Lincoln Laboratory develops technology that enables the nation’s space surveillance system to meet the challenges of space situational awareness. The Laboratory works with systems to detect, track, and identify man-made satellites; collects orbital-debris detection data to support space-flight safety; performs satellite mission and payload assessment; and investigates technology to improve monitoring of the space environment, including space weather and atmospheric and ionospheric effects. The technology emphasis is the application of new components and algorithms to enable sensors with greatly enhanced capabilities and to support the development of net-centric processing systems for the nation’s Space Surveillance Network.

Haystack Radar The Haystack Ultrawideband Satellite Imaging Radar (HUSIR) 37-meter-diameter primary reflector surface achieved its final precision alignment goal, allowing final dual-band (X and W) integration and testing to proceed in preparation for transitioning HUSIR to operational use in the U.S. Space Surveillance Network.

 

Leadership for Space Control

Grant StokesDr. Grant H. Stokes Larry CandellMr. Lawrence M. Candell
Craig PeriniMr. Craig E. Perini Jay DonnellyDr. William J. Donnelly

 

 

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