Despite a recent leadership change, the Space Development Agency (SDA) has proceeded with the former director’s plans to ask the satellite industry for a “reality check” on a proposal to re-sculpt U.S. military space around a vast network of commercially-derived small spacecraft stationed mainly in low-earth orbit.  SDA’s first request for information (RFI), released July 1, gives the industry five weeks to submit responses limited to 10 pages on the sweeping ...

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