U.S. military and allied forces in upcoming exercises will put to the test commercial technologies that could help detect GPS jamming or other activities that disrupt satellite-based navigation.
A historical warfare perspective on enhancing satellite survivability and ensuring commercial satellites are more agile in today’s threat environment.
Orion Space Solutions announced Aug. 16 it was selected by the U.S. Space Force to develop three small satellites for a demonstration of on-orbit services in geostationary Earth orbit.
A legislative proposal in the 2023 defense spending bill calling on DoD to leverage commercial space networks marks a victory of sorts for the SmallSat Alliance.
While there have been successful projects demonstrating readily available industry capability, the Department of Defense has not yet successfully institutionalized the imperative of responsive space
The U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command awarded SpaceX a $1.9 million one-year contract to provide Starlink internet services in Europe and Africa starting this month.
Once-in-a-generation advances in commercial technology will fundamentally strengthen the U.S. economic and security posture in space
Satellite ground stations that for decades have been operated by the U.S. Army will be officially handed over to the Space Force on Aug. 15.
Army officials at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium said space and cyber technologies should be used in support of special operations and information warfare
Lockheed Martin Ventures is increasing investments by $200 million and much of that will be focused on the space domain
BlackSky will launch a new imaging satellite in 2023 that will be used exclusively by the U.S. Army for tests and experiments.
Eleven organizations were selected by DARPA to help develop laser terminals and technical standards to connect satellites in space.
To offset a downturn in commercial satellite sales, Maxar is positioning itself to compete in the national security arena, Chris Johnson, head of Maxar’s satellite manufacturing operations, tells SpaceNews in an exclusive interview.
Gen. James Dickinson, head uf U.S. Space Command, said space traffic management should be transferred to a civilian agency as soon as possible
The head of U.S. Space Command said he expects a final decision to be made relatively soon on where the command will be permanently headquartered.
Maxar Technologies announced Aug. 9 it was selected by L3Harris to manufacture 14 missile-detection satellites for the U.S. Space Development Agency.