Space is becoming more congested, competitive and contested with thousands of small LEO satellites set to be put into orbit over the next decade. These assets offer the opportunity to provide un-dreamt of levels of connectivity – but have also c…
11th Annual University of Nebraska Washington, D.C. Space Law Conference: “Intersections of Commercial and National Security Space”
The University of Nebraska College of Law’s 11th Annual Washington D.C. Space Law Conference, “Intersections of Commercial and National Security Space,” will be held at the National Press Club on September 21st from 10:30AM-5:00PM. The confe…
Raymond: “We are making bold shifts toward war fighting and space superiority.”
U.S. intelligence report: “Russia and China aim to have nondestructive and destructive counter-space weapons available for use during a potential future conflict.”
Elon Musk: "This vehicle opens up a whole new class of payloads and it’s up to customers what they want to launch.”
A two-year budget deal with give the Pentagon $700 billion in fiscal year 2018 and $716 billion in fiscal year 2019.
The Air Force kicked off the sixth competitive launch service solicitation under the current phase of the EELV program.
SN Military.Space | Vice Chief Selva: With no budget ‘We’re gambling’ – Why it’s hard to defend space – Space industry adapts to changing market
With still no budget four months into fiscal year 2018, the Pentagon is waiting to see where the chips fall. Defense officials are ready to take the FY19 budget proposal up to Capitol Hill but that may prove a tricky bet not knowing what Congress will appropriate for FY18.
Gen. Selva: “What are you going to do when the enemy knows everything about you simply because they can exploit big data?”
Air Force Space Command's Gen. Raymond: "We have officially transitioned the national space defense center from an experiment to a functioning 24/7/365 operations center.”
CSIS: From 2013 to 2015, contracts on space products plummeted by 56 percent, and R&D fell by 47 percent.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis: “In space we will do our best to deter. But for right now, it’s about sizing up the problem."
“What are we going to do about deterrence in space?” That is a question the administration should answer in the new strategy, said CSIS analyst Todd Harrison.
Pentagon auditors found gaps in EELV quality assurance management that “could increase program costs, delay launch schedules, and increase the risk of mission failure.”