Associations representing pilots and air traffic controllers urge ICAO to take action on interference with satellite navigation systems.
The U.S. government has threatened to apply sanctions on international scientific organizations that collaborate with Iran on space launch vehicles less than a week after a failed test of a satellite launcher.
The newly formed U.S. Space Command (Spacecom) has agreed with the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) that in “higher states of conflict” the nation will respond to the direction of the head of the combatant command, according Air Force Gen. John Raymond.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper and House Armed Services Committee Republican leadership agree that a $738 billion fiscal 2020 Pentagon budget topline is a sufficient compromise.
While his nomination is being considered, Esper has officially ceased to be the acting defense secretary and is solely serving as Army secretary.
Applying sanctions on Turkey remains an option if the Russian S-400 air defense system is delivered, a State Department official said on July 10.
The French government is under investigation for a possible violation of U.S. export control terms after a cache of Javelin missiles originally delivered to France were discovered inside a Libyan rebel compound, a State Department official said on July 10.
BENGALURU—India’s state space agency has set up a commercial arm, the New Space India Limited, or NSIL—to exploit new research and technology and launch satellites.
The bill passed with a bipartisan vote of 86-8 and adopted 93 amendments, including two that enhance the Defense Production Act to ensure the security of the supply chain.
Providing constant, predictable federal appropriations for the U.S. human space exploration effort is the most important message Congress needs to hear, legacy contractors responsible for the late and overbudget programs told Capitol Hill aides recently.