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Maxar Technologies‘ Space Program Delivery team has integrated NASA’s Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution payload with its host spacecraft to monitor and track air pollution in North America. The TEMPO payload, built by Ball Aerospace and in collaboration with NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, is hosted on the Intelsat 40e geostationary communications satellite and will […] More
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has issued a request for information on potential business models that the agency could pursue with the U.S. space industry to support a mission meant to perform low-frequency radar observations of the Earth’s changing surface. JPL is seeking potential industry partners that could help develop a concept of a public-private partnership […] More
Seven startups each won $90,000 in awards to develop technologies that can support small satellite science missions for NASA. The space agency said Saturday it held a two-round competition to select the winners from a pool of 44 participants in the Entrepreneur’s Challenge. The competition sought sensors, electronic systems and autonomous detection technologies for smallsats; […] More
NASA launched SpaceX‘s third crewed mission to the International Space Station, sending four astronauts aboard the Crew Dragon Endurance spacecraft, which was lifted off by the Falcon 9 rocket from the space agency’s Florida-based Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday Crew Dragon Endurance carried NASA’s Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn and Kayla Barron as well as the […] 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
Spire Global has been named a subcontractor in a potential eight-year, $29 million contract that NASA awarded to Harris Miller Miller & Hanson to support the second and third phases of the space agency’s Low-Boom Flight Demonstration initiative using the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology research aircraft. “As NASA develops supersonic technology and aircraft, we join […] More
Jacobs will provide architectural and engineering services in support of NASA’s Southeast Region Architect and Engineering program over a five-year period. The company said Wednesday it is tasked to modernize and develop new systems across multiple NASA facilities and ground support systems under a $300 million multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the agency. Tim Byers, senior vice […] More
NASA has begun to seek information on potential vendors that could provide technology commercialization expertise and staff to support the space agency’s Technology Transfer Program. The agency is seeking potential sources that could help process and evaluate new technology reports from contractors, NASA civil servant employees and grantees and provide subject matter experts across aeronautics, […] More
COSM Advanced Manufacturing Systems and NASA’s Langley Research Center are working to build an autonomous system for 3D printing of metal components in space using an electron beam gun technology. The company received a new Small Business Innovation Research contract to manufacture and demonstrate the Electron Beam Freeform Fabrication tool with algorithms and sensors designed […] More
NASA has asked industry for feedback on how the agency can maximize the long-term efficiency of the Space Launch System, Exploration Ground Systems, Cross-Program Systems Integration and other Exploration Systems Development programs while reducing production, operations and maintenance costs. The agency plans to consolidate SLS contracts into a single Exploration Production and Operations Contract to […] More
NASA has begun to solicit information on potential vendors that could meet its requirement for commercial services to transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station as part of the Commercial Crew Program. NASA expects the ISS to continue operations beyond 2024 and is looking to acquire commercial crew space transportation support services from […] More
NASA has received a six-unit miniature satellite Blue Canyon Technologies built for a mission to investigate the feasibility of autonomous spacecraft swarm operations in low-Earth orbit. The shipment to the agency’s Ames Research Center in California was the first of four CubeSats to be used on the Starling technology demonstration effort, Blue Canyon said Wednesday. […] More
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