Component shortages have been challenging manufacturers to bolster supply chains as a lack of semiconductors threatens delays and price hikes.
Lockheed Martin received a $1 billion contract to operate and maintain the ground control systems of the U.S. military’s Space Based Infrared System geostationary satellites.
The Japanese and Canadian space agencies announced plans May 26 to send small rovers to the moon in the next several years, as Lockheed Martin unveiled a partnership with automaker General Motors to propose a rover for NASA’s Artemis program.
Lockheed Martin wins $27 million contract modification for integration of DARPA’s Blackjack satellites
DARPA announced it has increased Lockheed Martin’s contract for satellite integration work for the Blackjack program by $27.3 million.
Six months after including it on the team that won a NASA technology contract, Lockheed Martin has quietly dropped in-space transportation company Momentus from that project.
DARPA selected Blue Origin and Lockheed Martin to develop competing spacecraft concepts for a demonstration of nuclear thermal propulsion.
Lockheed Martin’s space traffic management software will be used by Germany’s space agency.
Lockheed Martin has signed a contract with small launch vehicle developer ABL Space Systems for as many as 58 launches over the next decade, a deal potentially worth several hundred million dollars.
The Space Force announced SBIRS GEO-5 will launch May 17 on a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket.
Lockheed Martin has signed an agreement with Omnispace to share business and technical information on the deployment of 5G networking technology in space.
Aerojet Rocketdyne doesn’t expect any potential changes to the Artemis program to have much of an effect on its business supplying engines for NASA’s Space Launch System.
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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