Weekly Top Stories
March 18th, 2019 March 24th, 2019
Lockheed Martin Finalizes Their Full-Scale Cislunar Habitat Prototype
The full-scale prototype, or Habitat Ground Test Article (HGTA), is built inside of a repurposed shuttle-era cargo container, called a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)...
Prest-O Change-O as Lockheed Martin's Small Smart Satellites can Change Missions in Orbit
with new architecture that will let users add capability and assign new missions with a software push, just like adding an app on a smartphone.
The Canadian Armed Forces Selects Viasat and MDA to Modernize Comms
Through the award, Viasat and MDA will support the Canadian Armed Forces’ efforts to modernize computer suite and data link radios. Viasat’s...
Michigan Could Start Launching Rockets to Space
Michigan's spaceport would be different than the $220 million publicly financed spaceport in New Mexico that is derided by critics as a boondoggle.
Scotland Can Win European Space Race, Says Member of Scottish Parliment
“Scotland builds more spacecraft than anywhere else outside California and that’s something to be proud of.
Satellite's Dazzling Photographs of California's 'Super Bloom' of Spring Flowers from Outer Space
480 miles above the planet, the bursts of orange color, and miles' worth of cars, are so dense they are easily spotted by the WorldView-2 satellite
Two Significant Industry Experts Join HawkEye 360's Advisory Board
HawkEye 360 uses satellites that fly in a commercially unique formation to independently pinpoint the geographical origin of a wide range of radio...
FMC Globalsat Employs Kymeta's Flat Panel VSAT Aboard "Bad Daddy"
Through the onboard FMC GlobalSat Customer Portal application, the vessel has real-time internet access to view maps and reports that include...
Northrop Grumman’s Technologies Protect the Warfighter on Both the Rocket and the Satellite
This exemplifies the breadth of our capabilities to protect the warfighter by contributing key technologies on both the rocket and the satellite.
Australian Space Agency Announces New Mission Control Center to be Built
The Australian Government has just announced $A12 million for the space industry in the South Australian capital, consisting of $6 million for the...