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The Aerospace Corp. has formed a Commercial Space Futures organization to help connect space startups to the government, SpaceNews reported Tuesday. Steve Isakowitz, president and CEO of the Aerospace Corp., said the new organization will focus on “making sure that those entities [that are offering technologies to the government] will, in fact, succeed” and addressing […] More
Steve Isakowitz, president and CEO of Aerospace Corp., has said adopting a flexible architecture can help the U.S. military and industry update satellites with a new payload or augment constellations, SpaceNews reported Monday. He told the publication in an interview the government should use an enterprise-level approach and simplify the decision-making process to manage the country’s […] More
The U.S. Army‘s Rapid Capabilities Office has selected a team from federally funded research and development center operator Aerospace Corp. as the winner of a competition that sought artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that could support electronic warfare missions. Platypus Aerospace won the $100K first-place award at the Army Signal Classification Challenge while TeamAU — a group […] More
Randy Kendall, vice president of launch program operations at Aerospace Corp., has said the U.S. military has showed renewed interest in partnering with commercial space startups driven by technological advances and space-based national security threats, SpaceNews reported Sunday. “Today feels like 1998, that was the last time we had the same level of enthusiasm with […] More
NASA has awarded a contract to a subsidiary of The Aerospace Corp. to support the extravehicular activities project office within the space agency’s Johnson Space Center. The Aerospace Corp. said Thursday Vaeros‘ human space flight directorate will work to help NASA consolidate contracts and assist in the management of future acquisitions, maintenance of proprietary data and mitigation […] More
The Aerospace Corp. has launched a study that aims to make position, navigation and timing services more resilient through the development of a user-device platform that will work to combine PNT signals from multiple sources. The nonprofit organization said Monday it will use an open-source method to develop a user-device system designed to collect PNT […] More
Edward Bolton, a retired U.S. Air Force major, has been appointed as Aerospace Corp.‘s next vice president of special studies effective April 11. The 37-year Air Force veteran will eventually take the role of senior vice president for systems planning, engineering and quality on July 1 to succeed the retiring Rand Fisher, Aerospace Corp. said Thursday. […] More
An Aerospace Corp.-built CubeSat has reached orbit after it lifted onboard the Atlas V rocket at California-based Vandenberg Air Force Base Thursday. NASA said Saturday the CubeSat spacecraft is part of the Optical Communications and Sensor Demonstration mission that will work to assess the capability of the miniature satellite to perform laser-based data transfer at a […] More
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