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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
Lockheed Martin has received a $68.3 million contract from the U.S. Navy to deliver services and materials to the U.K. in support of its strategic systems programs. The contractor’s space business will provide engineering, technical support services and deliverables needed for the U.K. Fleet Ballistic Missile Program, the Department of Defense said Friday. Contract requirements […] More
A Northrop Grumman–Ball Aerospace team will build infrared sensor payloads for the U.S. Space Force’s future polar-orbiting missile warning satellites. The partners will work on sensors for two Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared Polar satellites that the military would use to detect and track infrared heat signatures of ballistic and hypersonic projectiles, Northrop said Tuesday. […] More
Ball Aerospace helped NASA complete the critical design review of a satellite designed to map the sky and support scientists’ study on the cause of cosmic inflation in the universe’s earlier stages. The company said Wednesday it designed, integrated and tested the Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer […] More
The Missile Defense Agency has initiated a mentor-protege program and is looking to expand the participation of small businesses in the research and development of advanced technologies meant to expand the U.S. military’s radar and ballistic missile defense systems. According to a broad agency announcement posted Monday on Sam.gov, the MDA Office of Small Business […] More
A Northrop Grumman and Ball Aerospace-built missile warning sensor payload candidate for the U.S. Space Force has passed three rounds of space environment testing that simulated conditions in geosynchronous Earth orbit. The Next Generation Persistent Infrared GEO Engineering Development Unit payload underwent ambient functional evaluation, thermal vacuum chamber and acoustic testing and other experiments to […] More
NASA launched a Ball Aerospace-built space observatory Thursday for the agency’s joint mission with its Italian counterpart to study X-rays from supermassive black holes, supernova remnants and other high-energy objects in the universe. The Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer spacecraft lifted Thursday aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket and will use three telescopes with sensitive detectors to […] More
A team of Northrop Grumman and Raytheon Technologies has received approval from the Missile Defense Agency for a software factory the companies jointly created as part of MDA’s Next-Generation Interceptor development competition. MDA approved the factory along with related digital infrastructure after the industry team completed a testing process, Northrop said Monday. The two companies’ […] More
A Raven Industries subsidiary was tasked by the Defense Innovation Unit to demonstrate the use of stratospheric balloons to enhance warfighter’s situational awareness at the tactical edge. Under the DIU contract, the Thunderhead Balloon Systems of Raven Aerostar will carry prototype communications nodes to try to connect units and integrated payloads for airborne data collection […] More
Northrop Grumman completed in August the first insulation and case wind processes of a first-stage solid rocket motor for the U.S. Air Force’s future intercontinental ballistic missile. The company said Friday it applied insulation and composite outer casing across the three-stage Ground Based Strategic Deterrent’s motor to achieve the manufacturing milestone. The insulation will help […] More
Ball Aerospace has shipped a new observatory spacecraft to Cape Canaveral, Florida, for an upcoming NASA mission that will measure cosmic X-ray polarization while in orbit. The company said Wednesday it built the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer under a collaboration with NASA and the Italian Space Agency. IXPE will launch in December from Kennedy Space […] More
Ball Aerospace has expanded its presence in Colorado with the opening of a new 160,000-square-foot facility that will focus on building payloads and providing post-launch support for various space programs. The new Payload Development Facility adds advanced integration and test areas, a mission support center, more offices and cleanroom space to the existing Broomfield Research […] More
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