From the Magazine
The U.S. government, particularly the Defense Department, will play a decisive role in selecting which small launch providers stay in business.
As a wave of acquisitions washes over the space industry, NewSpace investors are finally finding the exits — just not where they expected them to be.
NASA’s MarCO mission showed that interplanetary cubesat missions, while possible, are anything but easy.
The traditional way of buying satellites and other space systems is problematic, Gen. John “Jay” Raymond, the leader of the U.S. Space Force has said, as programs take a decade or longer to move through the military acquisition process and struggle to keep up with commercial space innovation.
Since late May, the space industry, like organizations and individuals around the world, has been responding to the Black Lives Matter movement and calls for racial justice.
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).
UCAR’s president talks about space weather, radio occultation and a multidisciplinary approach to Earth science
As Congress and the Trump Administration seek to improve space weather coordination, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research is eager to help.