From 2013 until 2017, Barrett served as chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Aerospace Corporation
Do small launcher companies need megaconstellation business to survive? How should they approach a market that sometimes feels like its changing faster than the rockets themselves? Five launch companies discussed these topics March 13 at a Washington Space Business Roundtable discussion moderated by SpaceNews.
Shanahan: “I am honored by today’s announcement of President Trump’s intent to nominate."
Leahy is best known in defense technology circles as the “father of the X-45."
Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) told Scolese that he supports his nomination.
DoD IG report says Musk told Shanahan that SpaceX did not win an Air Force launch service contract because it had written a poor proposal that “missed the mark.”
Griffin has scoffed at SDA naysayers. “I’m not personally trying to shake up anybody or anything."
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Goldfein: 'Our goal is to prevent and deter conflict'
To plan future constellations, the agency is conducting the NOAA Satellite Observing System Architecture (NSOSA) study. What has it revealed so far? And how will commercial satellites and data products feed into future architectures?
At last week's international air chiefs conference, "every country talked about their space launch business."
Wilson is not opposed to using commercial LEO constellations, but is concerned about the risk.
SASC wants to how the Space Force will support and integrate with U.S. Space Command and the Space Development Agency.
U.S. Strategic Command was handed the responsibility last fall to solve one of the Defense Department’s most sensitive and complex technology problems: the modernization of the nation’s nuclear command, control and communications system, known as NC3.
Raymond today is the nation’s top space commander, overseeing space forces under the Air Force and joint forces under U.S. Strategic Command.
Swarm Technologies’ self-stated mission is to bring internet access to the whole world, but it’s best known at this point for defying the U.S. Federal Communications Commission by launching four tiny SpaceBee satellites last year without a license.
As a House appropriations subcommittee gears up for a series of hearings this week on budget requests for science agencies, including NASA, the chairman of that subcommittee said he will not run for reelection because of health issues.
The Space Development Agency will be based at the Pentagon and is projected to have about 100 people.