The Atlantic Council released a new report that calls on the United States and allies to advocate for new global rules for safe operations in outer space.
DARPA awarded a $22 million contract to General Atomics to design a small nuclear reactor for space propulsion.
A new report by ODNI projects that by 2040 China will be the most significant rival to the United States in space, competing on commercial, civil and military fronts.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) hailed the April 8 announcement that Los Angeles Air Force Base will be the permanent home of the U.S. Space Force procurement command.
The U.S. Space Force is consolidating oversight of space launch activities under a two-star general who will be the deputy commander of Space Systems Command.
The Space Force will re-designate the Space and Missile Systems Center as the headquarters of a new Space Systems Command.
ULA is still betting on long-endurance upper stages and believes the technology has a bright future.
As SpaceX continues to expand its Starlink network, established satellite operators are figuring out strategies to remain competitive.
Lockheed Martin’s space traffic management software will be used by Germany’s space agency.
Numerica is deploying new ground-based telescopes that can observe orbiting satellites in broad daylight.
Michael Brown, director of the Defense Innovation Unit, was nominated by President Biden to serve as undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment.
LeoStella sees opportunities to supply satellites to the U.S. Space Development Agency.
A technology accelerator program funded by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency has selected eight startups that will receive $100,000 grants.
Under a new agreement, an officer from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force will be assigned full-time at U.S. Space Command headquarters.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Secure World Foundation on April 1 released new updates on space weapons developments around the world.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has extended a contract to use British operator Inmarsat’s satellites to 2027, expanding the agreement to cover managed services.