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Imagery from the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager
environmental monitoring
The Laboratory's long-term collaboration with NOAA and NASA on environmental monitoring satellites has led to revolutionized weather imagery and products and improved detection for space and solar phenomena.
Small satellites are an attractive option for missions because of their low costs; however, they are vulnerable to cyberattacks. We provide a securable and usable architecture for keeping small satellites resilient to system compromise.
software
A secure reference architecture enables satellites to recover from cyberattacks and carry on their missions.
The SST awaits nightfall to be tasked with scanning space from its location atop the Atom Site, a high-altitude observation point in New Mexico that provides a view of the sky that is virtually untouched by light pollution.
space situational awareness
A unique curved focal surface enables a highly sensitive telescope capable of surveying broad swaths of deep space to detect the faintest objects in the night sky.
Ray tracing that simulates wave propagation is used to build performance models for high-frequency radar and communication systems.
satellites
New algorithms improve the resilience of satellite and RF systems to impacts from space weather.
TESS's cameras, which will monitor planets passing in front of stars, were designed and built by Lincoln Laboratory engineers. Illustration: Chester Beals
space
A new planet hunter will spend the next two years searching for exoplanets, including those that could support life.
Lincoln Laboratory personnel Joseph Zurkus, left, and Jacob Huang, right, operate a protected tactical waveform modem and collect data while Ted O'Connell, back, monitors terminal equipment during flight testing.
satellite communications (SATCOM)
Satellite communications technologies enable the U.S. military to maintain connectivity in the field.

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