Lockheed Martin is redesigning the bus used for Global Positioning System satellites so they can be upgraded with new hardware on orbit.
L3Harris Technologies received a $136 million contract from Lockheed Martin for four digital payloads for GPS navigation satellites.
Raytheon plans to formally oppose Lockheed Martin’s proposed $4.4 billion acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne, Raytheon’s CEO Gregory Hayes said Feb. 17.
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DoD has to transition to a space architecture that takes advantage of emerging technologies, Steve Butow, director of the Defense Innovation Unit’s space portfolio, said at the SmallSat Symposium.
ABL Space Systems will conduct a launch for Lockheed Martin from a new spaceport in the Shetland Islands, fulfilling an agreement with the British government announced in 2018.
The Space Force wants an open platform to process and distribute data from missile-warning satellites so it's less dependent on the current prime contractor Lockheed Martin.
Lockheed Martin gets $4.9 billion contract to build three missile-warning satellites for U.S. Space Force
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $4.9 billion contract for the production of three geosynchronous Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared satellites.
Lockheed Martin CEO Jim Taiclet said he expects the U.S. government to approve the company’s proposed $4.4 billion acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne despite concerns that it could reduce competition in the hypersonic weapons market.
Lockheed Martin announced Dec. 20 it has inked a deal to acquire rocket engine manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne for $4.4 billion.
SMC on Oct. 7 exercised an option under a 2018 contract to purchase two more GPS 3F satellites from Lockheed Martin for $511 million.
Lockheed Martin announced Dec. 2 it has competed production of the fifth satellite of the Space Based Infrared System constellation.
To compete in an unconventional program like the Space Development Agency's Transport Layer, Lockheed Martin decided to team up with commercial companies.
Satellite manufacturers expressed optimism that overall demand for satellite communications would remain strong.