Space Force tests small satellite jammer to protect against ‘space-enabled’ attacks

Space Training and Readiness Command recently conducted a test of the Remote Modular Terminal (RMT), a new system for the Space Rapid Capabilities Office. (Image credit: U.S. Space Force photo by Isaac Blancas) By Brett Tingley, Published by Space.com, 24 April 2024 Such a system could disrupt adversary satellites overhead that

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Global Space Defense and Security investment set to continue major growth trend over coming decade

A digital illustration of a network of satellites around the Earth. Visual: Andriy Onufriyenko/Moment via Getty Images From Novaspace, 8 April 2024 Launch rates for defense and dual-use satellites are expected to see a significant surge over the next 10 years as countries ramp up spending in response to geopolitical

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Boeing’s satellite business zeroes in on military opportunities

Illustration of the Wideband Global Satcom WGS-12 military satellite. Credit: Boeing By Sandra Erwin, Published by Space News, 29 March 2024 The company is targeting two U.S. Space Force multibillion-dollar satellite communications programs WASHINGTON — Boeing is setting its sights on two upcoming big-ticket satellite procurements from the U.S. Space

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Northrop Grumman's concept art for the Evolved Strategic SATCOM program.

Space Force bucks fixed-price trend for nuclear command satellites

Northrop Grumman's concept art for the Evolved Strategic SATCOM program. By Sandra Erwin, Published by Space News, 26 February 2024 Acquisition executive Frank Calvelli said the Space Force will award cost-plus contracts for the upcoming Evolved Strategic Satellite Communications System WASHINGTON — In a departure from recent guidance, the Space

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The Falcon 9 rocket that carried the Space Development Agency's new satellites, shortly before launch. (photo courtesy Space Development Agency).

Space Force cancels classified military communications satellite project

The Falcon 9 rocket that carried the Space Development Agency's new satellites, shortly before launch. (photo courtesy Space Development Agency). By Nicholas Slayton, Published by Task & Purpose, 18 February 2024 The move comes even as Space Force pushes to build out its orbital infrastructure. The United States Space Force

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