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DoD said this agreement is to "ensure the continued viability of space surveillance capability" in the U.S. industrial base.
Cost overruns on three instruments for NASA’s Europa Clipper spacecraft led NASA to consider dropping them from the mission and ultimately requiring significant changes to some of them.
Launch of a new Chinese Kuaizhou-11 commercial solid rocket ended in failure Friday resulting in the loss of two satellites.
Congress stood up the “Program on China and Transformational Exports" which Ex-Im is now working to implement
Collins Aerospace, Raytheon and Technology Advancement Group were awarded contracts to develop military GPS handheld devices.
The Air Force will use Descartes Labs' platform to draw intelligence from imagery collected by satellites and by autonomous aerial vehicles.
NASA announced July 7 that it has completed two major reviews that stemmed from Boeing’s flawed commercial crew test flight last December as the agency and company prepare for a second test flight later this year.
Maj. Gen. Chance Saltzman wil serve as acting staff director of the Office of the Chief of Space Operations.
NOAA forecasters predicting an active 2020 hurricane season are refining storm track and intensity forecasts thanks to data from multiple satellites, including the second Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate (COSMIC-2).
Thales Alenia Space of France and Italy won the largest share of prime contracts the European Space Agency awarded July 1 for further development of six new Copernicus satellite missions.
L3Harris has launched the first satellite of a remote sensing constellation.