Space Development Agency
The Space Development Agency needs “affordable” optical terminals that can be mass produced.
The Space Development Agency is considering buying its next 150 satellites from three different vendors,
The Space Development Agency is less worried about missile strikes than it is about cyber attacks and intrusions into the supply chain.
SDA is seeking feedback on vendors' ability to support a homogeneous constellation design.
LeoStella sees opportunities to supply satellites to the U.S. Space Development Agency.
The Defense Department's Space Development Agency is now shaking things up. The agency has been around for only two years and remains relatively unknown. But it began to draw attention from across the space industry last fall.
The Space and Missile Systems Center for more than a year has been helping the Space Development Agency accelerate the procurement of small satellites.
The Space Development Agency will solicit bids for an upcoming procurement of up to 150 satellites to be launched in late 2024.
The NG-16 cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station will carry a Space Development Agency payload to collect data for the development of missile-tracking sensors.
SDA and DARPA small spacecraft equipped with optical crosslinks will fly to orbit in SpaceX's next rideshare mission Transporter-2.
Mynaric, a Germany-based manufacturer of optical satellite terminals, is expanding its footprint in the United States and opening an office in Washington D.C.
A “broad area announcement” Jan. 25 asks companies for information on emerging technologies that the Space Development Agency might be interested in funding if they meet specific needs.
The Missile Defense Agency awarded Northrop Grumman a $155 million contract Jan. 22. L3Harris received a $121 million contract Jan. 14.
Following a series of contract protests, the Space Development Agency again awarded SpaceX a $149 million contract and L3Harris a $193.5 million contract to each build four satellites to detect and track ballistic and hypersonic missiles
SpaceX has been awarded a $150.4 million contract to launch as many as 28 satellites for the Pentagon’s space agency.