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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
Daniel Zoot, former Raytheon Technologies executive, has joined L3Harris Technologies to serve as vice president of its Japan business arm and lead the establishment of its first headquarters in the country. L3Harris said Wednesday Japan is boosting its capabilities in space, cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum domains, which the company is investing in, and the first […] More
Ball Aerospace has expanded its presence in Colorado with the opening of a new 160,000-square-foot facility that will focus on building payloads and providing post-launch support for various space programs. The new Payload Development Facility adds advanced integration and test areas, a mission support center, more offices and cleanroom space to the existing Broomfield Research […] More
NASA has launched a Northrop Grumman-made satellite to expand an existing system that tracks changes on the Earth’s land as part of an effort initiated in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey. Landsat 9 launched aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on Monday from Vandenberg Space Force Base, the space agency said Tuesday. […] More
Raytheon’s Technologies’ Collins Aerospace business has received a pair of contracts worth $21 million combined from the U.S. Air Force to develop two open architecture software-defined radio systems for processing data over a multinode network.  Collins said Tuesday it aims to help the service branch connect data from ground and airborne platforms through the Software […] More

General Atomics' electromagnetic systems business has selected Firefly Aerospace to perform launch services for a GA-EMS satellite carrying an instrument that NASA will use to study how aerosols in the atmosphere affect human health. Firefly will use its Alpha rocket to launch the Orbital Test Bed satellite, equipped with the Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols instrument, in 2022 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, General Atomics said Thursday.

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NASA has selected Ball Aerospace to develop a spacecraft that would help the agency study the atmosphere's outermost region that transitions into space as part of the agency's heliophysics science mission of opportunity. The company said Tuesday it will build the Global Lyman-alpha Imager of the Dynamic Exosphere or GLIDE spacecraft that would track the hydrogen-based ultraviolet light found in the region.

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