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
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.
SpaceLink signed an agreement with the U.S. Army to explore ways to use the company’s data-relay constellation to deliver commercial satellite imagery directly to troops on the ground.
Mike Griffin: "Some elements of Congress are very supportive. Others are skeptical."
The ASLON-45 space vehicle manifest will consist of multiple 3U and larger U.S. government cubesats to low earth orbit.
The production of the third Delta 4 Heavy rocket under this contract is expected to be completed by January 2024.
Sen. Jack Reed: “I think within a year, next year at this time, we’ll have a Space Force."
The Wide Field Of View satellite will be used in support of the next-generation Overhead Persistent Infrared constellation.
As head of Army Space and Missile Defense Command since 2017, Dickinson has advocated for more training for troops about their dependence on space.