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Woolpert has purchased three light detection and ranging systems from Hexagon subsidiary Leica Geosystems in an effort to expand its airborne data acquisition services. Jeff Lovin, senior vice president and director of government solutions at Woolpert, said in a statement released Tuesday the company will use the LIDAR-based Leica ALS80 aerial laser scanners to support the U.S. […] More
NASA has received a new telescope structure built by Northrop Grumman for integration with the James Webb Space Telescope. The structure is designed to hold the hexagonal mirrors and other optical components of the space telescope, Northrop said Wednesday. Webb is a space observatory designed to capture images of undiscovered planets, galaxies and other distance space […] More
Razorsight has appointed four communications industry veterans to its board of advisers as the company looks to grow its cloud analytics offerings in the communications and media market. Geoffrey Axton, Norman Fekrat, Patricia Gottesman and Don Upson are the newest members of Razorsight’s advisory board, the company announced Tuesday. Axton currently serves as chief operating […] More
Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. has delivered cryogenic flight electronic boxes to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and Northrop Grumman for installation on the James Webb Space Telescope. The flight electronics aim to work in collocation with the telescope’s 18 hexagonal primary mirror segments at temperatures as low as negative 405.4 degrees to capture infrared light, Ball […] More
ATK recently helped NASA launch a satellite that will study high energy X-rays in the universe, the company announced Wednesday. For the NuSTAR satellite, the company provided five solar panels that wrap around and connect to the hexagonal-shaped spacecraft with a yoke panel. The Pegasus rocket, which carried NuSTAR into orbit, contained ATK-produced payload fairing, […] More
Tanks can look like however and whatever tankers want them to look like thanks to BAE Systems’ new Adaptiv camouflage system. Adaptiv makes tanks and other large vehicles invisible to other machines by using lightweight hexagonal pixels, laid on like tiles, which are electrically powered by the vehicles systems. The tiles can be heated up […] More
BAE Systems has taken a page from JK Rowling. The company has tested an ‘invisibility cloak’ that allows a vehicle to blend into its surroundings and can work over infra-red and other frequencies. The patented technology, known as “Adaptiv,” is based on sheets of hexagonal ‘pixels’ that can change temperature very rapidly. On-board cameras pick […] More
Mirrors constructed by Northrop Grumman and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. for use on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope are ready for deep-freeze testing. NASA said the mirrors will begin final cryogenic testing this week. The test is designed to show how the mirrors will respond to space's extreme temperatures. The first six of the […] More
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