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Space Enterprise Consortium Awards $50 Million Tetra-5 Contract to Orion Space Solutions

The Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) recently awarded a $50 million contract to Orion Space Solutions for the Tetra-5 program. Tetra 5 is centered on resolving the obstacle of refueling in space and will play a critical role in extending the lifetime of spacecraft already in orbit.

Space Enterprise Consortium Awards $50 Million Tetra-5 Contract to Orion Space Solutions2022-09-28T09:49:37-07:00

A Journey to Friendlier Pentesting

As an offensive security professional, one can often face unique challenges compared to colleagues in the rest of the information technology space. After all, why wouldn’t you - hacking is scary stuff that you see the bad guys and anti-heroes do in movies, right?!

A Journey to Friendlier Pentesting2022-09-26T05:39:48-07:00

CMMC Compliance: An Overview

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is an assessment framework and certification program that determines what data an organization can work with. Specifically, it determines whether they comply with necessary security regulations to work with controlled and vulnerable information.

CMMC Compliance: An Overview2022-09-12T08:34:48-07:00

Low Earth Orbit – Explained

Vast opportunities exist in space. Low earth orbit holds the potential to revolutionize technology, with LEO satellites able to connect the world in ways that have never seen before.  

Low Earth Orbit – Explained2022-09-13T09:02:04-07:00

Failure to Launch? Artemis I Proves the Power Behind Industry and Government Collaboration – And Its Importance

With under two hours to go until launch, NASA’s highly anticipated Artemis I space flight was postponed after a temperature issue was identified in one of its engines. The failure to the Artemis I engine may not have been avoidable, nor should it even be labeled a failure.

Failure to Launch? Artemis I Proves the Power Behind Industry and Government Collaboration – And Its Importance2022-09-05T08:12:48-07:00

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 2022

Space Enterprise Consortium’s (SpEC) presence within the small satellite community was apparent during the 2022 SmallSat conference in Logan, Utah. With prominent SpEC member signs in view, about 30% of this year’s SmallSat exhibitors are members of SpEC, a rapid contracting method that allows the government to quickly address emerging technology needs.

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 20222022-09-13T09:38:08-07:00

The Future of Robotics

While we might still be missing flying cars, one thing is for sure. Robotics are the way of the future, and the technology of the future is quickly becoming the technology of today.

The Future of Robotics2022-09-13T09:21:47-07:00
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