Read more about ‘Golden age of space travel’ is just beginning, aerospace space experts say at El Segundo forum

Author: DAVID ROSENFELD Published: Jan 01, 1970The United States is in the dawn of a new space age and much of it is driven, like the mission that put a man on the moon, by companies in Southern California, according to George Whitesides, the CEO of Virgin Galactic,... Read MoreRead more about ‘Golden age of space travel’ is just beginning, aerospace space experts say at El Segundo forum

Picture of Marine AH-1Z Cobra and F-35B Lighting II flying over farmlands. Marine in the foreground with weapon Read more about 102 military bases at risk for water shortages, GAO finds

Author: Patricia Kime Published: Dec 03, 2019More than 100 military installations nationwide are at risk for not having enough water to accomplish their missions, including training and cleaning equipment, suppressing fires, drinking and bathing, according to a new... Read MoreRead more about 102 military bases at risk for water shortages, GAO finds

Picture of Optivolt Labs employees Read more about Air Force awards $9 million on first Space Pitch Day San Francisco

Author: Debra Werner Published: Nov 05, 2019SAN FRANCISCOThis article was updated Nov. 6 at 4:40 Eastern time to note that the Air Force is offering startups the chance to compete for a total of $1.5 million or $3 million in SBIR phase two funding. SAN FRANCISCO –... Read MoreRead more about Air Force awards $9 million on first Space Pitch Day San Francisco