Summer 2009

Creating An Agile, All-Space Architecture

Creating An Agile, All-Space Architecture Aerospace is working with the Operationally Responsive Space Office and other defense organizations to develop a comprehensive space architecture that will meet urgent warfighter needs. First published Summer 2009, Crosslink® magazine Thomas Adang and James Gee   For the past 40 years, the U.S. space architecture has been focused on […]  More »

Profile: Mark A. Hopkins

Profile: Mark A. Hopkins, Principal Director, Space Innovation Directorate A Fulfilling Career in Aerospace Research Mark Hopkins’ expertise in radiation hardness and space system survivability was a springboard to a broader career in technology and the innovative space efforts now taking flight in Albuquerque. First published Summer 2009, Crosslink® magazine Nancy Profera When Mark Hopkins […]  More »

Headlines

Headlines First published Summer 2009, Crosslink® magazine Hyperspectral Imager Detects Mineral Deposits Aerospace recently completed its largest hyperspectral survey to date using the SEBASS (Spatially Enhanced Broadband Array Spectrograph System) airborne sensor. The Northern Quebec Survey Team, part of the Spectral Applications Center in Chantilly, Virginia, conducted an extensive survey in the fall of 2008 […]  More »

From the Editors

From the Editors First published Summer 2009, Crosslink® magazine The term “agile space” stems from a growing consensus within the space community that the United States must be able to field certain classes of space systems more rapidly and flexibly. To help realize this goal, the DOD established the Operationally Responsive Space (ORS) Office in […]  More »