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Range launch pads to get a facelift.

SAIC to update the Space Force’s launch ranges for $444M. US leadership in space addressed in the State of NASA. Crew 7 is heading back to Earth. And more.




Science Applications International Corp (SAIC) awarded a $444 million to support Digital Transformation, Acquisition, Modernization and Modification (DTAMM) for the US Space Force's Space Systems Command and Space Launch Deltas (SLDs) 30 and 45. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson discussed the agency’s goals for the benefit of humanity during the annual State of NASA. The SpaceX Dragon Capsule carrying Crew 7 has left the International Space Station, and more.

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Our guest today is Dr. William (Bill) J. McGann, CEO of Quantum Computing Inc. (QCi).

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Selected Reading

SAIC Receives $444 Million Contract to Provide System Modernization for Space Launch Ranges- Business Wire

NASA to Highlight Artemis, US Space Leadership During Annual Address


NASA to Host Boeing Crew Flight Test Preview, News Conferences

AFWERX, SpaceWERX announce Strategic Funding Increase selections at South by Southwest 

BlackSky secures back-to-back U.S. Air Force contracts - SpaceNews

Stratolaunch Celebrates First Powered Flight of TA-1 Test Vehicle

Ursa Major Hadley Engine Flies for the First Time

Rhea Space, Founded by Johns Hopkins Alumni, Receives $750,000 NASA Grant

China Space Station empowers aerospace industry of over $100 billion - CGTN

New band of space inspectors work for a safe blast-off as British rocket industry flourishes

MDA Rebrands to MDA Space - Via Satellite

Volunteers build flying telescope to see total eclipse above the clouds - Vancouver Island Free Daily 

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