A NASA safety panel says the agency is studying issues with the design of the side hatch of the Orion spacecraft that could affect its ability to be opened in an off-nominal situation. The post NASA studying issues with Orion hatch design appeared first on SpaceNews.
The State of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant: A Compilation of Facts from Credible Sources
A U.S. Army Soldier secures straps on humanitarian aid pallets at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, March 1, 2024. The 66 pallets, destined for airdrop in Gaza aboard a C-130J Super Hercules, included 38,000 Meals Ready to Eat and water to alleviate suffering of civilians. U.S. Army Central quartermaster company Soldiers specialize in rigging [...]
Lockheed Martin has proposed acquiring smallsat manufacturer Terran Orbital, which it already owns a stake in and does business with, for more than $500 million. The post Lockheed Martin offers to acquire Terran Orbital appeared first on SpaceNews.
NASA has canceled a multibillion-dollar project to demonstrate satellite servicing technologies that had suffered extensive delays and cost overruns. The post NASA cancels OSAM-1 satellite servicing technology mission appeared first on SpaceNews.
The contract is for the WGS-12 Wideband Global Satcom geostationary satellite The post Boeing gets $439 million contract for U.S. military communications satellite appeared first on SpaceNews.
Two NNSA professionals selected for Center for Strategic International Studies Nuclear Scholars Initiative
Each year, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a bipartisan policy-focused non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. runs a Nuclear Scholars program through its Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI). The mission of this initiative is to find rising young professionals in the nuclear field and grant them the opportunity to meet and discuss [...]
Date: March 14th, 2024Time: 1 PM ET Join us on Thursday, March 14, 2024 as SpaceNews host Matt Adelhorn discusses Dassault Systèmes Blueprint for SMB Innovation with Jason Roberson and […] The post Webinar – Beyond Earth: Blueprint for SMB Innovation appeared first on SpaceNews.
WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Second Lt. Madison Marsh made big plans for herself when she was young, although she never really factored becoming Miss America into that equation. However, after a tough competition in January, Marsh became the first active-duty service member to earn the crown. The 22-year-old U.S. Air Force Academy graduate is now learning [...]
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