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NASA will appoint at least five “capability leaders” to help steer the agency’s latest bid to trim costs and reduce duplication of effort across its 10 regional field centers.
As the U.S. Congress considers proposals to grant government agencies with additional commercial space regulatory authority, industry and government officials believe it is unlikely those efforts...
This year’s Top 5 Companies to Watch group has a heavy focus on firms facing challenges that could come to a head in the next year or two.
The NASA-led environmental review will not technically be complete until at least Dec. 19, but the lack of red flags from the EPA is a signal that the way is essentially clear for NASA to proceed...
SkyTruth has used aerial and satellite imagery to document changes to natural landscapes and habitats caused by human activity including coal mining and oil drilling.
NASA has signed an agreement to lease Moffett Federal Airfield, run by the agency’s Ames Research Center, to a company owned by Internet giant Google.
The four formation-flying spacecraft comprising NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, a $875 million heliophysics flagship, have arrived at Astrotech Space Operations near the Kennedy Space...
European probe goes in what may be permanent hibernation 57 hours after making its historic landing on Comet 67P.
Manufacturing difficulties plagued major elements of the James Webb Space Telescope this year, forcing prime contractor Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems to rebuild key structural elements declared...
The U.S. Air Force’s proposed next-generation weather satellite program will consist of a single satellite carrying three instruments that would launch in 2021 or 2022, a service official said.


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