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Curtiss-Wright is Preparing for Moon and Mars Missions
Curtiss-Wright is working with NASA and aerospace leaders to return Americans to the Moon and send astronauts to Mars in the early 2030s. With...
 
State-Of-The-Art SmallSat Production Facility Inaugurated by LeoStella
The company is a joint venture between Thales Alenia Space, joint venture between Thales (67 percent) and Leonardo (33 percent), and Seattle-based Spaceflight Industries...
 
Pentagon: China, Russia Developing Satellite-Killing Lasers
Pentagon says both countries are likely developing an arsenal of anti-satellite weaponry including missiles, cyber attacks and 'directed energy weapons,
 
Senior Leaders from SpaceX and Virgin Orbit Join the Relativity Space Executive Team
The company has announced that 12 former senior leaders from SpaceX, Blue Origin, Virgin Orbit, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Waymo, Zoox, and Tesla...
 
RS-25 Engine Testing Restarted by NASA at Stennis
Wednesday’s test was the eighth in the “Retrofit 1b” series for prime contractor Aerojet Rocketdyne’s production restart program. Four RS-25s will...
 
Pentagon Review Of SpaceX’s Air Force Certification is Unlikely to Keep the Company Grounded
ULA enjoyed a virtual monopoly on national security launches for over a decade prior to SpaceX’s government certification, but the joint venture faces..
 
SPAWAR Contracts with Comtech EF Data Corporation for Satellite Modems
The delivery order specified Comtech EF Data’s SLM-5650B Satellite Modems and firmware upgrades. The SLM-5650B Satellite Modem is...
 
NanoRacks Continues Their Historic Program — Sixth SmallSat Deployment from Cygnus Completed
Cygnus maneuvered to a higher-than-Space Station altitude (445 kilometers) where the NanoRacks External Cygnus Deployment mission released two...
 
C-Band RF Over Fiber Link Debuts from ViaLite
The link's full frequency range is 500 MHz to 7.5 GHz. By removing the requirement for an up/down converter to convert signals to an IF band, the...
 
GOES-17 is Now NOAA's Primary Satellite for All Pacific Weather Phenomenon 
The latest milestone for GOES-17 comes exactly 11 months after the satellite first reached its geostationary orbit 22,000 above Earth. Launched March 1, 2018...
 
Leo Aerospace Plans to Make SmallSat Launches Far More Accessible
The company aims to revolutionize access to space for those looking to launch smallsats that weigh up to 25 kilograms, or about 110 pounds. The...
 
And this Year's Space Foundation’s Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award Goes to ... The National Space Council
When the National Space Council was reestablished it created a wave of new public attention regarding the importance of space in the United States.
 
Patriot Broadband, a Disabled Veteran's Company, Brings Jobs and Solves Rural Broadband Needs
Ballance went on to announce that preferential treatment will be given to fellow veterans who have the desire to own a franchise.
 
Integration of Six OneWeb Spacecraft Completed by Arianespace for Upcoming Launch
The spacecraft — produced by the OneWeb Satellites joint venture of OneWeb and Airbus — will be orbited on Arianespace’s first Soyuz mission...
 
Spaceflight Prepares for the First, Privately-Funded, Lunar Lander and AFRL Satellite Launch
This will be Spaceflight’s first mission beyond LEO and the company's first combined launch with SSL. In addition to securing capacity aboard the launch...
 
ManSat Group Presents Subject-Matter Experts During the Recent PTC'19 Event in Hawaii
At the conference, ManSat co-sponsored the Satellite Leaders Lunch with ManSat CEO Chris Stott co-moderating a six-strong panel of satellite industry...
 
NavVis Can SLAM Point Clouds to Remove Artifacts ... the Fringe Benefits Points No More Scattered Beams 
Fringe points and dynamic objects are two common types of point cloud artifacts that affect all 3D laser scanning devices. Fringe points arise when a...
 
Space-Focused Accelerator Program Announced by Techstars and Starburst
With recent technological breakthroughs such as reusable rockets, 3D printing, advanced materials, and miniaturization of satellites (“smallsats”), as...
 
DISA Releases their Challenges to Security in Space Report
The advantage that the United States holds in space – and the nation's perceived dependence on it – will continue to drive actors to improve their...
 
CM Technology Gains Antennas and Services Contract from RBC Signals
During the first quarter of fiscal year 2019, the company received an order for $1.3 million for antennas and other services...