L3Harris Will Develop NOAA’s Next-Gen Earth Imaging in $765M Deal

The GeoXO Imager will help to observe and monitor weather, the ocean and atmosphere, among other things in a collaboration between NOAA, NASA and L3Harris as part of the GeoXO mission.

NASA Unveils $27B Budget Plan to Support Mars Missions and Beyond 

The requested budget is a 7.1% increase from NASA’s fiscal year 2023 enacted budget.

Pentagon Looking to Make Sure SpaceX Doesn’t Abandon Them in War

Spooked by the company’s new limits in Ukraine, military leaders are mulling new types of contracts.

NASA Identifies Star With Two Potentially-habitable Planets Orbiting it

TOI-700 has not one, but two planets located in what scientists term the "habitable zone."

NASA, Energy Collaborate on Lunar Experiment Exploring Dark Ages of the Universe

The agencies are working together to develop a tool to survive the harsh conditions of night on the moon to measure radio frequencies and learn about the Dark Ages of the Universe.

Bipartisan Space and Satellite Bills Reintroduced to Secure America’s Interests

The bills aim to promote competition, innovation, security and leadership in the commercial satellite industry by modifying FCC licensing rules and authority.

NASA Quantum Detector Could Help Expand Transmission Distance

Current quantum data deteriorates after a few dozen miles, but the new technology could send more data further.

NASA Wants to Make Sure Commercial Space Destinations Have All the Right Amenities

The space agency wants to ensure commercial space stations have the rules and supplies to support government astronauts.

NASA Looks to Award $25M Contract for Infrared Satellite Instrument

The instrument will help provide additional information for weather prediction modeling.

Decrying Starlink's 'Weaponization,' SpaceX Cuts Support for Ukrainian Military

But Wednesday's explanation by the Elon Musk-founded company is at odds with its continuing work for the U.S. military.

To Protect Satellites, Secure Your Networks, Chief of Space Ops Says

Cyber attacks can undermine space-based capabilities, Gen. Chance Saltzman said.

Capella Space Creates New Government-Focused Subsidiary

Capella Federal will focus on serving government, defense and intelligence customers.

IBM, NASA Will Use AI to Improve Climate Change Research

The research will use IBM’s artificial intelligence technology and NASA’s Earth and geospatial science data for easier and faster research.

NOAA Seeks Input on Future Space Situational Awareness Safety Services

The agency’s Office of Space Commerce seeks comment on its planned basic services and who should provide them as it looks to monitor satellites and orbital debris.