With more and more critical infrastructure relying on space technology, security of that tech becomes a major concern.
York Space builds satellites to their customers' likings and are in the process of expanding their headquarters in Denver, Colorado.
Have we reached a point where the government needs to play a bigger role in regulating who space companies work with?
The amount of wildfires and major weather disasters is only increasing stretching first responders and those trying to help very thin. A new program involving space technology though looks to help disaster response team get a better sense of just how much of an area has been effected.
The Air Force Research Laboratory is calling on universities to propose space missions with defense and educational purposes attached to it.
The FAA now has another partnership aimed at making it easier on companies trying to conduct launches.
New technology though could soon make it easier to repair satellites without having to decommission, or sometimes even sending a human repairman.
In it's latest rendition of it's Hyperspace Challenge, this year the Air Force Research Laboratory is looking for technology that can provide the government and participating military agencies with secure, trustworthy autonomous and automated solutions for space.
After the two civilian space launches by billionaires Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson, the sky is literally the limit for the space tourism and other industries.
Data that needs to be processed can carry a heavy footprint. To learn how perhaps things could be a little more sustainable, I was able to speak with Steven Carlini, he's VP of innovation and data centers at Schneider electric.
The Space Force Association, along with management services vendor LMI, have teamed up to create the Space Center of Excellence.
To say the space industry is on the up and up is no longer a bold statement, but it helps when you have the data and research to back it up. One of those able to do so is Mehak Sarang, she's a research associate with the Harvard Business school.
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency relies heavily on new space technologies to accomplish its mission. It can't do it all on its own though; as usual that's where the commercial side of things comes in.
When you think of space, you don't think of it as the frontline of cyber war, but that's not the case. Many important aspects of U.S. critical infrastructure are controlled from space, and could be vulnerable to cyber attacks from malicious hackers.