NASA Urged To Develop Post-International Space Station Strategy
Mikulski To Retire from Senate

U.S. Air Force Considers Extending OSP-3 Launch Contracting Vehicle

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The U.S. Air Force is planning to modify its current contracting vehicle for launching its mostly experimental small- and medium-class payloads due to a hiatus in activity that is expected to last for at least a third consecutive year.

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New Alliance To Promote Space Development and Settlement Policies
Op-ed | The Domination Delusion
U.S. Senate Easily Confirms Carter as Next Defense Secretary
House To Quickly Consider New NASA Authorization Bill
17 Space Questions Posed to Ash Carter by Senate Panel
U.S. Satellite Group: Simplify Regulatory Procedure, Create New Regime for Smallsats
Pentagon Proposes Accelerated Schedule for SBSS Follow-on Satellites
U.S. and Germany Sign Space Surveillance Pact
Commentary | Strategic Stability in U.S.-China Relations

Special Report | U.S. Civil & Military Space Procurement Forecast

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An overview of upcoming space procurements for U.S. government in the civl and military arenas.

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Op-ed | Time for U.S. Focus on Earth Observation, Space Industrial Base

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The commercial remote sensing and Earth observation environment has changed radically since its founding in the mid-1990s. Commercial technology development has accelerated rapidly, bringing new capabilities — like laser communications — that can benefit and enable this sector regardless of its origin.

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Letter | Private Sector Can Boost U.S. Weather Forecasting
SpaceX Lawsuit against U.S. Air Force Encounters Jurisdictional Challenge

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