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The inspector general found no major issues with the process used in the Astrophysics, Earth Science and Heliophysics divisions.
The U.S. jamming was often the subject of Cuban protests at the International Telecommunication Union.
Harris’ Network and Space Operations and Maintenance Contract is one of several being eyed for consolidation as the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center copes with shrinking budgets.
NASA is examining adding a habitation module to the agency’s proposed Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) that would allow astronauts to stay at the asteroid for several additional weeks.
Soyuz Team Takes Steps To Prevent Repeat of Galileo Launch Failure, including the Premature Celebration
The one-hour delay will give Arianespace enough time to collate data from satellite tracking stations to determine their exact position.
Orbital has delayed launch of its third paid cargo mission to the international space station to Oct. 24 from Oct. 20.
Designers of a proposed NASA mission to study the icy and potentially habitable Jupiter moon of Europa have decided to use solar panels rather than a nuclear power source for the spacecraft, while...
Heinrich has asked the Secretary of the Air Force to ensure the Pentagon’s 2016 budget request includes funding for a rapid response military space development office the Air Force has tried without...
JAXA and MHI launched the nation’s next-generation Himawari-8 weather satellite.