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SpaceX Scrubs Spain's Spy Satellite Launch Due to Strong Winds
PAZ will orbit Earth 15 times per day, covering an area of over 300,000 square kilometers from an altitude of 514 kilometers and a velocity of ...
 
Czechoslovakia to Open Satellite Intelligence Center
Funded by the Czech Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces, the subject-matter experts will review the imagery from around the world and...
 
Ball's VizZen™ Visualizes COTS and Cloud Based Content Management
The software is an open source-based One Object One Time solution that allows multiple data bases to be accessible by a single tool.
 
GATR's TRAC Antenna is Positioned for Widespread Use, According to the U.S. Air Force
support from the U.S.A.F. Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Program and the Air Force Research Laboratory
 
Iridium Entrusts COMSAT to Provide Iridium's Certus Satellite Broadband Connectivity to the DoD
securely, and cost-effectively connects remote assets to U.S. command and control centers from anywhere including Arctic and Antarctic regions. 
 
General Dynamics Mission Systems Awarded Continued Procurement Contract for U.S. Navy Digital Modular Radio
DMR provides multiple communication waveforms and multi-level information security for secure tactical voice and data transmissions aboard...
 
ViaLite Communications Takes Root in the U.S. and Grows ... Enlists the Expertise of Three Companies 
bring strong technical backgrounds and have had a long history of success supporting product applications for satcom, defense electronics and ...
 
Adcole Maryland Aerospace-Built Kestrel Eye SmallSat for the U.S. Army and DoD Launches
The Kestrel Eye imaging satellite is the first on orbit demonstration of an envisioned Department of Defense (DoD) constellation that may someday...
 
CopaSAT Acquires Eclipse Composite Engineering and Their Antenna Offerings
Designed to meet the rigorous standards of the U.S. military, Eclipse’s advanced composite hardware solutions have earned a leading reputation...
 
How COMSAT Continued Communications During California Wildfires ... 'What If' Became 'It Is'
"The crisis management plan, devised in response to the 'what-if' scenarios, demonstrated how resilient the teleport and and its team are."
 
U.S.A.F. Brings Caton Connector Corporation into the Milstar Mix
The mission of Milstar, according to the U.S. Air Force, is to provide “the President, Secretary of Defense, and the U.S. armed forces with assured...
 
SpaceX to Send Spain's Spy Satellite to Space ...  Spain's First 
An unnamed multimillionaire has reportedly agreed to cover the cost of the Spanish project should anything go wrong.
 
NOAA Isn't Just for Weather ... NOAA Saved a Lot of Lives Last Year
a sailboat with two people onboard caught on fire several hundred miles off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida. Luckily for the crew, a NOAA satellite ...
 
Northrop Grumman to Build Two EHF XDR Payloads for the Enhanced Polar System
This contracts procures the EPS-R EHF XDR payloads to prevent a Military Satellite Communications mission gap in the Polar region. Work will be...
 
A Danish in Space ... Ulloriaq 'Star' Satellite ... as Danish Defense and Gomspace Monitor Craft in Arctic
The satellite will fly over the Arctic 16 times a day, once every hour and a half,
 
Kratos Completes Phase 1 of an EGS Study Contract
EGS is an enabler for the Air Force's Space Enterprise Vision (SEV), designed to support a sustainable, resilient space architecture that can...
 
Kratos Shares IDIQ Contract for TETRAS Program
The TETRAS program seeks to rapidly develop and apply specialized hardware, software and prototype systems that will be used for the test...
 
Rajant's CEO Addresses Keeping MILCOM Wireless Secure at Rome's Network Centric Warfare Conference
...complicated deployments in battlefield pressures, challenging terrain and changing operations ...traditional networks are no longer reliable,”
 
Resilient Space Defense Technologies Under Study by SSL for U.S.A.F.
The study is expected to accelerate crucial technologies for future missions as identified within the U.S. Air Force Space Enterprise Vision (SEV), and...
 
U.S. Air Force Launch Services Contract FRP Enters Final Request Phase
The final RFP was released on January 31 with proposals due back to the Air Force on April 16 in accordance with the solicitation instructions.  The contracts for these launch services...