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09-25-2018

Dark side of the moon holds clues to early universe

NASA recently picked the Dark Ages Polarimetry Pathfinder (DAPPER) as one of nine small satellite missions that it will study over the next 6 months.

09-21-2018

UCAR, NSF sign agreement for NCAR management

The five-year agreement includes the possibility of a five-year extension.

09-21-2018

MAVEN takes selfie to mark four years in orbit at Mars

The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft went into orbit around Mars four years ago this month.

09-17-2018

Mattel, Inc. releases Dream Chaser® Spacecraft Matchbox toy

America’s next generation spaceplane will soon be available in stores. Mattel, Inc. toymaker is releasing a Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Dream Chaser spacecraft Matchbox® toy, which will be sold in stores starting in September.

09-10-2018

Ball Aerospace receives exclusive license to build Geiger-mode LIDAR cameras for defense and aerospace industries

Ball Aerospace has signed an exclusive license agreement to be the sole manufacturer of the Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode (GmAPD) light detection and ranging (LIDAR) cameras for the defense and aerospace industries.

09-10-2018

Boeing HorizonX Ventures invests in BridgeSat to advance satellite communications

Investment supports faster, more reliable space-based optical connectivity.

09-10-2018

Viasat selects United Launch Alliance’s proven Atlas V rocket for commercial satellite launch

Global communications company, Viasat Inc., (Nasdaq: VSAT) announced today it selected United Launch Alliance’s (ULA’s) proven Atlas V vehicle to launch one of its ViaSat-3 satellite missions.

08-20-2018

CASIS and Teledyne Brown Engineering announce remote sensing challenge

Funding opportunity will provide researchers the ability to utilize the Multi-User System for Earth Sensing platform, leveraging the extreme environment of space.

08-20-2018

Colorado Air and Space Port granted site operator license from Federal Aviation Administration

The spaceport will also provide a boost to the state's economy by keeping the nearly 200,000 jobs.