Space Force Wants Two More Deep-Space Tracking Radars

Northrop Grumman rendering of the Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability. 

Credit: Northrop Grumman
The U.S. Space Force wants two additional deep-space tracking radars deployed, one to Europe in 2027 and another in the U.S. in 2028, following the stand up of a rapid prototype in the Pacific. The service on May 17 released a sources sought notice for the next two Deep Space Advanced Radar...

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