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US$10 Million to be Awarded by DARPA with their Launch Challenge Program
The nation’s space architecture is currently built around a limited number of exquisite systems with development times of up to ten years. With the...
 
Paul Allen Reveals Stratolaunch's Enormous Plane's Plans and Capabilities at the Space Symposium
This is an amazing plane to view, using 28 wheels for movement and a wingspan that is larger than a U.S. football field at 385 feet (117 meters)...
 
Aerospace Announces Two Critical Policy Papers Offering New Advantages and Solutions for Space Traffic Management 
the DOD is examining this issue for several years, time is running out. The neighborhood is changing in space, planners need to act soon to manage ... 
 
Eutelsat Communications Sells Their Stake in Hispasat
The transaction concludes an agreement reached in May 2017 between Eutelsat and Abertis, which was recently approved by the...
 
Russia Should Not Compete with SpaceX, Says That Nation's Deputy Prime Minister
Rogozin estimates the real market of space services at approximately $350 billion, with the creation of payloads, and not the launch o...
 
SSPI's Future Leaders Dinner Travels West to a New Home — Satellite Innovation 2018
The Future Leaders Dinner honors three recipients for outstanding achievement by space and satellite professionals age 35 or under...
 
Training for UN Delegations in Cybersecurity Results in Kudelski Security and UNITAR Partnership
The number of major breaches continues to rise globally, driven by range of cyber threats ranging from phishing attacks and advanced malware, to...
 
The 2018 Fortress Cyber Security Award Issued to Code42 in the Threat Detection Category
The awards program, run by the Business Intelligence Group, seeks to identify and reward the world’s leading companies and products that are...
 
ResearchandMarkets Now Offering "The Global Space-Based C4ISR Market" Report and Analysis
Currently, the U.S. is the pioneer and leader in space-based platforms; however, other countries, such as South Korea and Japan, are also...
 
At 34th Space Symposium, the Phase Four Thruster's Test Results by the Aerospace Corporation are Revealed
The testing found that Phase Four's second generation of RF thrusters achieved their best performance to date, demonstrating performance on par...
 
HawkEye 360 Signals the Expansion of Its Advisory Board with True Patriots
their advisory board’s experience in defense, space, security and spectrum will bring invaluable insights to help them evolve their product suite.
 
Kratos' Microwave Electronics Division Awarded by BAE Systems for Outstanding Supplier Performance
On March 6, 2018, BAE Electronic Systems division hosted its first Partner 2 Win Supplier Symposium to recognize suppliers who have provided...
 
Over 4,000 Aspiring Astronauts Apply in UAE ... Only 0.1 Percent Will Be Successful 
the four Emirati astronauts will be in a series of training programs of a year-long basic training modules and three years of advanced training modules.
 
SpaceX Delays the Launch of NASA's Exoplanet Hunter, TESS
TESS (the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) is designed to explore planets that occupy space beyond our solar system in a hunt for...
 
During the 34th Space Symposium, Orbital ATK Updated Their Work on the U.S.A.F.'s OmegA Rocket
The company reaffirmed its commitment to the U.S. Air Force’s Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program for national security space...
 
Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, Volume 2, Released by Department of Homeland Security
The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Cyber Security Division Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, introduces you to the goals...
 
Gamifying Satellite Data from Draper is an UPBEAT Way to Fight Crime, Save Forests and More
Too much data can be both a blessing and a curse, such as paring a mountain of unnecessary data down to a molehill of critical information.
 
NASA's Small Sat with the Big Name Begins Testing by Orbital for Advanced Small Spacecraft Communications
demonstration of its radio frequency communications technology by successfully generating a signal tone through its reflectarray antenna to ...
 
Airbus' Earth Observation Imagery Portfolio Just Increased with TripleSat Data
They offer daily monitoring of any place on Earth revealing details as small as 80 centimeters.
 
Lunar Economic Action Plan (LEAP) Published by Institute of Space Commerce (IISC)
They found that a private settlement on the Moon is surprisingly feasible, and even cost-effective, and offers the best chance of success for a return...