DARPA had scrapped plans to launch small satellites from a modified F-15 fighter jet after two test of a new rocket fuel ended in explosions this year.
The U.S. Air Force awarded Johns Hopkins University $545,00 to study additive manufacturing techniques to make cooling chambers for liquid rocket engines.
The service is looking for new data from commercial providers to better map satellite movements and help detect threats to U.S. military satellites.
Aerojet Rocketdyne has made an unsolicited bid to buy U.S. government launch services provider United Launch Alliance for $2 billion.
The U.S. Air Force hopes to build an experimental satellite to detect nuclear explosions and monitor the space environment from geosynchronous orbit.
The Missile Defense Agency hopes to draft a preliminary design for a new kill vehicle by the end of the year.
Tory Bruno, the president and chief executive of United Launch Alliance, took to Twitter to discuss the heritage of his company's new Vulcan rocket.
A new missile interceptor co-developed by the United States and Japan made its maiden flight June 6 in a non-intercept test.
If you've been a fan of NASA's website for more than a decade, you can thank an unlikely space geek: actor Tom Cruise.
A 20-year-old military weather satellite apparently exploded in orbit Feb. 3 following what the U.S. Air Force described as a sudden temperature spike.
SpaceX plans to convert a launch pad into a landing pad for the reusable rocket boosters it is developing to power its Falcon family of rockets.
SBIRS will be among the first programs subjected to an acquisition reform initiative that will help find favorable trade-offs between cost and capability.