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DOD’s Innovation Arm Interested in Commercial Nuclear Propulsion Tech for Smaller Spacecraft

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The Defense Innovation Unit is seeking commercially made lightweight technologies that could provide nuclear power and propulsion for small to medium military spacecraft sensing and communication systems.

South Korea to Boost Military and Civil Space Spending, Transfer Satellite and Launch Vehicle...

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South Korea plans to invest more than $14.25 billion over the next decade to improve its military and civil space capabilities.

Inside Skunk Works, Lockheed’s super-secret weapons facility

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The world's largest defense contractor opens the gate to its aircraft factory in the desert.

DoD to extend intelligence agency program that helps track wildfires

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NGA provides firefighting agencies updated maps in 15 minute intervals on areas where fires are rapidly spreading.

Op-ed | While satellites are cool, military space networks must focus on interoperability

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The Defense Department’s Space Development Agency just issued a request for support to build 144 spacecraft. The agency’s Tranche 1 Transport Layer is expected to be one of the most complex networks the U.S. government has ever deployed in space.

Congress Wants To Enhance A Policy That NASA.gov Lost

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The House Armed Services Committee will mark up its version of the FY2022 National Defense Authorization Act tomorrow in what is expected to be a marathon session that may extend beyond midnight.

House Armed Services Committee approves Space National Guard, challenges DoD on space programs

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HASC approved a proposal by Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.) to add $23.9 billion to the Pentagon’s $715 billion budget request for fiscal year 2022

Report: Lockheed-Aerojet Rocketdyne Deal Gains Backing From 13 Lawmakers

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Thirteen lawmakers have expressed their support for Lockheed Martin‘s proposed acquisition of Aerojet Rocketdyne in their joint letter to Kathleen Hicks.

China researching challenges of kilometer-scale ultra-large spacecraft

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The National Natural Science Foundation of China has outlined a five-year project for researchers to study the assembly of ultra-large spacecraft.

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.
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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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