ULA Vulcan
The U.S. Air Force will use a Minotaur 4 rocket (pictured above) from Orbital ATK to launch the ORS-5 satellite.
investment panel
Rocket Lab performs a test firing of the second stage of its Electron rocket as it prepares to begin test flights later this year. Credit: Rocket Lab
Doug Loverro (right), the deputy assistant defense secretary for space policy, and Pam Melroy, the deputy director of DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, during an April 13 panel discussion at the 32nd Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Boeing XS-1 Experimental Spaceplane artist concept
A full-sized model of Lockheed Martin's proposed cislunar habitat module it is developing under a NextSTEP contract with NASA on display at the company's Denver facilities. Credit: SpaceNews/Jeff Foust
Atlas 5 rocket cores
U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) discussing his American Space Renaissance Act during a keynote address Tuesday at the 32nd Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work (second from right) at Buckley Air Force Base near Denver. Credit: DoD
Orbital ATK CEO David W. Thompson and Intelsat CEO Stephen Spengler announce their MEV agreement at the 2016 Space Symposium. Credit: Chuck Bigger
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Julie Van Kleeck doing a television interview following an April 12 media roundtable at the 32nd Space Symposium. Credit: SpaceNews/Brian Berger
COSMIC
U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Clinton Crosier, U.S. Strategic Command's director of plans and policy (left), and Khalifa Al Romaithi, United Arab Emirates Space Agency  chairman, sign a memorandum of understanding at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 11. The MOU to share space situational awareness services and information "will enhance awareness within the space domain and increase the safety of spaceflight operations for the U.S. and UAE," according to U.S. Strategic Command.  Credit: U.S. Air Force/ Senior Airman William Branch
Raytheon booth at the 32nd Space Symposium. Credit: Chuck Bigger