A ton of Ruckus Wireless routers are vulnerable to hackers A security researcher has found several vulnerabilities in a number of Ruckus Wireless routers, which the networking giant has since patched. Gal Zror told TechCrunch that the vulnerabilities he found lie inside in the web user interface software that runs on the […]
December 2, 2019 No Comments Aerospace, american civil liberties union, biometrics, Congress, facial recognition, Government, Homeland Security, law enforcement, Policy, privacy, Security, skills, surveillance, Transportation, United States
DHS wants to expand airport face recognition scans to include US citizens Homeland Security wants to expand facial recognition checks for travelers arriving and departing the U.S. to also include citizens, which had previously been exempt from the mandatory checks. In a filing, the department has proposed that all travelers, and not […]
Max Q: SpaceX and Boeing gear up for commercial crew mission tests Welcome back to Max Q, our weekly look at what’s happening in space and space startup news. This week was a bit more quiet than usual coming off of the amazingly over-packed International Astronautical Congress, but there were still some […]
October 25, 2019 No Comments Aerospace, airstream, america, astronaut, Automotive, Bigelow Aerospace, boeing, Congress, Dragon, laser, outer space, space, spacecraft, spaceflight, SpaceX, TC, Transportation, Vans, washington
Airstream’s new Astrovan II is ready to move the first Boeing commercial crew astronauts NASA and its commercial astronaut program partners are laser-focused on getting crew into space, but to get to space you first have to get to the rocket, and that’s where the Airstream Astrovan II comes in. This vehicle, […]
October 25, 2019 No Comments Aerospace, broadband, Canada, Congress, falcon 9, Gwynne Shotwell, iac 2019, launch services, outer space, space, spacecraft, spaceflight, SpaceX, starlink, Starship, TC, United States, washington
SpaceX intends to offer Starlink satellite broadband service starting in 2020 SpaceX will look to launch its Starlink service for consumers sometime next year, SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell confirmed at a media roundtable meeting at the company’s offices in Washington during the International Astronautical Congress this week (via SpaceNews). Shotwell, […]
October 24, 2019 No Comments Aerospace, apollo, Artemis, Blue Origin, Congress, economy, jim bridenstine, NASA, Orion, Science, space, space technology, SpaceX, Startup company, Startups, TC, Washington D.C.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explains how startups can help with Artemis Moon missions At this week’s International Astronautical Congress, where the space industry, international space agencies and researchers from around the world convene to discuss the state of space technology and business, I asked NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine about what role he […]
By tweeting from a SCIF, House lawmakers put national security at risk If you thought storming into a highly secured government facility with your electronics but without permission was a smart idea, you’d be wrong. But that didn’t stop Rep. Matt Gaetz and close to three-dozen of his Republican colleagues on Wednesday […]
Small rocket launch startup Firefly teams up with Aerojet Rocketdyne In a perfect example of a small, new space startup teaming up with a legacy industry heavyweight with plenty of experience, Firefly is teaming up with Aerojet Rocketdyne. Firefly Aerospace was founded in 2013, and has raised $21.6 million so far to […]
October 22, 2019 No Comments Aerospace, blue moon, Blue Origin, Congress, Contractor, jeff bezos, Lockheed Martin, lunar lander, NASA, northrop grumman, outer space, Science, space, spaceflight, TC, Washington D.C.
Jeff Bezos announces Blue Origin will form new industry team to return to the Moon At the International Astronautical Congress in Washington, D.C. today, Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos announced a new “national team” that will join forces in order to help return humans to the Moon via NASA’s Artemis program. They’ll […]
Rocket Lab aims to deliver small satellites to the Moon and beyond Rocket Lab kicked off the International Astronautical Congress with the news that it’ll begin offering small satellite delivery service to orbits beyond low Earth orbit, where it currently operates – including delivering payloads all the way to the Moon. The […]