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Lockheed Martin has received a $45.5 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to provide military-code early use software for current and future global positioning system satellites. The Defense Department said Wednesday the company’s space systems business will develop the software for the service branch to task, monitor and signal M-code programs in space. DoD noted the […] More
DigitalGlobe started to provide its first customer direct access to its Lockheed Martin-built WorldView-4 satellite Wednesday following the completion of in-orbit test and calibration phase. DigitalGlobe said Friday it will add additional direct access clients to WorldView-4 service throughout this year and expects to provide satellite tasking and archive support to all customers in the second half of […] More
DigitalGlobe has shown the first image from the Lockheed Martin-built WorldView-4 satellite that launched in November from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to join the geospatial content and imagery provider's satellite constellation. “Seeing these first images is only a glimpse of the value WorldView-4 will bring to the world,“ Carl Marchetto, vice president and general manager of Lockheed's […] More
DigitalGlobe has unveiled the first public image from the Lockheed Martin-built WorldView-4 satellite that carries a Harris-made imaging payload. The image was taken on Nov. 26 and features the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Shibuya, Tokyo which will host Olympic events in 2020, DigitalGlobe said Friday. Lockheed’s commercial launch services segment provided a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket to […] More
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has developed a CubeSat designed to collect the Earth's radiation imbalance measurements for use in climate change predictions. Johns Hopkins APL's Radiometer Assessment using Vertically Aligned Nanotubes CubeSat is one of the seven small-satellite payloads that took off on Nov. 11 aboard the United Launch Alliance-made Atlas V rocket, APL […] More
Lockheed Martin will work to provide an on-orbit re-programmability feature for the U.S. Air Force‘s future global positioning system satellites in response to changing requirements. The company will seek to demonstrate this feature of the GPS III system over the next two years under the Air Force’s GPS III Space Vehicles 11+ Production Readiness Feasibility Assessment contract, Lockheed said Thursday. […] More
Linda Gooden, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin‘s information systems and global solutions business, has been elected to the boards of directors of Washington Gas and its parent company WGL Holdings, effective April 1 The news follows a Lockheed announcement in January that she will retire from her position at Lockheed April 1 and from the […] More
Lockheed Martin is awarding a $10,000 grant to Still Serving Veterans to help transition veterans to “meaningful careers”. Lockheed has been a member of the Huntsville, Al. community for 50 years and is partnering with SSV to support veterans in their advocacy initiatives, job placement and long term development. “This partnership with Still Serving Veterans […] More
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