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Magellan Aerospace will produce horizontal tails for the F-35 conventional-takeoff-and-landing variant jet under a 20-year agreement the company signed with BAE Systems. The agreement is worth up to $1.17 billion and Magellan has achieved sales of more than $100 million for the F-35 program to date, Magellan Aerospace said Monday. BAE and Magellan announced the memorandum of […] 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
Venus Aerospace, an early-stage, deep technology company, has showcased its first conceptual hypersonic vehicle design envisioned to achieve one-hour global travel at Mach 9 speed. The Houston, Texas-based hypersonic aircraft developer said Tuesday its vehicle engineering team is working on Stargazer, a Mach 9 hypersonic spaceplane whose concept was unveiled during a transportation- and mobility-focused […] More
Venus Aerospace has secured $20 million in a round of Series A financing led by Prime Movers Lab and will use the capital to mature its rocket engine, aircraft shape and cooling technology for its hypersonic aircraft. Draper Associates, Boost, Cantos, Saturn 5, Seraph Group, Tamarack Global and The Helm also participated in the funding […] More
Slingshot Aerospace has received a potential 39-month, $25.2 million contract from the U.S. Space Force to provide a digital twin technology and a training platform. Space Systems Command and the service’s venture arm SpaceWERX will provide funding through the Strategic Financing program to help Slingshot Aerospace further develop its Digital Space Twin to support Space […] More
Clint Crosier, director of aerospace and satellite solutions at Amazon Web Services (AWS) and a retired U.S. Air Force/Space Force major general, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding the challenges and opportunities to establish the U.S. Space Force, the first military service branch in 72 years, during the latest Executive Spotlight interview. Crosier also discussed how AWS Cloud is […] 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
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite that carries L3Harris Technologies’ high-resolution weather observation technology is set to launch on March 1. Once in space, the orbiting NOAA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-T with the L3Harris-made Advanced Baseline Imager will support environmental monitoring and severe weather detection efforts of the U.S., the aerospace and defense company […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ (NYSE: RTX) Collins Aerospace has received a $146.79 million order from the U.S. Air Force to supply airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensor pods to Taiwan as part of a foreign military sales agreement. USAF awarded the order under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for MS-110 Tactical Reconnaissance Pod manufacturing and testing services, the Department […] More
The Aerospace Corp. has formed a Commercial Space Futures organization to help connect space startups to the government, SpaceNews reported Tuesday. Steve Isakowitz, president and CEO of the Aerospace Corp., said the new organization will focus on “making sure that those entities [that are offering technologies to the government] will, in fact, succeed” and addressing […] 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
BlackSky has expanded its constellation of real-time geospatial monitoring satellites with the launch of two spacecraft into orbit to meet global customers’ requirements for Earth imaging and global intelligence services. The company said Thursday the satellites are operational and, within 14 hours of launch, have collected and transferred their first imagery into the Spectra AI […] More
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