Space Force Cancels Blue Origin, Northrop LSA

Blue Origin is continuing development of its New Glenn family of reusable launchers despite not winning a Space Force launch service contract. Northrop Grumman halted work on its Omega booster.
Credit: Blue Origin
As expected, Blue Origin and Northrup Grumman—losing contenders in the U.S. Space Force’s National Security Space Launch Phase 2 procurement—have had their precursor Launch Service Agreements (LSA) canceled, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) confirmed on Jan. 29. “All remaining development...

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