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The ViaSat-2 Ka-band broadband satellite will cost $358 million.
The freeze is a milestone that will trigger work on a new launch pad in French Guiana whose location has already been decided.
Air Force Lt. Gen. Larry James will become the next deputy director of NASA’s JPL in August, succeeding retiring deputy director Eugene Tattini.
One of two primary satellites used by NOAA to track severe weather in the United States has been knocked out of service, prompting the agency to activate a spare satellite to maintain East Coast...
The U.S. Air Force has postponed the launch of a military communications satellite that was scheduled from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida the evening of May 23.
In its quest to downsize the KSC, NASA has found a friend in Florida, which intends to spend $20 million over the next year to help shift shuttle-era facilities into private sector hands.
A draft bill in the House would put a greater emphasis on NOAA's operational weather forecasting activities at the expense of climate research, and create inroads for increased government use of...
Globalstar still needs to come to definitive terms with Hughes and Ericsson; and with Thales Alenia on payment schedules and other matters.
Astrium is investing 7 million euros to expand space propulsion production facilities in Lampoldshausen, Germany.
NASA awarded incumbent ITT Exelis a contract potentially worth $435 million over 10 years to support and sustain the Deep Space Network.