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LyteLoop's network is designed for cybersecurity. Data moving through space at the speed of light is less vulnerable to hackers than data stored on the ground. Credit: LyteLoop
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After ten years of producing an annual report on technology trends, Deloitte released a report focus on how the trends are affecting space programs and organizations. Credit: Deloitte
Air Force Col. Robert Bongiovi, director of the Launch Systems Enterprise Directorate, second from left, speaks with reporters April 11, 2019, at the 35th Space Symposium.  Credit: Keith Johnson
Maxwell AFB, Ala. - Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein addresses Air Force Chief Master Sergeants and Senior Master Sergeants selected for promotion to Chief attending the 2019 Chiefs Orientation Conference hosted by Air University. (US Air Force photo by Melanie Rodgers Cox)
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, and Commander of U.S. Strategic Command Gen. John Hyten testify April 11, 2019 in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Credit: YouTube
Planet image of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India. Credit: Planet
This is an aerial photo of the U.S. Air Force Space Surveillance Network on Kwajalein Atoll slated for initial operations in late 2019. Credit: Lockheed Martin
This is an artist's rendering of a cluster of cubesats and small satellites sent in orbit on a Russian Soyuz rocket by Exolaunch, the German launch services provider formerly known as ECM-Space. Credit: Exolaunch
Arabsat-6A is the first commercial satellite slated to launch on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket. Credit: Jordan Sirokie for SpaceNews.
Atlas Space Operations operates a cloud-based ground network for satellite downlink as well as telemetry, tracking and control. This image shows  the Atlas Freedom Ground Network's operational and planned sites. Credit: Atlas
A New Shepard booster comes to a rest Jan. 23 in West Texas after carrying its capsule and eight NASA experimental payloads to a peak altitude of 106.9 kilometers. It was the capsule and booster’s fourth mission and the 10th test flight overall for the New Shepard program since 2015. Credit: Blue Origin
Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Will Roper. Credit: Keith Johnson

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