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“The Chinese people stand ready to work together with people from all over the world,” said Zhou Lini of the Center for National Security and Strategic Studies at China’s National University of...
Aerojet Rocketdyne took a $17.5 million loss in its latest fiscal quarter because of issues with the AJ-26 rocket engine that it provides for Orbital Sciences Corp.’s Antares launch vehicle.
Shana Dale is starting a similar position at the Federal Aviation Administration’s commercial space office in November.
As of October, five AN/TPY-2 radars have been deployed as forward-based sensors for U.S. missile defenses.
In the 1990s as a leader of the Space Frontier Foundation, I worked to cancel what was then called Space Station Freedom.
It is essential to have a driving, underlying philosophic construct recognized and accepted globally for pursuing space activities in support of humankind’s migration off-Earth.
Failure to address the problem could invite stifling regulation.
Firefly Space Systems is part of a new wave of launch services startups looking to capitalize on a small-satellite boom fueled, at least in part, by a combination of advances in microelectronics...
The U.S. Air Force appears to be responding to congressional calls to launch an aging weather satellite sooner rather than later, a development that could provide rocket maker SpaceX another...
The U.S. Air Force has awarded United Technologies Corp. Aerospace Systems of Danbury, Connecticut, a $13.5 million contract for continued support for a one-of-a-kind tactical surveillance satellite.