US Space Force evolves its training focus
As it expands, the US Space Force needs to address specific training requirements.
Hyperspectral payloads will enhance ISR
A constellation of six LEO satellites should support the intelligence-gathering requirements of joint forces conducting multi-domain operations around the world.
Japan to extend satellite life with private help
Japan is exploring sophisticated technologies that will extend the life of satellites already in orbit.
Australia wants sovereign SATCOM space
Australia is demanding a sovereign SATCOM capability to wean itself off reliance on foreign powers.
New lease of life beckons for satellites
A US-owned Israeli firm is developing a logistical solution to avoid the problem of drift orbit.
Operational doctrine evolves for military space sector
Why has the space domain become so important and moved up the defence agenda?
8th April 2021
New communications systems for the US Army in Capability Set 25 will incorporate features such as automated network management, cloud capabilities and SATCOM enhancements.
10th March 2021
SATCOM from a company part-owned by the UK government could be delivered to DoD users in contested environments.
10th February 2021
Australia has issued an RfP seeking vendors who can help develop radio frequency sensor payloads for a constellation of future military satellites.
16th December 2020
The UK has confirmed a publication date for its National Space Strategy and provided details of a new R&D initiative known as the Defence Space Enterprise Portfolio.
14th December 2020
Safran is leading a largely secretive SIGINT effort to detect RF emissions from satellites.
26th November 2020
Vulnerabilities are multiplying for the US, even as it makes progress on an ambitious all-domain programme for information sharing
17th November 2020
The UK has warned that the anti-satellite capabilities of China and Russia are threatening safe and peaceful behaviour in space.
22nd October 2020
Does the US Space Force recognise the proper importance of cyber security and is it acting accordingly?
23rd September 2020
Russian researchers have investigated the application of radio-absorbent coating for spacecraft which should reduce the visibility of satellites for radar, according to a paper published ...
10th September 2020
On 4 September China successfully tested in space a new ‘reusable experimental spacecraft’, nomenclature unknown, after launching it from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in ...
7th September 2020
NAPA-1, the first security satellite for the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF), was successfully launched into space on 3 September. An Arianespace Vega rocket, Flight ...
5th August 2020
Moves in China and Russia to develop hypersonic missiles, anti-satellite (ASAT) weaponry and other strategic capabilities require an integrated response from the US armed forces, ...