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Todd Zinser cited cost overruns, schedule delays and the age of NOAA’s current satellites as likely causes.
Earth Science and Climate Monitoring | New Study Reinforces Findings on How Natural Tree Loss Affects Carbon Balance
Scientists using a combination of satellite, airborne and ground-collected data have concluded that naturally occurring, tree-killing events in South America’s Amazon tropical forests do not...
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee likely will make a bipartisan push to fund an American-made rocket engine that would rival the Russian-made RD-180.
NASA is extending through Nov. 3 a deal with the Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority to provide launch-site services at the Wallops Flight Facility.
The U.S. Department of State said it has suspended issuing licenses to export defense articles and services to Russia.
The GAO offered a mix of good news and red flags in its annual assessment of “large-scale” NASA projects.
Scientists have discovered an Earth-sized alien planet in the habitable zone of its host star.
Airbus has completed construction of the Measat-3b telecommunications satellite and shipped it to Kourou, French Guiana.
Melco has begun full-scale development of JAXA’s Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite-2.
The White House, which is weighing the request, also must consider input from the other U.S. government stakeholders, including the departments of State, Commerce, Defense and Homeland Security.