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The U.S. Navy has moved forward in the process to take control of the Mobile User Objective System constellation’s fourth satellite after MUOS contractor Lockheed Martin completed a series of on-orbit tests Monday. MUOS-4 is scheduled for transition to its on-orbit operational slot in the spring of 2016 prior to the satellite's scheduled operational acceptance, Lockheed said […] More
The U.S. Navy received initial signals from its new Lockheed Martin-built Mobile User Objective System satellite three hours after it launched Wednesday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the Navy reported. MUOS-4 was scheduled to launch Monday but was postponed due to a tropical storm. Lockheed said MUOS-4 lifted off onboard a United Launch Alliance-made Atlas V rocket to […] More
Lockheed Martin has finished the encapsulation of a fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite for military communications into a protective launch vehicle fairing platform. MOUS-4 is scheduled to lift off Aug. 31 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida aboard an Atlas V rocket and would be the newest addition to the U.S. Navy‘s […] More
Lockheed Martin has concluded the development of the fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite to complete the MUOS fleet. The U.S. Navy and Lockheed transported the MUOS-4 satellite to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida from Moffett Federal Airfield aboard a C-5 Galaxy aircraft, Lockheed said Monday. MUOS-4 is scheduled for launch in August aboard a […] More
Lockheed Martin has turned over a third Mobile User Objective System satellite to the U.S. Navy after the company completed on-orbit testing on the spacecraft. MUOS-3 is part of a network of satellites and relay ground stations designed to provide secure mobile communications to military users, Lockheed Martin said Wednesday. “This latest satellite will expand the MUOS network's coverage […] More
Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy are set to launch the third Mobile User Objective System satellite on Tuesday from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The satellite system will take off on board a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, Lockheed said Monday. ULA says the 44-minute launch window will begin at 7:43 […] More
The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin team has encased the latest Mobile User Objective System satellite within its payload fairing ahead of the scheduled Jan. 20 launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. Iris Bombelyn, vice president of narrowband communications at Lockheed, said Friday the MUOS-3 satellite will work to expand the coverage of the MUOS mobile satellite communications network. She […] More
Lockheed Martin has tested the U.S. Navy‘s fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite for extreme temperature endurance. The company performed the thermal vacuum test at its Sunnyvale, California-based satellite integration facility and MUOS-4 is scheduled for launch in the second half of 2015, Lockheed said Monday. “The successful completion of thermal vacuum testing assures that MUOS-4 can endure the extreme hot and […] More
The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin moved closer to the completion of the Mobile User Objective System constellation with a new satellite delivery to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Nov. 5. MUOS-3 is the third spacecraft in the satellite array and is due for further tests before it is loaded onto an Atlas V rocket for  launch early next year. The […] More
Lockheed Martin will perform the final testing phase on its fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite following the completion of the acoustic tests. That MUOS satellite will undergo thermal vacuum testing, as well as environmental and final system trials over the next few months before its scheduled launch in the summer of 2015, Lockheed Martin said […] More
Lockheed Martin has scheduled the delivery the third Mobile User Objective System satellite to the U.S. Navy for 2014 following the completion of environmental testing. The MUOS satellite went through simulated hot and cold temperature testing in a vacuum at Lockheed's Dual Entry Large Thermal Altitude chamber, Lockheed said Thursday. “We are committed to quality, and our […] More
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