Pentagon to phase out use of geostationary satellites for missile warning, missile tracking

The plan highlights the DOD’s embrace of proliferated low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite architectures, which officials view as more resilient than the larger, more expensive spacecraft that currently reside in GEO.

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Payload capabilities that are successfully demonstrated as part of SDA's NExT initiative could be incorporated into future satellite tranches.

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If confirmed by the Senate, Lt. Gen. Bradley Saltzman will lead the service as its second-ever Chief of Space Operations.

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The Army is spinning cyber out from it's electronic warfare program office, in part, due to the joint programs it is delivering.

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The organizations are expanding cooperation to better confront modern challenges.

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The Space Force has established a cryptologic component responsible to the National Security Agency and the Central Security Service.

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A newly awarded SBIR project could enable use cases spanning satellite life extension, active debris removal, predictive maintenance, and more.

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Part of a larger constellation of hundreds of space-based devices, the systems are intended to help the military track next-generation threats.

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Top air and space IT officials want to bring processing power to the edge while on orbit.

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Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition Frank Calvelli has five top priorities as he begins his new role.

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The war in Ukraine has boosted the demand for military and civilian satcom, according to a U.S. European Command IT official.