Commercial satellite imagery provider GeoEye has selected Lockheed Martin to build its next-generation GeoEye-2 Earth imaging satellite in support of the company’s bid for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) EnhancedView program. General Dynamics’s space sector, bought this month by Orbital Sciences (Aerospace DAILY, March 8), produced the GeoEye-1 spacecraft, which is now in orbit. Like GeoEye-1, the new GeoEye-2 satellite built by Lockheed Martin will feature an ITT ...

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