The Israeli military on July 6 launched a new electro-optic reconnaissance satellite bearing the out-of-sequence designation Ofek 16, government and industry officials announced.
Astronaut Hopes For Ramp-Up Of ISS Science, Tech
Kate Rubins Credit: NASA
NASA astronaut and cancer researcher Kate Rubins, the first person to sequence DNA from space, is hopeful for a resurgence in science and technology activities aboard the International Station when she returns to the ISS in October.
Indonesia Formalizes MV-22 Interest With U.S. Export OK
The U.S. government has cleared Indonesia to become an export customer for the Bell Boeing MV-22C, but the prospects of a signed order remain uncertain.
The Weekly Debrief: Griffin's Departure Marks End Of Transformative Chapter In DOD Tech
Credit: Michael Griffin Credit: NASA
From the moment Michael Griffin entered the Pentagon as undersecretary of defense for research and engineering in February 2018, he was in a hurry to change the way the U.S. military transitions advanced technology into operational systems.
U.S. OKs France For E-2D Sale
Aurora to design active flow-control X plane for DARPA, U.S. Army confirms sole-source contract plans for PRSM, Israel launches new spy satellite into orbit, NASA hopes to have Artemis accords ready by year's end and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.