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Norm O’Meara, a senior fellow at consulting firm LMI, helped the National Research Council carry out its efforts to assess current U.S. air traffic control staffing and operating practices. LMI said Tuesday that O’Meara served as staff coordinator for the 12-person team that conducted air traffic control research at 315 facilities nationwide, as mandated by Congress. Part of the study focused […] More
Discovery Laboratories announced Tuesday that it has received $1.9 million of a $2.4 million fast-track small business innovation research grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. The award supports continuing research into the ongoing phase 2a clinical trials for Aerosurf, Discovery Labs’ answer to treating infantile respiratory distress syndrome. […] More
Airbus Group and Safran have inked a memorandum of understanding to develop new space launchers for commercial and government customers through a 50-50 joint venture. Safran will combine its propulsion technologies with Airbus’ launcher systems under the joint venture, Airbus said Monday. The agreement builds on an industrial initiative led by the European Space Agency […] More
The International Center for Bio saline Agriculture in Dubai will use Dell technology to help build a system to analyze the effect of weather patterns on agriculture in the Middle East and North Africa. The ICBA, funded by USAID and in partnership with NASA’s Goddard Flight Center, will use weather research and forecast modelling to understand […] More
Boeing unveiled the prototype design for its commercial space taxi during a ceremony held Monday at a former shuttle processing site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Orlando Sentinel reported Tuesday. Richard Burnett writes that Boeing showcased a full-size CST-100 model as the end of a two-year industry competition under the NASA Commercial […] More
Boeing has opened a research and technology center in Brazil to facilitate aerospace technology development in areas such as sustainable aviation biofuel, air traffic management, remote sensing, metals and bio-materials. The company said Wednesday the Boeing Research & Technology-Brazil facility in the São José dos Campos Technology Park is its sixth international research center. “Recognizing the talented and growing […] More
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has announced the launch of a research project to collect electromagnetic field data on suborbital spaceflights. APL will gather the information by using an instrument that will fly onboard a Virgin Galactic space plane as part of a NASA-funded science mission with a launch date still to be […] More
The Northrop Grumman-built unmanned aircraft Global Hawk recorded 665 flight hours during exercise and operational activities for the week that ended Feb. 23, 2014. To date, the high altitude long endurance drone has flown more than 110,000 hours to support global missions of the Air Force, Navy and NASA, Northrop said Wednesday. Global Hawk logged 433.8 hours […] More
Air Force Gen. William Shelton has said the branch continues to move forward with efforts to certify SpaceX as a contractor to compete for satellite launch work, Reuters reported Wednesday. Andrea Shalal write that Shelton, chief of the Air Force Space Command, sees the process concluding by either the year’s end or in early 2015 and […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne and aerospace engineering firm Dynetics have expanded their partnership to develop rocket propulsion and booster systems for government and commercial aerospace customers. The companies have worked together under NASA‘s Space Launch System program with the goal of minimizing risks for launch vehicle thrusters, Aerojet Rocketdyne said Monday. NASA, Aerojet Rocketdyne and Dynetics also […] More
Boeing has teamed up with Samsung to identify ways of adding wireless connectivity features to a Boeing-built crew transport spacecraft. The companies signed a partnership agreement during the 30th Space Symposium and seek to incorporate mobile tools into Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation-100 capsule, Boeing said Tuesday. “Just as they’ve done on Earth, mobile tools and […] More
A SpaceX-built cargo ship has landed in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday after delivering nearly 5,000 pounds of experiments and supplies to the International Space Station, Military Times reported Sunday. James Dean writes that SpaceX’s Dragon unmanned capsule left the ISS at 9:26 a.m. Eastern time and then came down approximately 300 miles off the […] More
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