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L3Harris Technologies-assembled mirrors onboard the James Webb Space Telescope have produced the orbiting observatory’s first focused image of an ancient star from space. The Melbourne, Florida-headquartered company said Tuesday the milestone proved the operational effectiveness of the Optical Telescope Element, an 18-mirror system integrated and tested in simulated space conditions by its engineers. Described as […] More
L3Harris Technologies will continue to upgrade a system used to track space launches, debris and other space objects to help counter anti-satellite threats under a potential $50 million contract extension with the U.S. Space Force. The company said Thursday it will integrate government equipment and manage the deployment of applications for the Advanced Tracking and […] More
L3Harris Technologies has received the approval of the Space Development Agency for its final design of the Tracking Layer Tranche 0 missile-tracking satellite. The company said Thursday it can now proceed with the development, integration test and acceptance phase of its $193 million Tranche 0 work for the agency ahead of a planned satellite launch […] More
L3Harris Technologies will perform a second study for NASA to assess and test a concept for satellite weather sensors or sounders designed to improve tracking of severe storms. “To produce accurate forecasts, weather prediction models require detailed observations of the Earth’s surface to the top of the atmosphere,” Ed Zoiss, president of space and airborne […] More
L3Harris Technologies has completed the preliminary design review of its satellite prototype for the Space Development Agency’s in-orbit tracking layer, confirming the spacecraft’s design baseline for delivery. The milestone enables the continued development of the low-Earth orbit spacecraft meant to detect and track ballistic and hypersonic missiles using overhead persistent infrared sensors, the company said […] More
L3Harris Technologies has announced the expansion of its missile defense satellite workforce and asset at its Fort Wayne campus in Indiana to address the Department of Defense’s growing need for resilient spacecraft. The now 150,000-foot classified campus will host engineering, integration, testing and program management in support of satellite programs and U.S. missile defense efforts, […] More
L3Harris Technologies has won an $85 million contract for the delivery of up to 170 T7 large explosive ordnance disposal robots to the U.S. Air Force in support of base security. The company said Tuesday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes a 10-year delivery period starting in 2022 and covers systems support, maintenance and training. According to […] More
L3Harris Technologies plans to boost its satellite production capacity at its Central Florida location in an effort to facilitate the development of unclassified satellites for demonstration of new signals and technologies to support national defense. The company said Tuesday the site expansion will give way for the development and testing of the Navigation Technology Satellite-3, […] More

L3Harris Technologies is pursuing contract opportunities in responsive space systems as the Department of Defense invests more in the development of such architectures, C4ISRNET reported Wednesday. Ed Zoiss, president of space and airborne systems at L3Harris, said the company has received six contracts in responsive space and attributed those contract wins to its payload expertise, mission knowledge and capability to deliver rapid platforms.

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