Recent North America News
The 2019 Hyperspace Challenge Invites Tech Startups to Collaborate with Government Agencies
A one-of-a-kind program, Hyperspace Challenge brings together technology startups and government innovators from around the country to collaborate...
ULA Preps for Launch of USAF's GPS III SV02 Mission ... Improving Connectivity for Civilian Users
It is estimated that more than four billion military, commercial and civil users worldwide connect with the Global Positioning System (GPS).
UPDATE: Rocket Lab Successfully Launches Their "Look Ma No Hands" Mission + USAF Comments
Rocket Lab's Lift-off of the Look Ma, No Hands mission occurred at 12:12 UTC on August 19, 2019, from the company's ...
NASA Puts Alabama Center in Charge of Moon Lander Program, Drawing Texans’ Ire
To be fair, Texas is getting a piece of the action in NASA’s Artemis moon program as well: NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston
FCC Dismisses ARRL, AMSAT Requests in Small Satellite Proceeding
suggested that the FCC adopt a “a bright line test” to define and distinguish satellites that should be permitted to operate under Amateur Satellite rules.
Earth Observation Breakthroughs Achieved by Orbital Micro Systems
Along with improving temporal resolution, OMS’ technology has made a profound improvement in data clarity. Its spatial resolution of 15 km. — compared...
New Executive Member Joins the Satellite Industry Association
In July, Kuiper Systems filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for authority to launch and operate a...
GITAI Announces Results of Funding Round to Achieve Sending "World's Greatest Robot Working in Space"
“I have devoted my entire life to robots...I have one more childhood dream. And that is to create the first robot that works in space."
State-Of-The-Art Event Space Opened by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
The TEC will be a year-round resource for the geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) community and any organization interested in hosting events in...
Proposals Selected by NASA for Smallsat Technologies Demos to Study Interplanetary Space
Both proposals, funded at $400,000 for nine month mission concept studies, were selected based on potential technology and science value...
Virgin Galactic Showcases Their Operations @ Spaceport America
Virgin Galactic has unveiled the next step of moving the aerospace industry forward in New Mexico and is a vital step toward commercial space flight...
Washington Space Business Roundtable's Upcoming SATCOM DoD Luncheon Featuring Subject-Matter Expert Speakers
This panel of experts will share their perspectives on the next critical steps required to overhaul the acquisition methods to provide this critical...
An Array of Arrays ... Gateway Antenna Supports More Efficiently Multiple Moving LEO Satellites
This company's innovative solution will change the real estate of the world of antennas. No more large antenna farms with parabolic dishes with ThinKom
Solicitations for the U.S.A.F.'s Orbital Services Program (OSP)-4 Released by SMC
OSP-4 is a follow-on to the OSP-3 contract that is set to expire in November. OSP-4 will allow for the rapid acquisition of launch services to...
Oakman Aerospace Named to Inc.'s 5000 List
The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment — its independent small businesses...
Lockheed Martin's Cyber Experts' New Model Standardizes Measurement Of Cybersecurity In Critical DoD Assets
a first-of-its-kind model that standardizes how to measure the cyber resiliency maturity of a weapon, mission, and/or training system anywhere in its lifecycle
First Time Ever, NASA Catches Impressive Shockwaves Bursting out of Sun
An interplanetary shockwave bubbling and bursting out of the Sun has been captured on tape by NASA, for the first time ever. The jaw-dropping footage
Spire Global to Collaborate with Concirrus for Maritime Insurance Analytics
The company recently created Spire Maritime, which closed out 2018 with 160 percent year-over-year revenue growth. The new effort is pushing the...
NASA's Hubble Telescope Snaps Two Galaxies Hurtling Towards Each Other
NASA’S Hubble Space Telescope took this incredible portrait of the galactic duo UGC 2369 hurtling closer and closer to one another – a faith the Milky Way will one day suffer.
VORAGO Technologies' Latch-Up IC Grant Award by NASA
The new project to create a radiation-hardened Latch-up protection IC is consistent with VORAGO’s technology expertise and commercial ...