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The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences will establish a new facility in Harford City, Md. that will host industrial additive manufacturing lines, National Defense Magazine reported Monday. The organization is coordinating with public and private organizations such as Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, University of Delaware, Northrop Grumman, 3D Systems and the Army Research Laboratory, […] More
The team in charge of NASA‘s Parker Solar Probe has observed that the spacecraft is performing as planned, Space News reported Friday. Andy Driesman, who manages the mission from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, said in a statement that the spacecraft is operating as designed, and the team is moving forward with commissioning activities. The […] More
A solar probe that Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory designed and produced for NASA took off Sunday aboard United Launch Alliance’s Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Parker Solar Probe will deploy its magnetometer boom and high-gain antenna in the mission’s first week and kick off in September […] More
NASA has announced it will launch the car-sized Parker Solar Probe on Aug. 6 for a mission to study the sun at a close distance. The spacecraft will launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket, as part of a project headed by Nicky Fox, a scientist from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, NASA said […] More
Five NASA-supported payloads lifted off Wednesday aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket from the company’s launch site in West Texas as part of a suborbital flight demonstration that aims to gather data and test the platforms in space. NASA said Thursday it selected the payloads through the Flight Opportunities program that supports flight testing of […] More
A NASA spacecraft designed to gather information about the sun is scheduled to take off no earlier than Aug. 4 aboard the United Launch Alliance’s Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Parker Solar Probe will determine how heat and energy move through the sun’s atmosphere by flying directly […] More
A United Launch Alliance-built rocket is set to take off on July 31 from a launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida to bring into space a NASA solar probe, Spaceflight Now reported Friday. The Delta 4-Heavy rocket will lift off in July to carry into space the agency’s Parker Solar Probe designed to collect data […] More
A solar probe Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory designed and built for NASA has arrived at Lockheed Martin‘s Astrotech Space Operations facility in Florida to begin pre-launch tests and preparations. APL said Thursday the Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to lift off July 31 at the Kennedy Space Center to study the sun’s outer atmosphere over […] More
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has selected four companies to develop technology platforms to help protect computers from cloud security threats. Raytheon‘s BBN Technologies business, Next Century, Siege Technologies and Star Labs will lead performance teams under IARPA’s Virtuous User Environment project, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said Tuesday. VirtUE seeks a user environment […] More
Cecil Haney, a retired U.S. Navy admiral and former head of the U.S. Strategic Command, has joined Systems Planning and Analysis‘ board of directors. SPA CEO and President William Vantine said in a press release that Haney brings to the company his experience in military operations, defense acquisition, nuclear deterrence, missile defense, space, cyber and plans, policy and requirements. […] More
Octo Consulting Group has received a potential five-year, $10 million blanket purchase agreement to maintain and update a quality and safety review system at the Department of Health and Human Services. The company said Tuesday it will help manage the QSRS platform that HHS’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality uses to monitor patient safety and adverse events nationwide. […] More
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded separate contracts to Raytheon‘s BBN Technologies business, Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University and University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute to develop language processing software platforms. All five awardees will aim to produce systems designed to identify and comprehend media documents written in foreign languages under the Machine Translation for English […] More
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