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Most Satellite Operators Fail To Follow Space Debris Rules: NASA
Fewer than half of global space operators comply with the current 25-year deadline for disposal of dead satellites, contributing to the ever-growing ...
 
With the SpaceX Starlink Mission Delayed, Next Up... the Launch of the Astronauts
With the Starlink mission delayed, SpaceX teams can now focus on Crew...
 
Two Contracts Awarded to Thales Alenia Space by the European Space Agency
These contracts, fully financed under the European Commission H2020 program, concern...
 
Despite Numerous Challenges, the Weather System Follow-on Microwave Program Passes Two Milestones
It's not easy to be able to conduct critical scientific design reviews while observing the health and safety rules of the COVID-19, but both elements ... 
 
Space Development  Agency Posts Draft RFP Seeking Industry Feedback on Tracking Tranche 0
Tracking Tranche 0 is expected to consist of approximately 8-10 satellites...
 
Success as ULA's Atlas V 501 Rocket Carries U.S. Space Force's X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle
“We are honored to partner with the U.S. Space Force and Air Force to recognize healthcare workers, first responders and other essential ...
 
Statement from U.S. Space Force Regarding ULA's Successful Launch of the USSF-7 Mission
“The success of this mission resulted from collaboration with our customer while working through challenging, and ever changing, health and safety conditions,”
 
Statement from U.S.A.F. Space and Missile Systems Center Regarding Launch of USSF-7 Mission
“Launching USSF-7 is just the latest example of the big things the Department of Defense continues to accomplish every day in defense of our nation during ... 
 
Army General to Co-Lead 'Operation Warp Speed' for COVID-19 Vaccine
 "Winning matters, and we will deliver by the end of this year a vaccine at scale to treat the American people and our partners abroad."
 
U.S. Militaries Create Hand-Held Ventilator, Masks and More Using 3D Printers 
Due to its size and portability, the ventilator may also be ideal for soldiers in...
 
Hack-A-Sat Going Digital
During the final, participants will be challenged to reverse-engineer ...
 
Strategic Space Technologies Agreement Signed by Gilmour Space with the Australian Defense Science Technology Group
The new partnership between Defence Science and Technology and Gilmour Space will research...
 
Good Signals for RBC Signals ... CEO Richins Selected for Karman Fellowship Program
The fellows originate from 15 countries and five continents and represent a cross-section of industry, startup, finance, agency, arts and non-profit ...
 
SpaceX Could Fill the U.S. Military’s Arctic Communications Gap by the End of This Year
“Very simple things become hard when you’re in the Arctic, not the least of which is communication. When you are above about 65 degrees north, ...
 
Space Development Agency Seeking Input
The agency, which worked closely on this with MDA’s HBTSS program, is...
 
The Latest Chinese Space Launch Presents Both a Problem and an Opportunity for NASA
The coronavirus pandemic coverup that the Beijing government committed proves that China does not play well with others.
 
C6 Launch Systems R&D Project for the Canadian Space Agency Completed
C6 Launch was able to expand the scope of the project to develop a...
 
DARPA's Smallsat Flights to Start
Using a series of small, risk reduction satellites, the program aims to...
 
SATCOM for the European Union to be Supplied by Airbus
The contract — named ‘EU SatCom Market’ — will allow EU member states...
 
Blog Britain's Opinion: Satellites in a Two Year Political Orbit
On 9th May 2020, tucked away on page fifteen of The Daily Telegraph, James Titcomb reported a truly extraordinary story. It is remarkable at several levels.