Tag: low Earth orbit

Kratos’ Phil Carrai Talks Ground Infrastructure Transformation as Key for Proliferated LEO Satellite ConnectivityPress Releases

Kratos’ Phil Carrai Talks Ground Infrastructure Transformation as Key for Proliferated LEO Satellite Connectivity

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 2, 2020 — Phil Carrai, president of the space, training and cyber division at Kratos Defense…
NASA Details ISS Single Flight Opportunity RequirementNews

NASA Details ISS Single Flight Opportunity Requirement

NASA intends to launch a full and open competition for commercial entities interested in supporting an agency requirement to send an…
NASA Identifies New Commercial Opportunities for Space StationNews

NASA Identifies New Commercial Opportunities for Space Station

NASA has unveiled a five-part plan to expand commercial research and development opportunities aboard the International Space Station to support…
NASA Selects 13 Firms to Conduct LEO Commercial Human Spaceflight StudiesContract Awards

NASA Selects 13 Firms to Conduct LEO Commercial Human Spaceflight Studies

NASA has chosen 13 companies to explore future opportunities for non-governmental entities to conduct U.S. manned spaceflight missions to the
World’s Largest Airplane, the Stratolaunch, Rolled OutNews

World’s Largest Airplane, the Stratolaunch, Rolled Out

Stratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane, with a wingspan of 385 feet, a height of 50 feet and total possible weight
Boeing,  SpaceX Secure Additional Crewed Missions Under NASA’s Commercial Space Transport ProgramContract Awards

Boeing, SpaceX Secure Additional Crewed Missions Under NASA’s Commercial Space Transport Program

Boeing (NYSE: BA) and SpaceX have secured four additional missions each to transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station as
ULA Explores Reusable 2nd Stage for Rocket to Support In-Orbit ActivitiesPress Releases

ULA Explores Reusable 2nd Stage for Rocket to Support In-Orbit Activities

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 30, 2016 — A Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) joint venture is working

NASA Says Commercial Crew Awards Could Hit $500M

NASA expects to make multiple awards ranging between $300 million and $500 million this summer for the agency’s commercial space