Northrop eyeing next round of NSSL competition

By Courtney Albon / August 12, 2021 at 11:33 AM
As the Space Force plans for its next phase of competition for the National Security Space Launch program, Northrop Grumman officials said this week they are closely watching the process as they weigh whether to invest in a system to compete for that effort. The company last year opted to stop development on its OmegA rocket after the Space Force selected United Launch Alliance and SpaceX to be its sole launch services providers for NSSL Phase 2 missions. Speaking with...

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