Recent Regulatory/Government News
A SpaceX Crew Dragon Safety Test Went Very Wrong. Here's Why That Matters
But Florida Today reported that a smoke plume was visible for "miles" around Cape Canaveral after the incident.
Pre-Solicitation by the National Geospatial Agency for Satellite Altimetry Modeling
This effort is to create satellite based altimetry models of the world. The models will be fully produced and their error calculated prior to being given ...
Terrasat Communications' Newest ... IBUC 3 to be Revealed at Satellite 2019
This latest in Terrasat's technology is now an ultra-lightweight, super compact, available up to 40W and comes with a three-year warranty.
The UAE's Mars Mission Hope Probe Reaches an 85 Percent Build Completion
The 1.5 ton Hope Probe build is now 85 percent complete, according to the organizations, with the majority of the parts in place with the unit going ...
Amid Worry Over Space Wars, America Already has Tools to Shoot Down Satellites
Russia and China, too, have anti-satellite technologies. They are including space in the future war plans.
Video Appears to Show SpaceX's New Spaceship for NASA Exploding During a Safety Test
On Sunday, an unverified video on Twitter claimed to show the space capsule exploding during the test.
BAE Systems Makes Space Missions More Flexible with New Software-Defined Radio Assembly
provides multiple receive and transmit channels that can be configured for different applications, like weather sensing, flexible communications payload,
The Pentagon is Investing in Space Robots to Repair Satellites
robots offer the best bet for inspecting and repairing high-altitude satellites, especially with the number of satellites set to skyrocket due to a budding
How This NASA Telescope is Defending the Earth From Asteroids
about 20,000 near-Earth objects have flitted in and out of our neighborhood in recent decades—almost 900 of which were more than 3,200 feet across.
China's 20th Global Navigation Satellite is Launched
After it was launched close to midnight on Saturday, April 20, from the Xichang center in southwest China, the latest addition to the Beidou...
Blue Canyon Technologies' New Mexico Expansion is One of the Largest to Create Some of the Smallest Satellites
The new space will be an advantage to support execution of the DARPA Blackjack Phase 1 program, as well as the AFRL ASCENT program.
Hubble's 29th Anniversary Celebrates with a Colorful Crab ... Southern Crab Nebula
Hubble's landmark accomplishments include making the deepest views ever taken of the evolving universe, finding planet-forming disks around ...
The Space Economy's Future to be Explored by ArianeGroup, HEC Paris and ESA
This collaborative venture will direct and oversee research projects focusing on value-creation in the space sector, high-potential...
Blue Origin Signs Agreement with NASA for Historic Test Stand Use at Marshall Space Flight Center
Under a Commercial Space Launch Act agreement, Blue Origin will upgrade and refurbish Test Stand 4670, at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center...
Success as Northrop Grumman's Antares™ Rocket Launches Its Largest Cargo Load to ISS for NASA
confirmed reliable communications have been established and the solar arrays are deployed, providing the necessary electrical power to operate
Poland and USSTRATCOM Agree to Share Space Services and Data
“Agreements like this one, between responsible nations, are critical to setting norms that encourage peaceful space operations.”
DoD Defense Innovation Unit and Space and Missile Systems Center Awards Project to ATLAS Space Operations
The competitively awarded rapid prototyping program will run for 12 months and will deliver a complete satellite communications platform tailored to the...
China's Chang'e-6 Mission to Solicit Payloads
The nation is offering to carry a total of 20 kg. solicited payloads, according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) this week...
Arianespace's Long History with Japan is Reignited with the Dawn of a New Era, Reiwa
Arianespace has signed 33 launch contracts in 33 years with Japanese satellite customers. Three more launches for Japan are scheduled
India’s DRDO Head Suggests Test Was Not a 'One-Off' and Outlines Counterspace Capability Ambitions
Reddy’s comments suggest that its March 2019 ASAT test was not a one-off, at least under the leadership of current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.