Nearly 40 student-built payloads to fly on an intern-built sport rocket on July 14.
Maxar Technologies’ DigitalGlobe introduces EarthWatch™, the most powerful cloud-based commercial product for geospatial information
Using EarthWatch, commercial customers will have access to a comprehensive suite of DigitalGlobe products, including fresh satellite imagery from DigitalGlobe’s satellite constellation and seamless, curated basemaps created from the company’s geospatially accurate imagery to extract insightful information.
University of Colorado Boulder and NOAA atmospheric research drones will study the clouds, storms and rainfall of Colorado’s San Luis Valley beginning July 14 as part of Flight Week, hosted by the International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely Piloted Aircraft (ISARRA).
Black Swift Technologies(BST), a specialized engineering firm recognized for its purpose-built scientific aerial platforms, announced today it has been awarded a NASA contract to develop an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to perform upper atmospheric observations of the planet Venus.
Matching grant from the State of Colorado also awarded to Advanced Space to continue development of next-generation systems for the Moon.
Ball Aerospace has been chosen to develop and build the Wide Field Instrument (WFI) Optical Mechanical Assembly (WOMA) for NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST).
BridgeSat’s laser satellite terminals and ground services connect ICEYE’s next-gen microsatellite constellation
BridgeSat announced today a set of agreements to provide space laser terminals and data services to ICEYE, the world’s first commercial microsatellite synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) constellation.
United Launch Alliance selects Aerojet Rocketdyne’s RL10 engine for next-generation Vulcan Centaur upper stage
United Launch Alliance (ULA) today announced Aerojet Rocketdyne as a strategic partner for the RL10 upper stage engine for ULA’s next-generation Vulcan Centaur rocket following a competitive procurement process.
Sierra Nevada Corporation’s (SNC) hardware is once again on its way to Mars, this time aboard NASA’s InSight Mars lander. SNC’s actuators are a critical component on the robotic arm of the vehicle that launched for Mars on May 5 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the California coast.
SBIRS GEO Flight-4 completes baseline constellation, global coverage.