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Ball Aerospace has completed two phases in the development of the Weather System Follow-on-Microwave satellite for the U.S. Space Force. The finalization of the system’s spacecraft bus and the conclusion of its microwave imager technology’s environmental assessment will propel the project into its final assembly, integration and testing stages, Ball Aerospace announced from Broomfield, Colorado on Tuesday. […] More
A Raytheon Technologies subsidiary has received a five-year, $11.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop a globally linked Ising machine platform with superconducting electronics components. Raytheon BBN will build and integrate analog and digital control hardware, create an application programming interface and map “algorithms for specific non-deterministic polynomial time hard problems to […] More
Ball Aerospace has secured an $11.9 million contract from NASA to develop a laser pre-stabilization system for the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna laser assembly. The space agency said Thursday the LPS will work to stabilize the high-precision laser systems to be used for gravitational wave detection in space. LISA is a space-based mission that aims […] More
A Kratos Defense & Security Solutions division helped the Department of Defense integrate and deploy a short-range ballistic missile that acted as threat representative target in a live-fire interception activity as part of Pacific Dragon military exercises. The Aegis Readiness Assessment Vehicle Type B utilized a rocket motor from Kratos engaged with a Standard Missile […] More
Lockheed Martin has awarded BAE Systems a contract to design and produce a new seeker technology for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, a weapon developed by Lockheed to help military customers intercept ballistic missile threats. The seeker will be equipped with BAE’s infrared technology to guide THAAD in threat engagement and warhead shootdown, […] More
An industry team led by Sierra Nevada Corp. has received a contract to deploy an uncrewed balloon for the assessment phase of the British defense ministry’s stratospheric communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance project. SNC said Wednesday its team members for the Project Aether demonstration are the company’s mission systems subsidiary in the U.K., World View […] More
Ball Aerospace & Technologies has won a $33.8 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to explore methods for airmen to sustain their mental fitness. AFRL selected the company’s white paper for the competitive Research for Enhancing Airman & Cognitive Health project and obligated $2.8 million at the time of award, the Department of […] More
Ball Aerospace will help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration study instrument designs for measuring atmospheric composition and ocean color as part of its Geostationary Extended Observations program. The company said Thursday it was selected for two 20-month studies to inform the development of next generation geostationary weather satellite constellation the agency is undertaking to […] More
Ball Aerospace has passed the critical design review for a space weather monitoring satellite it is developing to support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s mission objectives. The company said Tuesday completing the CDR for NOAA’s Space Weather Follow On-Lagrange 1 spacecraft meant it can now move to production, integration and test phases. SWFO-L1 is […] More
General Dynamics’ Electric Boat subsidiary has hosted a keel laying ceremony in Quonset Point, Rhode Island, to formally start the construction of the U.S. Navy’s first Columbia-class ballistic missile submarine. The keel plate of the USS District of Columbia, designated as SSBN 826, bore the initials of  Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, the sponsor of the […] More
NASA has tapped Ball Aerospace and Raytheon Technologies‘ intelligence and space business to study the ocean color instrument for a new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Earth observation satellite system. Each was awarded an approximately $5.2 million contract that covers the twenty-month Phase A Study under the Geostationary Extended Observations Program of NOAA, the space […] More
Ball Aerospace and Raytheon Technologies will conduct a twenty-month study of an atmospheric composition instrument for a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite system for Earth observations. NASA said Wednesday Ball Aerospace & Technologies and Raytheon Intelligence & Space were chosen for the Geostationary Extended Observations ACX instrument Phase A Study that will inform the […] More
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