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Rocket Lab has secured hardware supply contracts worth $14 million combined from two satellite builders under the Space Development Agency’s Tranche 1 Transport Layer prototype development program. Lockheed Martin and another T1TL contractor ordered lightband separation systems that will work to connect and detach satellites from rockets once the launch vehicles get into orbit, Rocket […] More
Northrop Grumman demonstrated at a military networked warfare exercise the preliminary model of a tactical ground station space-ground prototype it is building under a U.S. Army program. At the Project Convergence event, the semi-autonomous, mobile Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node pre-prototype system showcased its ability to process data from various commercial and military space systems […] More
Northrop Grumman kicked off a seventh cargo flight under NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services 2 contract on Monday morning to deliver over 8,200 pounds of science experiments and crew supplies to the International Space Station. The Cygnus spacecraft, nicknamed ‘S.S. Sally Ride’ after the first American woman to reach space, launched from the agency’s Wallops Flight Facility […] More
Rocket Lab has commenced operations on its new testing facility at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi where it will develop and test the Archimedes reusable engine.  The aerospace manufacturer’s Archimedes Test Complex will see testing work on 165,000 pound-force of engines, which will be utilized for the production of its reusable Neutron launch vehicle, […] More
NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California has licensed a rocket-launching concept to Fenix Space and is in discussions with another company that wants to further develop the new technology for deploying satellites into orbit. The Towed-Glider Air Launch System seeks to employ a private jet that would pull an unmanned sailplane carrying a launch […] More
SpiderOak Mission Systems will help the Department of Defense create a hybrid architecture that aims to enable space-based communications by bringing together government and commercial networks. The Defense Innovation Unit has selected SpiderOak’s OrbitSecure software to demonstrate end-to-end cybersecurity in the space domain as part of the project, the company said Wednesday. OrbitSecure uses a […] More
A National Security Space Launch mission, called U.S. Space Force-44, aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off Tuesday from a launch complex at Kennedy Space Center in Florida to deploy multiple satellites into geosynchronous Earth orbit. The Space Force said Tuesday the Space Launch Delta 45 unit supported the USSF-44 mission, which included the Long […] More
The U.S. Space Force has updated the draft request for proposals for a potential $350 million information technology contract that seeks to procure innovation, integration and information support services. The 3IS III contract will include systems and software engineering, computer systems support and communications security work for the 12th Delta Operations Squadron and its subordinate […] More
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Collins Aerospace a $42 million contract to work on the production of a modern communication system meant for the anticipated Survivable Airborne Operations Center.  Collins Aerospace’s development of the Common Very Low Frequency Receiver Increment 2 under the 30-month award is envisioned to aid the SAOC weapon system in […] More
Relativity Space entered into an agreement with NASA to expand its test operations at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi. The additional facilities will serve as a testing site for Relativity’s Aeon R 3D-printed rocket engines in 2023, themanufacturing company said Tuesday. Aeon R engines will be installed on Terran R, Relativity’s […] More
Chris Emerson, former CEO and chairman of Airbus‘ U.S. space and defense business, has joined the board of directors of Firefly Aerospace to provide industry expertise as the company pursues space transportation opportunities. Emerson brings to the Firefly board more than 25 years of experience in aerospace and defense, space as well as commercial aviation, […] More
Lockheed Martin demonstrated at the company’s inaugural Destination: Space 2050 event a self-adapting autonomous platform and quantum technology that could support future defense, civil and commercial space missions. Lockheed said Thursday the event sought to incite discussion among experts and customers about the space’s future in the areas of space defense, extraplanetary operations, space logistics, […] More
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