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Blue Origin eyes participation in military ‘rocket cargo’ program
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Blue Origin eyes participation in military ‘rocket cargo’ program

Blue Origin eyes participation in military ‘rocket cargo’ programThomas Martin, director of national security programs: 'We're in conversations with U.S. Transportation Command' NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Blue Origin could become the second U.S. rocket company to sign a cooperative agreement with the U.S. military to examine how space vehicles might be used to transport cargo around the world.  “We’re in conversations with U.S. Transportation Command,”  Thomas Martin, Blue Origin’s director of national security programs, said Oct. 20 at the National Defense Transportation Association’s fall conference.  Martin spoke during a panel discussion on the role of space in military logistics.  U.S. Transportation Command, which oversees global military logistics operations, la...
China’s Hypersonic Test Raises Questions About US Missile Defense, Deterrence
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China’s Hypersonic Test Raises Questions About US Missile Defense, Deterrence

China’s Hypersonic Test Raises Questions About US Missile Defense, DeterrenceThe “deeply concerning” test of a Chinese hypersonic missile shows that the United States has “a lot of work to do” on technology and policy, military officials and lawmakers said yesterday. The August test, first reported in the Financial Times, featured a hypersonic glide vehicle that entered orbit. Hypersonic weapons descend at more than five times the speed of sound while retaining enough maneuverability to evade missile defenses designed for the more predictable paths of ICBMs. China’s recent orbital test suggests that a weapon based on its vehicle could have essentially unlimited range.China was thought to be considering such a capability, Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall said last month. Speaking at a...
Polish Armed Forces enlist industry consortium for imaging nanosatellites
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Polish Armed Forces enlist industry consortium for imaging nanosatellites

Polish Armed Forces enlist industry consortium for imaging nanosatellitesUnder the recently launched Polish Imaging Satellites (PIAST) project, a consortium formed by local space industry players will develop three nanosatellites to be operated by the country’s armed forces and placed into orbit in 2024. WARSAW, Poland — Under the recently launched Polish Imaging Satellites (PIAST) project, a consortium formed by local space industry players will develop three nanosatellites to be operated by the country’s armed forces and placed into orbit in 2024. As part of the consortium, Poland’s leading privately-owned space industry player Creotech Instruments was commissioned to build the three nanosats in cooperation with the project’s leader, the country’s Military University of Technology (...
Space Corps – Together
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Space Corps – Together

Space Corps - Together Space Corps - Together ▶ https://IHM091.lnk.to/TogetherYA Subscribe to the A State of Trance YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeASOT Follow the ASOT Episode playlist: https://ASOTRadio.lnk.to/PLYA After their initial call-out with ‘Gravity’, Space Corps strengthen their message with their second sonic beacon. With the in-unison synths and the astronomical bassline, ‘Together’ is set to draw in both the earthly and otherworldly crowds. Connect with A State Of Trance ▶https://www.instagram.com/asotlive ▶https://www.facebook.com/astateoftrance ▶https://www.twitter.com/asot ▶https://www.soundcloud.com/astateoftrance ▶https://www.astateoftrance.com #ASOT