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US Space Force Seeks Proposals for Space Domain Awareness Tech Enhancements

Request for proposals

US Space Force Seeks Proposals for Space Domain Awareness Tech Enhancements

The U.S. Space Force is seeking proposals for a Colorado-based Tools Application and Processing laboratory that would host space domain awareness projects.

According to the Space Systems Command, Project Apollo proposals should focus on space launch custody, object identification, and decision-making support. Some of the solutions SSC is looking for are space launch detection data, launch trajectory and orbit prediction, space object detection and data dissemination.

Project Apollo’s goal is to provide authorities with tools and data to allow them to formulate, test and prove space solutions. The first three-month innovation cycle will start on Oct. 26, C4ISRNET reported Thursday.

Project Apollo, opened in late September, is designed to facilitate partnerships between Space Force guardians and external partners. It is the second TAP lab, with the first focused on battlespace awareness and missile detection.

SSC has been finding ways to improve space domain awareness in the United States.

In late August, the command and the National Reconnaissance Office launched the SILENTBARKER mission, designed to provide capabilities the U.S. and its allies need to address evolving threats. The SDA capabilities provided by SILENTBARKER meet the requirements set by the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community.

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