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SpaceX has reflown its Falcon 9 launch vehicle booster to help the National Reconnaissance Office deploy a satellite to orbit, marking the first time NRO permitted such rocket hardware to be reused for one of its missions. The agency said its NROL-85 payload lifted off at 6:13 a.m. Pacific time Sunday from Vandenberg Space Force […] More
CAES has partnered with Lattice Semiconductor to qualify and distribute the latter’s field-programmable gate array for use in space systems. The Arlington, Virginia-based electronics manufacturer said Monday Lattice’s radiation-resistant Certus-NX-RT and CertusPro FPGAs will be added to its space product portfolio and offered as reconfigurable processing systems for future satellites. The Lattice-made FPGAs build on […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ intelligence and space business will use its software-defined active electronically scanned array radar to enable integration of unmanned aircraft systems into the National Airspace System through a test program. The company said Tuesday it received a contract for the development of a supplemental data service provider test initiative aimed at advancing beyond visual […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has opened a new customer experience center in Huntsville, Alabama, to support aviation programs of the U.S. Army and offer technology demonstration and collaborative spaces. The company said Monday its new facility is located near the Army’s Alabama-based Redstone Arsenal and will support a range of aviation efforts including […] More
Clint Crosier, a retired Air Force major general and director of aerospace and satellite team at Amazon Web Services, said he thinks high-performance computing is one of the use cases that the cloud is enabling in the space domain because it offers additional capability for digital engineering, digital modeling and simulation. “I think we will […] More

Dan Jablonsky, president and CEO of Maxar Technologies, has said the company aims to build a platform to help NASA astronauts reach and explore the moon's surface, The Denver Channel reported Wednesday. Westminster, Colo.-based Maxar will produce and demonstrate the first element of the space agency's lunar Gateway station under a potential $375M contract awarded in May.

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