U.S. defense and intelligence agencies that increasingly rely on commercial satellites for imagery and other services are discussing how they might compensate companies if their spacecraft is damaged during an armed conflict.
Sierra Space signed an agreement with the U.S. Transportation Command to explore using Dream Chaser for point-to-point delivery of military cargo
Redwire announced June 7 it won a contract to produce 42 tactical communications antennas for U.S. military satellites in low Earth orbit.
Small GEO satellite operator Astranis sees an opportunity to break into the defense market as the military seeks to diversify its communications architecture
The U.S. military and intelligence community have a growing demand for satellite imagery but their acquisition methods prevent them from taking advantage of a vibrant commercial market, says a new CSIS report.
The U.S. needs better capabilities to monitor adversaries’ activities in space and has to quickly deploy satellite constellations that can survive in a conflict, said Maj. Gen. David Miller, of U.S. Space Command.
The Space Foundation and KMPG released a new report Aug. 17 titled 'Navigating Space: A Vision for the Space Domain'
Without satellites in space, military forces on the ground cannot shoot, move or communicate. That is the mantra that the Army’s 1st Space Brigade tries to instill with troops around the world.
Will Roper said an extended CR is especially damaging for space "where we are trying to build systems to be survivable."
Air Force Space Command to consider options for how to make launch ranges more responsive to commercial needs
Don Claussen recently spoke with SpaceNews about the merger and the evolution of military satellite constellations.
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.”