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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...
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 
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...
NASA Puts Alabama Center in Charge of Moon Lander Program, Drawing Texans’ Ire
To be fair, Texas is getting a piece of the action in NASA’s Artemis moon program as well: NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston
Seeking a PSLV Manufacturer is NewSpace India's Quest
The company will initially outsource five PSLVs — Indian rockets that can lift light payloads to LEO some 600 km in space. NSIL has called a pre-bid...
ULA's Vulcan Centaur Rocket to Launch Astrobotic Payloads to the Moon
Astrobotic’s Peregrine lunar lander will launch on a Vulcan Centaur rocket from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in ...
Metis Technology Solutions' New First VP of Space Programs ... He is Custom Made for the Job
he provided day-to-day management of three NASA projects at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA Ames and for the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
State-Of-The-Art Event Space Opened by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
The TEC will be a year-round resource for the geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) community and any organization interested in hosting events in...
Proposals Selected by NASA for Smallsat Technologies Demos to Study Interplanetary Space
Both proposals, funded at $400,000 for nine month mission concept studies, were selected based on potential technology and science value...
Turkey’s Active Communications Satellite Fleet to Grow to Six
Turksat 5A is being made to earn new rights of frequencies. Turksat 5B, on the other hand, will increase the capacity at 42 degrees east longitude
First Time Ever, NASA Catches Impressive Shockwaves Bursting out of Sun
An interplanetary shockwave bubbling and bursting out of the Sun has been captured on tape by NASA, for the first time ever. The jaw-dropping footage
VORAGO Technologies' Latch-Up IC Grant Award by NASA
The new project to create a radiation-hardened Latch-up protection IC is consistent with VORAGO’s technology expertise and commercial ...
Coming October 21 in DC ... The 70th International Astronautical Congress
Earth’s coasts play an ever-increasing role in the economy of nations, ecology of oceans and health of both. Nearly 40 percent of the world’s human...
Final Four Site Candidates Selected by NASA for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Since its arrival in December 2018, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has mapped the entire asteroid in order to identify the safest and most ...
ManTech International Corporation Acquires H2M Group as Well as Their Intelligence Analysis Expertise
This acquisition strengthens ManTech’s ability to help key government agencies implement new automation techniques that enable intelligence...
DARPA Enlists ... BAE Systems to Develop Machine Learning Capabilities for Space Scenarios
The team will build on Phase 1 work of the program, and continue to leverage the decade-long development of the company's...
Lasers and Machine Guns: Why Russia Should Fear France’s Killer Satellites
“If our satellites are threatened, we envisage blinding those of our enemies. We will judge the moment and the means of retaliation.”
A Series of Satellites Will Be Launched to Identify the Largest Producers of Greenhouse Gases
The production of greenhouses gases like methane often get underestimated. These satellites could provide more accurate readings.
LeoLabs Unveils Commercial Satellite Tracking Service for Smallsat and Cubesat Operators
LeoTrack promises satellite operators a range of monitoring capabilities, including precision tracking of satellites, orbital state vectors, real-time orbit visualisation and more.