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February 28, 2020 | Space Infrastructure

Emerging Space Technologies and the Evolution of Maxar: Space Exploration

Maxar’s long history and current initiatives in space infrastructure and exploration during a recent interview with Federal News Network.

February 21, 2020 | Space Infrastructure

How Does Electric Propulsion Work, and Why Does it Matter?

What is electric propulsion, and how does it differ from the chemical propulsion systems found on standard spacecraft?

January 08, 2020 | Space Infrastructure

Building in Space: Using Maxar’s Robotics to Enable Sustainable Space Operations

Maxar has been working with NASA on concepts for both human-tended and uncrewed sustainable space platforms, providing basic functions and a modular interface for new and evolving payloads and missions.

October 21, 2019 | Space Infrastructure

Power and Propulsion Element: Five Questions with Maxar’s Tim Cole

Maxar successfully completed the System Requirements Review for the Power and Propulsion Element of the NASA-led Gateway, which is a core element of the Artemis program.

September 18, 2019 | Space Infrastructure

Preserving the space environment for future generations

Maxar Technologies fully endorses the “Best Practices for Sustainability of Space Operations” and encourages Congress to introduce legislation based on these best practices. Below is Maxar’s reasoning for supporting the “Endorsement of Best Practices for Sustainability of Space Operations.”

September 06, 2019 | Space Infrastructure

What is TEMPO and What Will It Do?

TEMPO stands for Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution is a collaborative mission between NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory that will monitor and track air pollution across North America.

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