Northrop Grumman-built Space Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS) demonstrator satellites are on-orbit, demonstrating capabilities required for birth-to-death tracking of ballistic missiles and other cold objects in space. Credit: Northrup Grumman artist’s concept
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon a $886 million contract in 2010 to develop the next-generation GPS ground system, or GPS OXC. Credit: Raytheon graphic
Skylon with SABRE engines. Credit: Reaction Engines
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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and UAE Space Agency Chairman Khalifa Al Romaithi and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden sign an agreement June 12 at a meeting in Abu Dhabi. Credit: UAE Space Agency
UAE Space Agency Chairman Khalifa Al Romaithi and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden pose Sunday with the agreement they signed at a meeting in Abu Dhabi. Credit: UAE Space Agency
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ARM robotic capture Option B, in which the robotic vehicle ascends from the surface of a large asteroid, on its way to a lunar distant retrograde orbit with a smaller asteroid mass. Credit: NASA
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SES Chief Executive Karim Michel Sabbagh. Credit: SES
Falcon 9 DSCOVR Launch
WGS-7 on Delta 4
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