BAE Systems is set to launch its first multi-sensor satellite cluster into low Earth orbit in 2024 to deliver high-quality information and intelligence in real-time from space to military customers. Known as AzaleaTM, the group of satellites will use a range of sensors to collect visual, radar and radio frequency (RF) data, which will be […]
Redwire Corporation has announced it has been contracted to deliver 42 high-gain antennas for an undisclosed national security customer for a low-Earth orbit satellite constellation with significant follow-on potential. Scheduled to be delivered within the next 18 months, the antennas will enable beyond-line-of-sight communications for the warfighter using a secured tactical network. Earlier this year, […]
As the possibility of war in LEO, MEO and GEO continue, the enhancement of the private sector in space utilizes the free-market system to foster radical developments and investment for both the government and private sector which incentivizes broad participation. But as the private sector grows, the separation of militarization and commercialization has been seemingly […]
Russia’s November 15 test was a particularly egregious incident, sending debris into the path of Russia’s own cosmonauts living aboard the ISS.
The U.S. military could store supplies in orbit and use Inversion’s capsule to deliver them anywhere in the world.
Lt. Gen. Armagno: ‘From a military perspective, there’s a need to understand more deeply the space domain’
Orbit Fab has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to advance on-orbit refueling technology.
And that’s exactly why there is no need to overreact.
“We need to recognize that we can no longer operate in the somewhat static ‘spy vs spy’ conditions of the Cold War and that we are dealing with a technologically advanced and ever-adapting adversary who has both the know-how and funding to continually push us on every front,” former Pentagon official Doug Loverro said.
The United States is still in the discussion phase of whether or not space systems should be considered a critical infrastructure sector, while adversary China reportedly tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile, Dr. Dawn Beyer, Lockheed Martin senior fellow, said Tuesday during the Value of Space Summit hosted by Space ISAC and The Aerospace Corporation.