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Boeing's subsidiary, Millennium Space Systems, has concluded the critical design review of a space vehicle that is part of a Space Systems Command program intended to enhance America’s missile warning and defense architecture. The CDR of the Missile Track Custody space vehicle, completed in less than a year, builds upon the preceding CDR of the MTC mission payload, Millennium said Monday.

Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary has finished conducting a critical design review of Space Systems Command’s Missile Track Custody mission payload. Jason Kim, CEO of Millennium Space Systems, said in a statement published Wednesday the company has developed a system and digital model designed to help the customer track hypersonic glide vehicles and other modern […] More
The U.S. Space Force’s Wide Field of View missile warning satellite, which was built on a satellite bus from Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary, is expected to launch in 2022 and CEO Jason Kim said Millennium plans to use the experience it gained from the WFOV project to compete for contracts to develop constellations of […] More
Raytheon Technologies and Boeing‘s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary will use digital engineering techniques to develop digital models of infrared sensors for the U.S. Space Force’s future missile warning satellite constellation, C4ISRNET reported Tuesday. The companies will utilize digital engineering to test and validate whether the missile tracking satellites can operate in medium-Earth orbit under two […] More

Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary launched two small satellites as part of a controlled flight experiment to demonstrate a technology designed to help address orbital debris congestion. The DRAGRACER satellites took off aboard Rocket Lab’s Electron vehicle Nov. 19 to demonstrate a deployable tether technology designed to help low-Earth orbit satellites quickly return to the Earth's surface.

Millennium Space Systems has has started to integrate a spacecraft bus into a U.S. Air Force testbed sponsored by the Space and Missile Systems Center and managed by NASA. The Wide Field Of View spacecraft bus platform is projected to be “functionally integrated, tested and checked out by summer 2016,” Millennium said Feb. 15. The spacecraft is based on […] More

Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary announced the completion of a Tactically Responsive Space mission for the U.S. Space Force, called VICTUS NOX, demonstrating a capability for rapid on-orbit response to a national security threat.

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NASA announced on Sept. 29 that it had selected SpaceX to launch the Tandem Reconnection and Cusp Electrodynamics Reconnaissance Satellites mission. The pair of small satellites will study space weather and how the sun’s energy affects Earth’s magnetosphere, the space agency said. The TRACERS launch task order was awarded to SpaceX under the Venture-Class Acquisition of […] More
A Millennium Space Systems-built satellite took off Thursday aboard Firefly Aerospace‘s Alpha rocket from a launch pad at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California as part of a Space Systems Command-led Tactically Responsive Space mission, called Victus Nox. The liftoff occurred 27 hours after the U.S. Space Force issued a launch order for the TacRS […] More
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