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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
Battelle and its Astrotech subsidiary partner will continue their collaboration in developing a portable mass spectrometer onto the second phase of the U.S. military’s three-phase Next Generation Chemical Detector program. Astrotech said Tuesday Battelle and 1st Detect Corp. will move forward to testing and evaluation of the latter’s prototype Multi-Sample Identifier Detector. “We are working in close collaboration with our key partner […] More
Battelle has contracted Astrotech subsidiary 1st Detect Corp. to develop portable mass spectrometers for the U.S. military next-generation chemical detector program. The collaboration will rely on Batelle“™s experience in biological and chemical defense tools and 1st Detect“™s miniaturization technology to come up with a prototype multisample identifier, Astrotech said Thursday. Thomas B. Pickens III, chairman and […] More
Space Systems Command has transported the Northrop Grumman-built long-duration propulsive-evolved expendable launch vehicle secondary payload adapter to Astrotech Space Operations’ processing facility in Florida in preparation for the U.S. Space Force-67 launch mission in 2023. The LDPE-3A satellite bus will launch aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket and will carry multiple experimental and prototype payloads designed […] More
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has completed the final clean room procedures needed before the transfer of a NASA solar probe to the launchpad, from where it will embark on a voyage to the study the sun. APL on July 11 mated the Parker Solar Probe to the Northrop Grumman-built Star 48BV rocket motor that would […] More
The team of NASA and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has fully integrated a spacecraft that is scheduled to launch in August on a mission to study the sun up close. NASA said Thursday an eight-foot-diameter heat shield was reinstalled on Parker Solar Probe last week after engineers initially attached the system to the spacecraft as part of tests […] 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 U.S. Air Force satellite is scheduled Friday to launch into orbit aboard the Orbital ATK-built Minotaur IV rocket that will lift off from a launch pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, Spaceflight Insider reported Wednesday. The Operationally Responsive Space 5 satellite will work to provide situational awareness capabilities as the U.S. military […] More
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