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NCAA March Madness is one of the most anticipated sporting events each year. The spectacle of seeing the best teams and the best players in the U.S compete for one of the top prizes in sports generates excitement. Just like March Madness, you can participate in the GovCon competition yourself. This year, the competition to win […] More
United Launch Alliance CEO Tory Bruno has said the company seeks to retire the medium-lift version of its Delta IV rocket between 2018 and 2019, Defense News reported Sunday. Aaron Mehta writes Bruno told Defense News during a March 3 interview the company identified cost as a challenge in having both the Delta IV and […] More
Iridium Communications and SpaceX have completed qualification tests for the dispenser assembly of the Iridium NEXT satellite. The satellite dispenser underwent fit check, separation and shock testing, a modal survey and static loads tests, Iridium said Thursday. “The dispenser passed its system level qualification tests with flying colors, and we’re now moving forward with launch preparations,“ […] More
Executives from Boeing, Intelsat and SpaceX and SSL Federal gathered Tuesday at the National Space Symposium to discuss government innovation and industry consolidation trends in light of the current fiscal environment, Defense News reported Monday. Aaron Mehta writes that Kay Sears, president of Intelsat General, told the forum audience that spending cuts have actually resulted […] More
SpaceX will launch an unmanned capsule into orbit to carry supplies and cargo to the International Space Station under a $1.6 billion contract with NASA, according to Channel News Asia.  The dragon capsule will take off on March 1, 2013 in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to transport about 544 kilograms of supplies to the ISS, including grapple […] More
SpaceX completed a static fire test of a previously-flown Falcon 9 rocket booster Saturday at Cape Canaveral in Florida in preparation for the launch on Friday, June 29, of the Dragon spacecraft as part of the company's 15th commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station, Spaceflight Now reported Saturday. The Dragon capsule will take off aboard […] More
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