth Observation Breakthroughs Achieved by Orbital Micro Systems
Along with improving temporal resolution, OMS’ technology has made a profound improvement in data clarity. Its spatial resolution of 15 km. — compared...
New Executive Member Joins the Satellite Industry Association
In July, Kuiper Systems filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for authority to launch and operate a...
GITAI Announces Results of Funding Round to Achieve Sending "World's Greatest Robot Working in Space"
“I have devoted my entire life to robots...I have one more childhood dream. And that is to create the first robot that works in space."
Lepton Global Receives USCG Satellite Services Support Contract
The company will provide iDirect-based Ku-band satellite communications, including data and voice, to USCG Mobile Command Vehicles (MCVs) and...
NASA Engineering Services Contract Awarded to The Aerospace Corporation
Aerospace will provide NASA with highly specialized functional expertise to support mission success. In addition, the company will provide...