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DHS, MIT Researchers Test Crowd Security Threat Detection System

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate collaborated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lincoln Laboratory to evaluate an imaging technology designed to unobtrusively detect potential threat items in a crowd. MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers helped facilitate a three-day developmental test and evaluation of a millimeter wave imager …

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NASA Project Aims to Equip Orion Spacecraft With Laser Comms System

NASA has launched a project to develop a laser communications system for the Orion spacecraft the agency intends to use for its future manned missions to deep space. The Laser-Enhanced Mission and Navigation Operational Services system is designed to provide connectivity to astronauts in space and allow them to communicate with people on Earth, NASA said Thursday. Goddard …

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NASA to Launch Laser Comms Demo for Spacecraft, Earth Connectivity

NASA plans to launch a technology demonstration of laser communications systems  designed to increase the speed of data transmission between space vehicles and ground terminals. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration will be deployed in summer 2019 as part of a two- to five-year mission that seeks to help NASA learn ways to operate laser communications systems, the space agency said Wednesday. …

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