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Harris' CEO Named Chairman of AIA Board of Governors as AIA's Centennial Anniversary Nears
will remove barriers to innovation and promote STEM and other workforce elements, promote talent and build the best American workforce.
Lockheed Martin’s McCandless Lunar Lander Lands NASA Contract ... Again
Lockheed Martin has built more interplanetary spacecraft than all other U.S. companies combined, including four successful Mars landers.
U.S. Commercial Service Awards SSL with the Export Achievement Award
SSL has worked with the U.S. Commercial Service and the ITA’s Advocacy Center on numerous global ventures throughout the years in...
RUAG Space Works With Algae, the 'Lung of this Planet', to Regenerate Air in Long Term Space
One of the top challenges of long-term human space flight is life support.
NASA Selects Astrobotic to be Delivery Service to Moon for 10 Years
This isn't your ordinary delivery service such as UPS, Federal Express and USPS, not quite. NASA needed a provider to make deliveries to the Moon, 
Critical Comms for Nevada to be Delivered by Harris for $180 Million Contract
Harris will provide an end-to-end 126-site multicast/simulcast system, including a Voice, Interoperability, Data and Access (VIDA®) converged...
NASA's OSIRIS-REx Discovers Water on Asteroid Bennu
the finding does indicate that liquid water was present at some time on Bennu’s parent body, a much larger asteroid.
Intelsat General and COMSAT to Offer Airborne Comms to U.S. Government and Coalition Partners
FlexAir is unique as it is the first commercially available aeronautical service for 45 centimeter-performance equivalent Ku-band antennas that is...
New Launch Date Set by United Launch Alliance for NROL-71 Mission
The mission will lift off on a Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle from...
Adelaide to Become the Home of the Australian Space Agency
The Australian Space Agency will be headquartered at Lot Fourteen, a former hospital being transformed into an innovation district in the CBD of ...
a.i. Solutions Awarded by NASA as Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year
This award recognizes the high quality of the company’s ongoing work at KSC, where a.i. solutions’ engineers and technicians provide support to...
EUMTSAT's Ultimate "Makeover" Incorporates the Latest Technology in the Satellite Control Center
“Any screen in the new control center can be used to monitor any ground segment facility, for example, the back-up control center at Fucino, Italy,..."
World's Smallest HD Camera from Medigus Incorporated by NASA into VIPIR2
The micro ScoutCam 8.0 HD, custom designed for NASA, features one module consisting of both HD camera and illumination and serves as the...
Ball Aerospace Delivers TEMPO to NASA
The TEMPO instrument will provide hourly daylight measurements of ozone, nitrogen dioxide and other key elements of air pollution across...
Aerojet Rocketdyne Preparing Power Pushers for ULA Delta IV Heavy NRO Payload Launch
The upcoming NRO mission marks the tenth operational launch of the Delta IV Heavy and the 38th overall for the Delta IV family, which debuted in...
ManSat's New VP of Sales and Marketing She Heads Up New California Office and a New CFO/Finance Director
The satellite firm ManSat Group has opened a new fourth office, this one is in California as it continues its plan for international growth.
SpaceX Launches Again, Transporting Supplies and Experiments Including Crystals and Dental Glue to the ISS
represents a diverse combination of science and technology research that includes crystals, barley, and dental glue, among other things.
Fleet Space Technologies' Centauri Launches... This Startup Started a Marathon of Launches in Just a Month
Just one satellite has the ability to cover 90 per cent of the Earth.
SSL's Robotic Arm on NASA's InSight Lander Gets a Grip on Mars
Its job places the lander’s instruments onto the dusty Martian surface, for future landers when offloading payloads onto the surface of the Moon.
Statement from Spaceflight, the Mission Manager, Launches 64 Satellites on First Dedicated Rideshare Mission
Spaceflight launched 15 MicroSats and 49 CubeSats from government and commercial entities including universities, startups, and a middle school.