Northrop Grumman’s latest subcontracting announcement to fulfill an SDA contract is part of a U.S. space industry trend. But does that trend expose weakness or opportunity?
Part 3: It must be nice to never pay attention to a customer's needs, nor offer a compelling product with ground support. SMC's gotchya.
Part 2: The more SMC spends on infrared systems, the more they stay the same...maybe. At least when compared with SBIRS.
Part 1: When SMC buys expensive infrared satellites, does a lt. colonel get its wings? Especially if the satellites are still "juicy targets?"
Is the U.S. lagging far behind China in launches and satellite deployments in 2020?That's what 2 articles are saying. But they're wrong.
The Space Development Agency awarded an infrared satellite manufacturing contract to SpaceX. Why didn't it choose traditional manufacturers?
The following covers a topic that was long near and dear to my heart: low Earth-orbiting satellites with infrared sensors scanning...
While it’s not clear from the story, York may be using its “S-Class” satellite bus for the SDA...
This is a goal from a recent article covering the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Blackjack...
AAC Clyde Space released its 2019 Annual Report last week. The information within the report gives a peek at the priorities the cubesat manufacturing company is pursuing. One company goal is for it to become the “... most admired company in the small satellite sector...” To do this, the company notes in the report it… Continue reading AAC Clyde, Planet, and Cubesat Manufacturing