SDA’s new on-orbit testbed will experiment with alternative PNT technology, other capabilities
Payload capabilities that are successfully demonstrated as part of SDA's NExT initiative could be incorporated into future satellite tranches.
Nominee for Space Force chief commits to fielding new electronic warfare tech
If confirmed by the Senate, Lt. Gen. Bradley Saltzman will lead the service as its second-ever Chief of Space Operations.
Army to create new offensive cyber and space program office
The Army is spinning cyber out from it's electronic warfare program office, in part, due to the joint programs it is delivering.
NRO, Air and Space Forces jointly investigating how to improve space-based ISR
The organizations are expanding cooperation to better confront modern challenges.
Space Force officially creates cryptologic service component for NSA
The Space Force has established a cryptologic component responsible to the National Security Agency and the Central Security Service.
SpaceWERX explores machine learning for on-orbit servicing, manufacturing
A newly awarded SBIR project could enable use cases spanning satellite life extension, active debris removal, predictive maintenance, and more.
Space Development Agency awards $1.3B for hypersonic missile-tracking satellites
Part of a larger constellation of hundreds of space-based devices, the systems are intended to help the military track next-generation threats.
Pentagon faces shortage of edge-computing capability for space systems
Top air and space IT officials want to bring processing power to the edge while on orbit.
New acquisition exec for US military space programs to tackle 'disconnect' between satellites, ground systems
Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition Frank Calvelli has five top priorities as he begins his new role.
Satellite communications seeing an 'explosion of activity' during Ukraine war
The war in Ukraine has boosted the demand for military and civilian satcom, according to a U.S. European Command IT official.