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SDA Issues Draft RFP for Tracking Layer Tranche 0 Wide Field of View Satellites

The Space Development Agency has released a draft request for proposals for a program to design, develop and test up to eight satellites that will comprise the Tracking Layer Tranche 0 of the proliferated National Defense Space Architecture in low-Earth orbit. The tracking layer seeks to detect, track and target hypersonic weapons and other advanced missile threats and the draft RFP posted May 11 is for the Tranche 0 Wide Field of View program, which focuses on technology platforms needed to populate a proliferated LEO constellation.

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Space Development Agency Seeks Proposals for Transport Layer Tranche 0 Satellites

The Space Development Agency has released a solicitation for a program to design, develop, test and launch the initial batch of satellites that will comprise the Transport Layer Tranche 0 as part of the proliferated  National Defense Space Architecture in low-Earth orbit. A solicitation notice posted Friday says the transport layer will serve as the architecture’s backbone by delivering low-latency and resilient military connectivity and data to a range of warfighter applications.

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SDA Seeks Exec Summaries, Proposals for National Defense Space Architecture-Related Capabilities

The Space Development Agency has asked industry to submit executive summaries, proposal abstracts and full proposals for novel concepts, technologies, systems and capabilities in support of its planned National Defense Space Architecture.

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