Linking Large Language Models for Space Domain Awareness

Satellite Dishes (Defense One) Presented by Booz Allen, Published by Defense One, 12 January 2024 Advancing AI to Ensure Freedom and Safety in Space SPEED READ There’s an urgent need for advanced AI as an expected surge in the number of active satellites by 2030 makes space increasingly “competitive, congested,

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US leads world in 2023 launches, sats on orbit: study

By Theresa Hitchens, Published by Breaking Defense, 4 January 2024 SpaceX alone was responsible for 98 of the 109 launch attempts made by the US in 2023, and 1,937 of the 2,234 US satellites successfully orbited. WASHINGTON — The United States led the world, far surpassing both China and Russia,

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Private Peregrine moon lander failure won’t stop NASA’s ambitious commercial lunar program

(Image credit: Intuitive Machines) By Monisha Ravisetti, published by Space.com, 10 January 2024 Despite anomalies experienced by the Peregrine lunar lander, scientists are looking ahead to upcoming missions under NASA's Commercial Lunar Payload Services program. NEW ORLEANS — It was only two days ago when Peregrine, the inaugural private lander

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How Space Force is raising its cyber defenses

By Edward Graham, Published by Defense One, 9 January 2024 The newest service is building in-house cyber teams but also needs to work more closely with U.S. Cyber Command, a deputy chief of space operations says. Addressing cyber threats to critical U.S. space capabilities, including satellites and missile-warning systems, will

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