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The US Department of Defense said that the United States has awarded LinQuest Corporation a more than $32-million contract for systems engineering and integration support services to support the Military Satellite Communications Systems.

 
 

 

 

 
Is NASA on the Verge of Announcing They’ve Found Aliens?
• Is NASA on the Verge of Announcing They’ve Found Aliens?
— A video posted online by an entity claiming affiliation with the amorphous hacktivist collectiv....>>
 
US Preps for Limitless War With Proposed New ‘Space Corps’
• US Preps for Limitless War With Proposed New ‘Space Corps’
— Lawmakers in Washington are seeking to create a brand-new military branch – the first since the....>>
 
How the US is gearing up as fear of a space war mounts
• How the US is gearing up as fear of a space war mounts
— Air Force creates a new position for a three-star general that will serve as a space czar advis....>>
 
Airbus: Successfully launched Sentinel-2B to complete Europe´s colour vision mission of Earth
• Airbus: Successfully launched Sentinel-2B to complete Europe´s colour vision mission of Earth
— Multispectral instruments provide full picture of our planet´s land masses in unique image qual....>>
 
Fourth AEHF Protected Communications Satellite Begins Integration Months Ahead of Schedule

• Fourth AEHF Protected Communications Satellite Begins Integration Months Ahead of Schedule

 
 
Russia Set to Launch 4 GLONASS Satellites This Year • Russia Set to Launch 4 GLONASS Satellites This Year  
 
Russia Tests ‘Missile Defense Killer’
• Russia Tests ‘Missile Defense Killer’
— The US missile defense system is no match for the new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM)....>>
 
Soyuz Takes Russian Military Satellite to Orbit
• Soyuz Takes Russian Military Satellite to Orbit
— A Soyuz-2.1B carrier rocket orbited a military satellite on Friday, the defense ministry’s spok....>>
 
Russia Plans to Launch 16 ICBMs This Year
• Russia Plans to Launch 16 ICBMs This Year
— Russia’s Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) plan to launch 16 intercontinental ballistic missiles (....>>
 
Northrop Grumman, NASA Renew Earth Science Partnership
• Northrop Grumman, NASA Renew Earth Science Partnership
— Northrop Grumman Corporation and NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center extended the NASA Space A....>>
 
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Voyager - From Point A to Point A (1/13/2012)
Russian Spacecraft Turned Space Junk to Crash Soon (1/12/2012)
Northrop Grumman's Astro Aerospace Unit Completes Critical Design... (1/9/2012)
Is the Air Force's Secret Robot Space Plane Spying on China? (1/5/2012)
Russia prepares for launch of Proton-M carrier rocket with Dutch satellite (12/26/2011)
Soyuz To Restore Six-Person Station Ops (12/24/2011)
Emirates 'close to French satellite buy' (12/23/2011)
NASA clears SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket for trial run to space station (12/9/2011)
U.S. Air Force Plans Reusable Space Booster (12/9/2011)
Antarctic Expedition Checks Esa CryoSat Down-under (12/9/2011)
China to launch Turkmenistan communications satellite in 2014 (12/8/2011)
Syria Receives 72 Yakhont Missiles from Russia (12/3/2011)
HyperMach Now Aiming for Mach 4 Bizjet (11/26/2011)
MEADS Undergoes First Flight Test Despite Funding Crunch (11/25/2011)
Arianespace to launch Australian satellite Optus 10 (11/21/2011)
Astrium successfully delivers Arabsat-5C satellite in orbit (10/27/2011)
IAF’s Bhatinda base to become operational by next year (10/9/2011)
Inside the Air Force's Secret Mission X-37B Space Plane (10/5/2011)
Flawed Air Force ICBM Count Shows Need for Better Books: GAO (9/16/2011)
Environmental Testing of New US Military Communications Satellite (9/8/2011)
 
Voyager - From Point A to Point A (1/13/2012)
Russian Spacecraft Turned Space Junk to Crash Soon (1/12/2012)
Northrop Grumman's Astro Aerospace Unit Completes Critical Design... (1/9/2012)
Is the Air Force's Secret Robot Space Plane Spying on China? (1/5/2012)
Russia prepares for launch of Proton-M carrier rocket with Dutch satellite (12/26/2011)
Soyuz To Restore Six-Person Station Ops (12/24/2011)
Emirates 'close to French satellite buy' (12/23/2011)
NASA clears SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket for trial run to space station (12/9/2011)
U.S. Air Force Plans Reusable Space Booster (12/9/2011)
Antarctic Expedition Checks Esa CryoSat Down-under (12/9/2011)
China to launch Turkmenistan communications satellite in 2014 (12/8/2011)
Syria Receives 72 Yakhont Missiles from Russia (12/3/2011)
HyperMach Now Aiming for Mach 4 Bizjet (11/26/2011)
MEADS Undergoes First Flight Test Despite Funding Crunch (11/25/2011)
Arianespace to launch Australian satellite Optus 10 (11/21/2011)
Astrium successfully delivers Arabsat-5C satellite in orbit (10/27/2011)
IAF’s Bhatinda base to become operational by next year (10/9/2011)
Inside the Air Force's Secret Mission X-37B Space Plane (10/5/2011)
Flawed Air Force ICBM Count Shows Need for Better Books: GAO (9/16/2011)
Environmental Testing of New US Military Communications Satellite (9/8/2011)
 
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• Russia Plans to Launch 16 ICBMs This Year

(5/31/2013)
Russia’s Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) plan to launch 16 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) of various types this year, SMF spokesman Col. Igor Yegorov said Friday....>>

• Northrop Grumman, NASA Renew Earth Science Partnership

(5/30/2013)
Northrop Grumman Corporation and NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center extended the NASA Space Act Agreement and will continue sharing Northrop Grumman-produced Global Hawk unmanned...>>

• US Air Force's X-37B 'Secret Space Plane' Has Spent Five Months In Orbit (But No One Knows Why)

(5/29/2013)
A top-secret robotic space plane owned by the US military and with an unidentified payload and mission has now been in orbit above Earth for five months....>>

• Air Force Telecoms Satellite Launches in United States

(5/25/2013)
A Delta IV rocket successfully launched a Wideband Global SATCOM 5 satellite from Cape Canaveral on 20:27 EDT (4:27 Moscow time) Friday, media reported....>>

• Ecuadorian satellite escapes collision with Russian rocket

(5/24/2013)
Ecuador's first satellite avoided a direct collision with the remains of a Russian rocket, but whether the device is still operating remains unclear, the head of the country's EXA ...>>

• Russian Minister Urges Completion of 2 New Radars

(5/24/2013)
Construction of Russia’s two new antimissile radars – one in the Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad and the other in Siberia’s Irkutsk region – should be complete by the end of next yea...>>

• Mars bombarded by over 200 space rocks per year: NASA

(5/16/2013)
Scientists have estimated that Mars is bombarded by more than 200 small asteroids or bits of comets per year forming craters at least 3.9 meters across, US space agency NASA said....>>

• US Air Force Disciplines 17 Nuclear Missile Officers – Report

(5/8/2013)
The US Air Force has stripped 17 officers responsible for nuclear missile readiness of their duties after a test at a base in Minot, North Dakota revealed procedural violations, ba...>>

• US Experimental Military Aircraft Hits Hypersonic Speed

(5/3/2013)
An unmanned US military aircraft has flown more than five times faster than the speed of sound in a “breakthrough” flight experiment, the US Air Force said Friday....>>

 



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