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The Race to Mars: Technologies Getting Us to The Red Planet

2024-06-26T10:01:11-07:00

Humanity’s quest for exploration has focused on Mars, representing a massive potential achievement in our history. With both space agencies and private companies targeting the “Red Planet,” the technological advancements necessary for this endeavor are above and beyond what we have accomplished before.

Government contracting mechanisms like the Space Enterprise Consortium ►

The Race to Mars: Technologies Getting Us to The Red Planet2024-06-26T10:01:11-07:00

$4.5M Goes to Two Non-traditional Organizations in SSC CubeSat Effort

2024-06-25T08:10:36-07:00

June 24, 2024 – Space Systems Command (SSC) has awarded the Emergent CubeSat Technology (ECT) project to BANC3, Inc and Parabilis Space Technologies, Inc. These two Non-traditional performers will lead the effort with support from three sub-contractors: Intel Federal LLC, Princeton Satellite Systems, Inc, and Quantic X-Microwave. ECT was awarded ►

$4.5M Goes to Two Non-traditional Organizations in SSC CubeSat Effort2024-06-25T08:10:36-07:00

Space Systems Command’s Resilient GPS Project Fast-Tracked in ‘Quick Start’ Initiative

2024-06-11T10:34:12-07:00

Photo Credit: John Ayre, DVIDs. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.

On April 16, 2024, the U.S. Air Force announced two programs to be accelerated under a new authority in the Fiscal Year 2024 National Defense Authorization ►

Space Systems Command’s Resilient GPS Project Fast-Tracked in ‘Quick Start’ Initiative2024-06-11T10:34:12-07:00

STARCOM and SSC Award ASTRO-E to Six Companies, Fast-Tracking Full-Spectrum Testing Capabilities

2024-06-04T08:19:37-07:00

May 23, 2024 – The U.S. Space Force’s Space Training and Readiness Command (STARCOM) and Space Systems Command (SSC) have awarded Advanced Space Technology for Range Operations – Electromagnetic Range (ASTRO-E) study contracts to six companies: Nou Systems, ExoAnalytic Solutions, TMC Design, HII Mission Technologies Corp, Parsons Government Services Inc, ►

STARCOM and SSC Award ASTRO-E to Six Companies, Fast-Tracking Full-Spectrum Testing Capabilities2024-06-04T08:19:37-07:00

Space Law and Policy: Navigating the Legal Landscape of Commercial Space Activity

2024-04-18T11:33:53-07:00

Space has a unique realm of law and policy that guides how we can operate in the stars. As we continue to develop more technology to expand our presence in space, the need to establish clear guidelines and regulations becomes increasingly clear.  

In recent years, there has been ►

Space Law and Policy: Navigating the Legal Landscape of Commercial Space Activity2024-04-18T11:33:53-07:00

SpEC Ignites Collaboration at 39th Annual Space Symposium

2024-04-17T05:44:59-07:00

The Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) Other Transaction Authority (OTA) made a big impact at the 39th Annual Space Symposium Conference, held in Colorado Springs at The Broadmoor. At this four-day event, leaders from around the world come together to discuss, address and plan for the future of space. Space Symposium ►

SpEC Ignites Collaboration at 39th Annual Space Symposium2024-04-17T05:44:59-07:00

2023 Year in Review: Highlights in Rapid Prototyping

2024-02-26T08:24:52-08:00

At NSTXL, we are on a mission to transform Government innovation efforts with commercial best practices, tools, and expertise that compress timelines, decrease costs, and improve outcomes. To date, over $5.5B in funds have been awarded across NSTXL-managed Other Transaction Authorities (OTAs).

2023 Year in Review: Highlights in Rapid Prototyping2024-02-26T08:24:52-08:00

Reducing the Cost of Space Travel with Reusable Launch Vehicles

2024-02-12T11:04:23-08:00

The cost of a space launch can vary depending on many factors, including the payload weight, destination and type of rocket used. In recent times, the average cost of a single space launch can range from tens of millions to hundreds of millions of dollars.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launches have ►

Reducing the Cost of Space Travel with Reusable Launch Vehicles2024-02-12T11:04:23-08:00
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