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Two Polar Scout Smallsats Built by Raytheon for U.S. Department of Homeland Security
These Polar Scout satellites have flexible radio frequency receivers to help search and rescue teams locate emergency beacons in remote areas, such...
AST Awarded Patent in Mighty Micron™ Low-Earth-Orbit Satellites for Government and Commercial Use
Their patented features will allow them to support a range of government and commercial space mission capabilities that have until now been impossible.
SpaceX's Triple Play Turns into a Home Run With Launch and Subsequent Deployment of TESS and Return of Rocket
telescope/camera that will hunt for undiscovered worlds around nearby stars, providing targets where future studies will assess their capacity to harbor life.
Engility Gains Three Sole-Source Awards with U.S. Intelligence Community
In addition to intelligence analysis, systems engineering and integration, and cybersecurity, Engility will assist in core activities like modeling and ...
Training for UN Delegations in Cybersecurity Results in Kudelski Security and UNITAR Partnership
The number of major breaches continues to rise globally, driven by range of cyber threats ranging from phishing attacks and advanced malware, to...
HawkEye 360 Signals the Expansion of Its Advisory Board with True Patriots
their advisory board’s experience in defense, space, security and spectrum will bring invaluable insights to help them evolve their product suite.
Intelsat General Joins the Team Building a New Satellite Navigation Payload for the FAA
The payload will be part of the FAA’s Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) that corrects and enhances information provided by Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites...
NanoRacks Can Provide In-Space Services Thanks to a GSA Schedule Contract Award
As a services provider under this contract, NanoRacks is able to provide its customer-driven in-space services to federal agencies at a pre-negotiated...
Over 4,000 Aspiring Astronauts Apply in UAE ... Only 0.1 Percent Will Be Successful
the four Emirati astronauts will be in a series of training programs of a year-long basic training modules and three years of advanced training modules.
SpaceX Delays the Launch of NASA's Exoplanet Hunter, TESS
TESS (the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) is designed to explore planets that occupy space beyond our solar system in a hunt for...
Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, Volume 2, Released by Department of Homeland Security
The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Cyber Security Division Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, introduces you to the goals...
Gamifying Satellite Data from Draper is an UPBEAT Way to Fight Crime, Save Forests and More
Too much data can be both a blessing and a curse, such as paring a mountain of unnecessary data down to a molehill of critical information.
Airbus' Earth Observation Imagery Portfolio Just Increased with TripleSat Data
They offer daily monitoring of any place on Earth revealing details as small as 80 centimeters.
Satcom Direct Communications to Provide Worldwide Voice and Data Connectivity for USG and DoD
The contract is also an important milestone in the military government market, as this will be the first U.S. government procurement contract in...
NOAA-20 Satellite Turned Over to NASA by Ball Aerospace
The acceptance review confirmed the satellite met its on orbit requirements and the spacecraft and the five instruments are performing, as expected...
Integrasys' New Sales Director ... He Previously Worked for the Company's Partners
Integrasys has welcomed a new sales director who is new to Intergrasys but not new to two of Integrasys partners, Hughes and Comtech EF Data.
ISRO's IRNSS-1I Navigation Satellite Launches En Route to Replace Failed Atomic Clocks
This will be the ninth of the IRNSS satellite series and will be a replacement for IRNSS-1A as its rubidium atomic clocks have failed.
What's InSight in May for Southern Californians as ULA Atlas V Launches NASA's Interplanetary Spacecraft
On board the 189-foot-tall (57.3-meter) United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket will be NASA's InSight spacecraft, destined for the Elysium Planitia region...
The USA Science and Engineering Festival Expo Brought STEM to Attendees
This event is the nation’s largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) featuring over 3,000 hands-on...
Aerojet Rocketdyne's NEXT-C Ion Propulsion 'Engine that Could' Passes to Prepare for Impact of Asteroid
Electric propulsion reduces overall mission cost without sacrificing reliability or mission success.