Lockheed Martin's new satellite integration facility will make its Waterton Canyon campus one of the largest space technology centers in the country, with 3.5 million square feet of research, engineering, test and office space.  Credit: Lockheed Martin
Lt. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, the military deputy to the assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, speaking April 15 at a breakfast at the 31st Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
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A Chinese Long March 3B rocket takes off in this 2016 file photo. Credit: Xinhua News Agency
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Charles,"Chuck" Beames Spaceflight industries Board Member & President , Vulcan Aerospace. Credit: SpaceNews/Kate Patterson.
Addvalue produced the terminal for Inmarsat's Inter-Satellite Data Relay System, which was tested in orbit on the Velox-11 satellite built by Nanyang Technological University's Satellite Research Center in Singapore. Credit: AVI
A humble blue tarp of the sort commonly used to protect all manner of possesions from the elements is implicated in the damage a Japanese military satellite suffered during its flight to the launch pad. Credit: Bill Smith/Flickr
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SSTL is leading a consortium that has received a grant award from Innovate UK, Britain’s science and technology stimulus agency to produce what SSTL said will be a “flight-ready concept” of a High Test Peroxide-based propulsion system by the end of 2016. Credit: µ-VIS centre at the University of Southampton
Michael Miller, founder and chief executive of TIP Technologies Inc. Credit: SpaceNews/Brian Berger
Amos-E, an all-electric version of  Israel Aerospace Industries' Amos telecommunications satellite line, is aimed at a market of customers needing 10-20 transponders to maintain an orbital slot. Credit: IAI
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Wade Larson, President and COO of UrtheCast, speaking at the 10th Appleton Space Conference in 2014. Credit: Science & Technology Facilities Council

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