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Dragonfly Aerospace’s journey from camera specialist to microsatellite builder

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Currently more known for the high-resolution cameras it builds than for spacecraft, Dragonfly Aerospace’s plan to move into microsatellite manufacturing got a major boost in April when it was sold to serial entrepreneur Max Polyakov

Kendall, Raymond Stress Importance of Space and Space Force’s Success in Separate, High-profile Speeches

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Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall offered unambiguous support Aug. 24 for the still evolving U.S. Space Force

Q&A With Preston Dunlap, Chief Architect for the Air Force and Space Force

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Preston Dunlap, chief architect for the Air Force and Space Force, recently spoke with GovConWire for an exclusive Q&A session regarding the first phase of delivery for Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2), the speed and timing challenges of technology development, the future of network modernization and a lot more.

After meeting with ULA and Blue Origin, Air Force secretary cautiously optimistic about Vulcan

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Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall on Aug. 24 met with the chiefs executives of United Launch Alliance and Blue Origin and was briefed on the Vulcan Centaur.

NRO Director highlights cooperation and innovation

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The National Reconnaissance Office is working closely with the U.S. Space Force and U.S. Space Command after signing a document that clearly defines each organization's roles and responsibilities, NRO Director Christopher Scolese said Aug. 24 at the 36th Space Symposium.

Accelerated digital transformations on Earth are a boost for deep space missions

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Efforts to digitize spacecraft manufacturing processes to support remote workers during the pandemic are also creating operational advantages for deep space missions, according to a Lockheed Martin executive.

After negotiations, Space Development Agency was able to get reduced pricing for national security...

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SDA Director Derek Tournear said initially he did not want to use NSSL because it’s significantly more expensive than commercial launches but worked out an agreement with the Space Force to get the cost reduced

Nelson: Blue Origin lawsuit adds further delays to Artemis

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson deflected several questions about the future of the Artemis program and the agency’s ability to return humans to the lunar surface in 2024.

Why does Jeff Bezos’s rocket look like that? An inquiry

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“I don’t know if I would have made the design this way, but I’m sure it was driven entirely by physics.” Why did Jeff Bezos’s rocket look … like that? Experts weigh in.

New Shepard astronauts rave about suborbital spaceflight experience as Bezos faces backlash

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Jeff Bezos and the others who were on the first crewed flight of Blue Origin’s New Shepard suborbital vehicle hailed the experience as better than expected, but Bezos is facing a backlash for spending part of his extreme wealth on space.
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Lockheed, Northrop invest in a startup that wants to refuel satellites...

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Defense industry giants Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman are investing in Orbit Fab, a San Francisco-based startup that wants to build gas stations in space that can refuel satellites and prolong their lifespan, the companies announced Monday.
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