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Rocket Lab Opens Their Launch Complex 2 in the U.S.
Located at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island, Virginia, Rocket Lab Launch Complex 2 represents a new national launch capability...
 
Space Fence Nearing Operational Acceptance by U.S. Air Force
Space Fence will use its flexibility, coverage, and sensitivity to detect and accurately track significantly more objects than the current-day catalog...
 
ISRO Launches Spy Satellite and Nine Foreign Ride-Along Satellites 
Indian Space Research Organisation successfully launched their nation's latest spy satellite RISAT-2BR1 along with nine foreign satellites from ...
 
Kratos Gleans a $39 Million Geolocation Global Support Services Contract
Kratos will provide continuous RF monitoring services for government leased bandwidth on commercial satellites and bandwidth on military...
 
L3Harris Technologies' $50 Million Order for HF Radios from U.S. Marine Corps
... the AN/PRC-160 is the smallest, lightest and fastest wideband HF manpack that provides 10X throughput over legacy systems, and is is the only ... 
 
The Space Force Appears Cleared For Launch
Lawmakers hint that bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act will create a new military branch
 
Will New Plasma Thrusters Keep Next-Gen Satellites Safe?
The Air Force has hired a Michigan company to see if thrusters based on plasma could help satellites evade incoming fire.
 
Gilat’s Wavestream  More than $6 Million of Products to U.S. DoD
This venture is the first award for Gilat of a five-year base-period of potentially over $10M of deliveries to the U.S. DoD.
 
Envistacom Awarded $47.8 Million SATCOM Contract from U.S. Army
Envistacom will provide installation, training, relocation, integration, and upgrades for new, legacy and existing DKETs, DKET LT (“Lite” version) and ...
 
Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization Payload Program Passes CDR
The CDR was the culmination of more than two months of review by the government and contractor team assessing the maturity of the payload...
 
Chinese Spy Blimp Spotted by Satellite Image in Disputed South China Sea
Satellite surveillance imagery captured by an Israeli satellite firm has revealed China’s deployment of a spy blimp in an apparent effort to monitor disputed portions of the South China Sea.
 
Orbion and DOD Plan to Protect Space Systems and Economy Against Threats
"The U.S. must aggressively pursue all measures that would increase its resiliency in space or risk falling far, far behind."
 
China's First Electromagnetic Satellite Bears Fruitful Results
The satellite has enabled China to obtain a global geomagnetic map and an ionospheric map with its own intellectual property rights.
 
Hypersonic and Ballistic Space Senor Tracking Phase IIa Contract Assigned to Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman is developing a highly capable, affordable, survivable and extensible space-based sensing solution for hypersonic and ballistic...
 
WGS-10 Accepted by U.S. Space Command into Operational Constellation
Following handover, Space and Missile Systems Center’s WGS program office, in collaboration with the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, completed...
 
Mystery Military Satellite Launch by Russia
Now on-orbit, the "item" is alleged to be packed with optical ISR components and what is termed an "inspection" device, all bundled together ...
 
E3/Sentinel Easing into EASF for COMSATCOM
During this five-year, firmed-fixed (FFP) Task Order, E3/Sentinel will support a range of support services for AFCSCO and help transform Commercial ...
 
Vandenberg AFB to Become a Spaceport of the Future?
Stevens, who has worked at the base since the 1980s, spoke about Vandenberg’s vision as a “spaceport of the future” during the...
 
European Special Ops Forces Obtain COTM Services from NIC4 and Get SAT
Innovation to enhance secure, on-the-move communications is coming in smaller packages, leading to the opening of more markets for...
 
In Support of DoD SATCOM Services, $9+ Million Award to Iridium
Work will be performed in McLean, Virginia (50%); and Tempe, Arizona (50%), and is expected to be complete in November of 2021...