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A partnership between Sierra Nevada Corp. and the United Nations’ Office for Outer Space Affairs aims to launch microgravity payloads from UN member states aboard the company-built Dream Chaser spacecraft by 2021. The U.N. said Tuesday the collaborative effort aims to give developing nations an opportunity to build and deploy payloads into orbit and that all member nations will have the chance to propose payloads […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne has agreed to supply propulsion and energetic systems for Raytheon‘s major weapon programs under a strategic sourcing agreement between the two companies. Raytheon and Aerojet Rocketdyne also aim to jointly chase affordability programs in the government sector through 2019 as part of their partnership, Raytheon said Tuesday. “This landmark agreement is an important step forward in collaboration between […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne will work with the U.S. Air Force develop standards for the qualification of 3-D printed rocket engine components under a $6 million contract awarded as part of the Booster Propulsion Technology Maturation broad agency announcement. The company said Tuesday it will work to leverage its experience with additive manufacturing processes and technologies to support the service branch’s […] More
United Technologies Corp. has confirmed that it is currently in negotiations with multiple bidders for the acquisition of UTC subsidiary Sikorsky Aircraft, Defense News reported Saturday. Andrew Clevenger writes that sources have named the bidders as Airbus, Blackstone, Lockheed Martin and Textron. The report said the news comes after UTC announced its plan to either sell or spin […] More
NASA took the first step Friday in what it hopes to be a new era for human space exploration as the agency sent the Orion capsule into a nearly four-hour orbit to evaluate its potential for future missions via Boeing‘s Space Launch System. Engineers for NASA and Orion constructor Lockheed Martin focused much of their attention […] More
Lockheed Martin and partners have activated the bus and network communications payload of a second satellite for the U.S. Air Force's GPS system. The team worked to turn on the power of the GPS III Space Vehicle 2 on Dec. 19 at Lockheed's Denver-based facility in order to exhibit the satellite's mechanical integration and interfaces, Lockheed […] More
Peter Milligan, senior vice president and chief information officer at ITT Exelis, will present at this year's Wells Fargo 2013 Industrial and Construction Conference in New York. The company will stream Mulligan's presentation on May 9 live on its investor page and also post a replay of the webcast on its website, Exelis said Thursday. […] More
Lockheed Martin announced on Dec. 14 that it has been selected to compete for task orders under the Air Force's orbital/suborbital small and medium space lift program in support of government missions. According to a company statement, Lockheed's Athena launch vehicle family has been selected under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. “Athena combines the launch systems heritage and expertise of both Lockheed […] More
The U.S. military launched an unmanned United Launch Alliance rocket Tuesday that carried an experimental space plane, Reuters reports. Irene Klotz writes the X-37B, an orbital test vehicle manufactured by Boeing, is entering its third test flight since 2010, when it orbited Earth for 224 days. ULA is a joint venture of Boeing and Lockheed […] More
Harris Corporation has named Alex Heidt vice president of Air Force programs for its IT Services business, reporting to Vice President and General Manager of Department of Defense Programs Mike Deloney. Heidt is responsible for managing operations of the company’s growing Air Force business, including customer contact, program execution, and business development. Before joining Harris, […] More
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