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X-56A ground vibration testing

https://youtu.be/mZVUa5F7rZM Researchers at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center conducted ground vibration testing on the X-56A flex wing, at the center’s Flight Loads Laboratory. Data collected...

Lockheed Martin continues to strengthen weather forecasting with second next-gen weather...

Lockheed Martin photograph by Michael StarobinNOAA/NASA. Lockheed Martin delivered NOAA’s GOES-S weather satellite to its Florida launch site Dec. 4, 2017. The satellite...

Astronaut Scott Kelly on a spacewalk

NASA photograph Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly on a Dec. 21, 2015, spacewalk, in which Kelly and Flight Engineer Tim Kopra successfully moved the International...

Tests prove out Orion safety systems from liftoff to splashdown

Northrop Grumman photographThe attitude control motor fires during a test at Northrop Grumman’s facility in Elkton, Md. Engineers completed two key tests the week...

Dragon, Cygnus to meet for first time in space

SpaceX photographA Falcon 9 rocket with a Dragon spacecraft stand at Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station before the...

AFRL Tech Expo showcases readiness technologies

Air Force photograph by Karen SchlesingerSenior leaders from across the Air Force were at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for the Basing and Logistics...

Practicing Orion spacecraft recovery after splashdown

NASA photograph by Radislav Sinyak A group of U.S. Navy divers, Air Force pararescuemen and Coast Guard rescue swimmers practice Orion underway recovery techniques in...

Surviving inferno of entry, descent, landing

https://youtu.be/cncCnJQTc6I Anticipation is building as preparations are well underway for the launch of NASA’s next Mars mission, InSight. But before the roar of the rocket...

U.S. Air Force welcomes fifth Lockheed Martin-built AEHF satellite to Cape...

The U.S. Air Force is gearing up to launch the fifth global, anti-jam, protected communications satellite after its arrival in Florida. Lockheed Martin shipped the...

Raytheon delivers first SeeMe satellite to DARPA

TUCSON, Ariz.--Raytheon has delivered the first Space Enabled Effects for Military Engagements, or SeeMe, satellite to DARPA. Assembled on the company's advanced missile production lines,...