Leidos' Dynetics subsidiary has started developing a spacecraft called Autonomous Logistics Platform for All-Moon Cargo Access under a potential $253M contract with NASA to develop human landing systems for the agency's lunar mission by 2024, CNBC reported Wednesday.
Dynetics has selected Voyager Space Holdings subsidiary to provide a technology to support the docking and refueling functions of a human landing system that will be built for NASA's Artemis moon mission.
Exquadrum has concluded hot-fire tests of a rocket motor technology being developed with Dynetics to support the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's efforts to build and demonstrate ground-launched hypersonic weapon system.
TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 19, 2020 “” Leidos' (NYSE: LDOS) Dynetics subsidiary is among the three contractors NASA selected to design and build platforms for a mission to land astronauts on the moon, GovCon Wire reported May 1.
Leidos'Dynetics subsidiary has received an 18-month, $12.3M contract to incorporate operational-level scenarios into heterogeneous aircraft as part of the first phase of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency program.