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NASA‘s New Horizons exploration spacecraft, built by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, has captured the image of the most distant space object explored in human history yet. The spacecraft, from a distance of 10.6K miles, photographed “Ultima Thule,” an object located within the Kuiper Belt, JHU APL said Wednesday. The object measures about 19.3 mi […] More
Blue Origin‘s New Shepard rocket is scheduled to launch Tuesday and carry nine NASA-backed research and technology payloads into space as part of the agency’s Flight Opportunities program. The NS-10 mission will mark the space vehicle“™s 10th launch and the second time the company will fly a Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory experiment, Blue Origin said […] More
Tom Longstaff, formerly a program manager and principal cybersecurity strategist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s asymmetric operations sector, has returned to Carnegie Mellon University“™s Software Engineering Institute as chief technology officer. He will be responsible for formulating a technical strategy and overseeing an SEI-funded research program based on technology, industry and government trends, the institute said […] More
Paul Stockton, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, has written a report that recommends federal agencies to collaborate with power companies to develop “emergency orders” to guard the U.S. electric grid system against cyber adversaries. APL said Tuesday Stockton explained in his “Resilience for Grid Security Emergencies: Opportunities for Industry-Government Collaboration“ report […] More
A United Launch Alliance-built rocket is set to take off on July 31 from a launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida to bring into space a NASA solar probe, Spaceflight Now reported Friday. The Delta 4-Heavy rocket will lift off in July to carry into space the agency“™s Parker Solar Probe designed to collect data […] More
A solar probe Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory designed and built for NASA has arrived at Lockheed Martin‘s Astrotech Space Operations facility in Florida to begin pre-launch tests and preparations. APL said Thursday the Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to lift off July 31 at the Kennedy Space Center to study the sun’s outer atmosphere over […] More
A Defense Science Board task force has published a report that describes ways to increase the capacity of U.S. undersea assets and manned platforms using unmanned systems. The report titled “Next-Generation Unmanned Undersea Systems” explores how unmanned systems could disrupt adversary strategies and perform operations that are on hold due to lack of assets, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory […] More
NASA“™s Planetary Data System has unveiled Mercury“™s initial global digital elevation model produced through the use of at least 100,000 images and data collected by the space agency“™s MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging spacecraft. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory said Friday the global DEM details the planet“™s lowest and highest elevation and other topographic features. […] More
NASA“™s MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging spacecraft crashed into the planet Mercury“™s surface on April 30 as planned, marking the completion of its four-year mission orbiting the planet. NASA said Friday the impact, estimated to have created a crater up to 50 feet wide on the planet“™s surface, was confirmed by mission controllers at the […] More
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has received the go-ahead to start building NASA“™s Solar Probe Plus spacecraft following a critical design review of its full mission plan by an independent agency panel. The plan includes how the SPP team will perform construction and testing of the spacecraft tasked to study the outer atmosphere […] More
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