How commercial satellite constellations fit into the Army’s future tactical network designs
The service plans to use limited amounts of low- and medium-Earth orbit satellite links as part of its next iteration of tactical network tools.
British MoD shortlists four vendor teams for its multibillion-dollar Skynet satellite program
Teams led by Airbus Defence & Space, Babcock Integrated Technology, BT and Serco are in the mix.
A bankrupt OneWeb and other troubled space startups could get some help from the Defense Department
"I will say with respect to OneWeb specifically ... we continue to work,” the Space Force's No. 2 officer says.
A mathematical debate over risk calculation could change how we view safety in orbit
Recent events show that current methods for calculating satellite collision in orbit are outdated and nearsighted, and better math for conjunction mitigation could shape how humans manage risk to maintain vital functions of space.
Finding Baghdadi: Why protecting space assets is vital to national security
The head of the United Launch Alliance discusses the changing battlefield and what steps the U.S. should take to prepare for a contested arena in space.
By Tory Bruno