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For installation aboard a launch vehicle, a space telescope using technology developed for DISCIT will fold up into the compact shape seen at the left, but will expand its segmented sparse subapertures, right, once deployed.
Technologies enabling the deployment of an expandable telescope from a small spacecraft could pave the way for the development of other payloads for small satellites.
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.
TESS's cameras, which will monitor planets passing in front of stars, were designed and built by Lincoln Laboratory engineers. Illustration: Chester Beals
A new planet hunter will spend the next two years searching for exoplanets, including those that could support life.
The International Space Station will be outfitted with our ILLUMA-T laser terminal to provide optical communications.
The ILLUMA-T will enable optical communications on the International Space Station.
Space Tactics Interns learn the operations of the high-power Millstone Hill radar that tracks space vehicles and space debris.
A program created by the Air Force Space Command and Lincoln Laboratory gives participants experience with advanced systems and processes for managing space operations.
This illustration shows OSIRIS-REx contacting the asteroid Bennu. Aboard OSIRIS-REx is the REXIS instrument, for which the Laboratory developed CCDs that will image X-rays emitting from Bennu's surface. Illustration: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
advanced imaging
Our CCDs will image X-rays emitting from elements on the surface of the asteroid Bennu.

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