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Brian Frutchey, chief technology officer for BigBear.ai, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to discuss the official closing of the company’s merger with GigCapital4 and the greater capabilities its customers will gain access to in critical aspects like energy AI and other key areas. In addition, Frutchey also discussed the […] More
United Launch Alliance has expanded its supplier network for machined and fabricated parts of its Atlas V rocket with the addition of Maynard, a Wichita, Kansas-based component manufacturer. The launch services provider said Friday Maynard’s workforce will augment its launch and schedule capability needed to support customer requirements. Tory Bruno, president and CEO of ULA […] More
The shortage of microchip supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic is slowing down the progress of satellite efforts under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a program manager told SpaceNews Thursday.  Stephen Forbes, Blackjack program manager, said DARPA is eyeing to launch 12 satellites into low Earth orbit by 2022 but the disruption in the […] More

Executive Mosaic, the leading provider in connecting, promoting and branding government and government contracting (GovCon) executives of consequence, is thrilled to announce that Roy Azevedo, president of Intelligence & Space (I&S) for Raytheon Technologies, has been named a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award for leading and advancing space technology and other technical capabilities to assist the U.S. military advancements as well as drive company growth.  

Northrop Grumman on Saturday launched the Cygnus cargo spacecraft on a mission to deliver 7,400 pounds of NASA‘s scientific equipment and crew supplies to the  International Space Station. The company said Saturday its vehicle, nicknamed S.S. John Young, lifted off at 4:01 a.m. Eastern time from the Wallops Flight Facility’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport Pad 0A  in Virginia aboard the medium-class Antares rocket. […] More
Ball Aerospace & Technologies has received a contract from the Defense Department to design a low-Earth orbit satellite system to support weather forecasting across maritime regions. The company said Wednesday it will serve as prime contractor on the Weather System Follow-on ““ Microwave program and conduct risk reduction efforts for the LEO satellite. WSF-M will be designed […] More
Bob Genter, senior vice president and general manager of the federal civilian customer group at Science Applications International Corp., has said the company will support current and future applied engineering technology programs at NASA‘s Goddard Space Flight Center under a potential five-year, $620 million contract. The company will also carry out support for the components, subsystems, systems and instruments of […] More
Wizbe Innovations has started to develop a technology for the U.S. Army and NASA to control unmanned parachutes, Morning Sentinel reported Sunday. Keith Edwards writes the startup company uses what Wizbe describes as smart materials to design a system that would help control the speed and direction of unmanned parachutes. The goal is to help the […] More
Lockheed Martin will move forward with the full-scale fabrication phase of its Orion spacecraft for NASA‘s Exploration Mission-1 as the agency and company have reported most of a critical design review as complete. “The vast majority of Orion’s design is over, and now we will only change things when new requirements come into play,” Michael Hawes, a […] More
Lockheed Martin and Sierra Nevada's space systems division have introduced the orbital spacecraft composite airframe of the Dream Chaser vehicle that SNC is developing for NASA's human spaceflight program. Mark Sirangelo, corporate vice president of space systems, said Friday that Lockheed has begun work to to manufacture the Dream Chaser orbital structure airframes. The structure will serve as […] More
A Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. team has reviewed the design of a weather monitoring satellite for NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The company said it reviewed the Joint Polar Satellite System-1 spacecraft before more than 100 representatives from the agencies and instrument providers for the JPSS-1 spacecraft. Completing the review means the […] More
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