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The Commercial Space Office, or COMSO, is known as the direct link between the commercial space sector and the U.S. Space Force and is led by Col. Richard Kniseley, senior material leader and a two-decade Air Force service member.

Col. Kniseley is set to participate in a panel at the Potomac Officers Club’s Space Summit in less than a week — if you haven’t yet, register now to attend and hear his great insights, alongside leaders from NGA and NRO.

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Astroscale's U.S. business has secured a $25.5 million contract from the U.S. Space Force to build a small satellite capable of conducting uninterrupted refueling missions in geostationary orbit. The Astroscale Prototype Servicer for Refueling will be designed to carry and transfer hydrazine directly to client spacecraft, Astroscale U.S. said Wednesday.

The Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Space Summit will offer an in-depth look at how U.S. space experts, government leaders and industry executives are tackling the most urgent issues while forging a path forward in space. Register now.

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The U.S. Space Force has started soliciting industry information as it works to determine the acquisition strategy for a new contract vehicle to support training and operations across the Space Operations Command's portfolio of missions. Responses are due Jan. 29.

Hear government leaders, space experts and industry executives discuss the latest space technologies, commercial investments and urgent issues facing the space domain at the Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Space Summit on March 5. Register here.

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Retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Kim Crider has been appointed to the board of advisers of satellite design and manufacturing company Proteus Space, bringing to the role years of software and technology implementation experience. Crider was part of the Air Force for over three decades, most recently serving as U.S. Space Force chief technology innovation officer, Proteus Space said Thursday.

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Four companies have secured other transaction authority agreements from Space Systems Command to develop ground-based command and control system prototypes to support missile warning satellites. Ball Aerospace, Parsons, General Dynamics and Omni Federal each received a 16-month, $9.75 million Phase 1 contract for the Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution Command and Control prototype project, the National Security Technology Accelerator announced Wednesday.

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The research and development center of Lockheed Martin's space business unit has secured a contract from Space Systems Command to develop data exploitation technology for the U.S. Space Force's missile warning satellite constellation. Lockheed's Advanced Technology Center will build typing and characterization algorithms to help SSC's Tools Applications Processing Lab analyze and interpret incoming data from the next-generation Overhead Persistent Infrared sensors that track ballistic and hypersonic missile threats.

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ABL Space Systems has received a $15 million contract from the Space Systems Command to execute a responsive space launch demonstration. The SSC said Friday that its Assured Access to Space office awarded the contract under the Small Business Innovative Research Strategic Funding Initiative program in support of its Tactically Responsive Space initiatives. Under the contract, […] More
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