The United States plans to deploy its first hypersonic missile system with US forces by 2023, defence secretary, Mark Esper has said. "As our competitors develop long-range fires to inhibit our freedom of maneuver, we're increasing our investments in hypersonics over the next five years, so we can ramp up testing...
Airbus has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) as prime contractor for the Mars Sample Returns Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) – the first ever spacecraft to bring samples back to Earth from Mars. Mars Sample Return (MSR) is a joint ESA-NASA campaign and the next step in the exploration...
The South Korean military plans to soon deploy its locally-made M-SAM II air defence system (ADS) in response to the Pyongyangs new missiles and rocket launchers shown at last Saturdays military parade. Speaking about Seouls anti-artillery and missile defense capabilities against the Norths short-range missiles, MoD spokesperson Col
Northrop Grumman Corporation will continue supporting NASAs Artemis missions by providing six additional abort motors and attitude control motors (ACM) for the Orion human spaceflight capsules Launch Abort System (LAS), under an agreement with Lockheed Martin, Orions prime contractor. These motors will be used for six crewed Artemis missions III-VIII and...
The Russian government has approved a draft agreement, to be signed with India, on protection of technologies in space. State-owned Roscosmos will conclude an agreement with the Indian side,
Military authorities in the U.S
Turkey is all set to test its S-400 air defense systems near Sinop on the Black Sea coast next week. Turkish authorities have closed the area from October 13-16 saying “Practice shooting will be carried out” in the region
Russia could use its Hypersonic anti-ship missile, “Tsirkon” as a bargaining chip in arms control negotiations with the United States. The Russian ambassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, said yesterday that the successful tests of the newest Russian hypersonic missile Tsirkon (also spelt as "Zircon") gives confidence to Russian diplomats in the United States in arms control negotiations
Boeing and the U.S
Russias Ruselectronics Holding has supplied Thales Alenia with an assembly of ferrite switches for the PLATiNO-1 multifunctional spacecraft. The ferrite switch assembly allows the spacecraft radar to switch to either transmit or receive microwave signal and is controlled by a digital signal
A Russian Agency, now a part of Tactical Missiles Corporation (TMC) commenced work on the Avangard hypersonic missile system in 1985 in response to the US Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) during the Ronald Reagan era. “A proposal of the Research and Production Association of Machine-Building (RPAM-B) (which later merged with the TMC) began to be implemented in 1985," Company Honorary CEO and Honorary Chief Designer Gerbert Yefremov was quoted as saying today by