Space exploration has always captured our imagination, and it continues to be an essential avenue for scientific discovery and human achievement. From the first successful mission beyond Earth’s atmosphere to the grand ambitions of colonizing other planets, technology has been the key enabler of space exploration. Advancing innovation and ►
Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) will attend the 2023 Space and Missile Defense Symposium (SMD), taking place at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, from August 8-10.
The SMD Symposium stands as one of the largest and most impactful educational, networking, and professional development events in the space ►
June 09, 2023 – L3Harris, a global leader in technology solutions, has been awarded the scope to develop a mission payload design to support the Missile Track Custody (MTC) program, through the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) Other Transaction Authority (OTA) vehicle. The U.S. government recently selected L3Harris to join ►
The United States military is exploring the process of asteroid mining. Asteroid mining involves taking precious metals and minerals from space asteroids for use on earth. These materials can then be used to manufacture military equipment and technology or as fuel for spacecraft.
A key player in the workings of the military space plans for the future is the aerospace engineers in the US military, who spend their days imagining and planning how the US will be in space in the future.
The space around Earth is congested and getting more crowded all the time. With all this space traffic, the role of space domain awareness has taken on more significance. Why is it so important to know what all these satellites are doing?
What makes space a place where the United States needs defense, or offense for that matter? Keep reading to discover why space is no longer “the final frontier,” but only the beginning of a fresh wave of national security objectives for future conflicts.
SpEC is excited to attend the 38th annual Space Symposium Conference this year, taking place in scenic Colorado Springs from April 17th through April 20th in an awe-inspiring venue that features breathtaking mountain views in The Broadmoor, a five-star, world-renowned hotel.
The Aerospace industry as it relates to the Department of Defense is a field involving designing, manufacturing, and operating vehicles that travel in aerospace, which includes missiles, spacecraft, rockets, and satellites.
Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC), managed by National Security Technology Accelerator has awarded $18 million to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) for the Enigma prototype project. The Enigma project will support Space Systems Command (SSC) in building the USSF’s digital backbone in support of the acquisition mission.