SpaceNews.com is reporting from Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 4-7 to bring you comprehensive coverage of the 37th Space Symposium.
The U.S. Space Force in 2025 plans to launch to geostationary orbit three small satellites that will attempt to dock with a propellant tanker so they can be refueled in space.
As Maxar satellites continue to collect images of Russia’s attacks on Ukraine, the company is working with customers so it can allocate more capacity to meet U.S. government needs, CEO Daniel Jablonsky told SpaceNews.
The SpaceNews editorial team produced four show dailies, a nightly email newsletter and all-day web coverage during the 37th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs the week of April 4.We’ve compiled all our reporting into a special digital edition that's free.
The U.S. Space Force is requesting an additional $200 million in fiscal year 2023 to launch satellites for the Space Development Agency’s missile-tracking constellation.
The Navigation Technology Satellite-3 (NTS-3), an experiment funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory, will broadcast PNT signals from geostationary orbit to supplement GPS satellites in medium Earth orbit
Warpspace, a Japanese space startup developing an inter-satellite laser communications system, is establishing a U.S. presence to partner with American companies and compete for government and military contracts.
BlackSky looks to expand its military business amid growing interest in commercial satellite imagery
Amid a surge in demand for satellite imagery, BlackSky is looking to expand its national security and defense business.
Astroscale plans to resume an attempt to capture a satellite acting as a piece of debris in low Earth orbit despite losing half the servicer’s eight thrusters.
Before Russia invaded Ukraine, many considered international space cooperation safely insulated from geopolitical strife.
Megaconstellation startup E-Space is preparing to deploy the first of potentially hundreds of thousands of satellites on a Rocket Lab mission slated for no earlier than April 19.
A shortage of Ukrainian Antonov aircraft raises the prospect of more delays for satellite projects already bogged down by supply chain issues.
Companies interested in a NASA competition for a second Artemis lunar lander are using this week’s 37th Space Symposium to find partners that may result in different teams than the earlier lander competition.
The European Space Agency is continuing discussions with NASA on how the agencies can work together to revive ESA’s ExoMars mission after ending cooperation with Russia.
The most likely form of attack facing satellite networks does not happen in space but on the ground, where hackers seek to exploit vulnerabilities.