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SUPREMACY

Forty-six teams competed in this year’s event-sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Foundation.
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As Arnold Engineering Development Complex‘s (AEDC) project team recently celebrated Arnold’s Space Threat Assessment Testbed’s (STAT) successful initial site acceptance test, they also have another good reason to rejoice. The STAT Facility also comes complete with a fully-instrumented, plug-and-play microsatellite …
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Testing Webb Telescope‘s OSIM and BIA Instruments – The OTE (Optical Telescope Element) Simulator or OSIM wrapped in a silver blanket on a platform, being lowered down into a vacuum chamber (called the Space Environment Simulator, or SES) by a …
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