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Terran Orbital’s CAPSTONE Nanosatellite Exceeds Expectations

02/22/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
Terran Orbital Corporation, a global leader in satellite-based solutions primarily serving the aerospace and defense industries, announced that its 12U nanosatellite built for Advanced Space’s CAPSTONE™ (Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment) mission in support of NASA, has surpassed 450 days in orbit around the moon.

RTX Business Collins Aerospace Announces Developmental Milestone of Next-generation Spacesuit

02/01/2024 | RTX
Collins Aerospace, an RTX business, with partners ILC Dover and Oceaneering, completed the Crew Capability Assessment test, a key step in the design process on its next-generation spacesuit for the International Space Station, under NASA's Exploration Extravehicular Activity Services, or xEVAS, contract.

NASA Space Tech Spinoffs Benefit Earth Medicine, Moon to Mars Tools

01/30/2024 | NASA
JPL-developed technologies featured include several used by Curiosity and ECOSTRESS, plus new data visualization methods, imager miniaturization, and DNA-identification techniques.

After Three Years on Mars, NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Mission Ends

01/26/2024 | NASA
After its 72nd flight on Jan. 18, 2024, NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter captured a color image showing the shadow of one of its rotor blades that was damaged during a rough landing. NASA’s history-making Ingenuity Mars Helicopter has ended its mission at the Red Planet after surpassing expectations and making dozens more flights than planned.

Skunk Works Rolls Out X-59, NASA's Newest X-Plane

01/15/2024 | Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Skunk Works rolled out the X-59, a unique experimental aircraft designed to quiet the sonic boom, at a ceremony in Palmdale, California. "We're thrilled to take on this challenge alongside NASA, whose quiet supersonic technology mission will have lasting, transformational impacts for people around the world," said John Clark, vice president and general manager, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works.
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