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Miniature optical communications demonstrated by NASA CubeSat in orbit - News

October 22, 2015
EL SEGUNDO, California. The Optical Communications and Sensor Demonstration (OCSD) CubeSat spacecraft from NASA and The Aerospace Corp., is now in orbit and operational and ready to demonstrate optical communications in space.

NASA CubeSat initiative accepting applicants for next round - News

August 20, 2015
WASHINGTON. NASA officials announced the next round of the agency’s CubeSat Launch Initiative, which provides access to space for CubeSats developed by NASA centers, accredited educational institutions and non-profit organizations. Applicants must submit their proposals electronically by 4:30 p.m. EST, Nov. 24.

Propulsion and communications aerospace research contracts awarded by NASA - News

July 29, 2015
CLEVELAND. NASA chose 13 aerospace companies to deliver advanced propulsion and communications system technologies under ongoing long-term aerospace research activities at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.

Alien ocean submarines, asteroid satellite swarms among concepts receiving NASA research funding - News

July 06, 2015
WASHINGTON. NASA officials chose seven technology proposals to move forward under Phase II of the agency's Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program. The choices were based on the potential of each to transform future aerospace missions, present new capabilities, or substantially improve today's methods for building and operating aerospace systems.

Open systems architecture flown on NASA Global Hawk unmanned aircraft - News

June 18, 2015
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. A NASA Global Hawk unmanned aircraft flew with a new Open Mission Systems (OMS) architecture implemented by Northrop Grumman engineers to enable the ability to quickly and cost-effectively adapt new capabilities onto unmanned aircraft systems (UASs).

Eight supersonic research projects awarded by NASA - News

June 10, 2015
WASHINGTON. NASA officials awarded eight research studies with more than $2.3 million in funding on overcoming the barriers to supersonic travel under NASA’s Commercial Supersonic Technology Project.

Cockpit display showing sonic boom over land to be developed by NASA and Rockwell Collins - News

May 15, 2015
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa. NASA officials tasked engineers at Rockwell Collins to develop a conceptual cockpit display that will enable a visual representation of sonic boom over the Earth’s surface to reduce the impact on populated areas. Under the two-year contract NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center will lead the research, working with experts at Rockwell Collins’ Advanced Technology Center.