FALLS CHURCH, Va. and BOULDER, Colo. A new sensor payload developed by Northrop Grumman and Ball Aerospace that is intended to equip satellites that detect missile launches has passed a critical design review.
BOULDER, Colo. Ball Aerospace, in collaboration with Microsoft, completed a series of demonstrations intended to show the viability of using commercial cloud computing to process and securely deliver actionable information to those who need it, whether they are in a ground station, command center, or on the battlefield.
BETHESDA, Md. Lockheed Martin and Ball Aerospace completed a phased array transmit test for a Multi-Band, Multi-Mission (MBMM) antenna. MBMM is designed to help enable multiple satellites to simultaneously connect with a single-phased array antenna system using multiple frequencies. It aims to increase throughput, while also shrinking the antenna’s footprint.
BOULDER, Colo. Ball Aerospace, teamed with Booz Allen Hamilton, has won a contract by the Space Rapid Capabilities Office (SpRCO) to serve as the prime system integrator for the SpRCO Ground Command, Control, and Communications (GC3) system.
BOULDER, Colo. Ball Aerospace has been chosen by the U.S. Department of Defense's Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) to develop a prototype of a new multiband, low-observable satellite communications antenna that will be installed on the U.S. Navy's newest stealth-enabled ships, the DDG 1000 Zumwalt-class destroyers.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. Northrop Grumman reports that it and partner Ball Aerospace (Boulder, Colorado) have successfully completed the preliminary design review (PDR) for the Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared (Next Gen OPIR) Geosynchronous (GEO) Block 0 mission payload for the U.S. Air Force.