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OneWeb’s dream of blanketing the globe in affordable, abundant broadband took an important step toward reality Feb. 27 when a Russian rocket lifted off from South America to deliver six French-built satellites into low Earth orbit. SpaceNews.com
Mon, 18 Mar 2019 12:43:20 +0000
Less than a month after the launch of its first six satellites, OneWeb closed a new $1.25 billion financing round to further its internet constellation. SpaceNews.com
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SpaceX could begin initial tests of a prototype of the company’s next-generation Starship vehicle as soon as this week, Elon Musk said March 17. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 17 Mar 2019 19:06:04 +0000
Nearly two months after Maxar dropped out of a DARPA program to demonstrate satellite servicing, the agency is continuing to develop the servicing technology as it examines options to get it into space. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 17 Mar 2019 10:23:12 +0000
An Air Force white paper says current space forces are inadequately resourced for the strategic competition that the United States faces in space. SpaceNews.com
Sat, 16 Mar 2019 23:31:25 +0000
The Air Force Research Laboratory in 2022 will launch an experimental PNT satellite called NTS-3, short for Navigation Technology Satellite 3. SpaceNews.com
Sat, 16 Mar 2019 11:42:34 +0000
If outer space is the "final frontier," the private commercialization of low Earth orbit — about 100-1,200 miles up — could become the new Wild West if we're not careful. SpaceNews.com
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Fri, 15 Mar 2019 16:56:22 +0000
Avio, the company that builds Europe’s light-lift Vega rocket and the future Vega C, reported a double-digit jump in revenue for its first full year as a publicly traded company. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 15 Mar 2019 03:22:04 +0000
Durham, North Carolina-based Nuvotronics will enhance Cubic’s protected communications portfolio, which includes GATR inflatable satcom terminals used by the U.S. military and other customers, Cubic said. SpaceNews.com
Fri, 15 Mar 2019 00:19:52 +0000
Shanahan said he views the Space Force as a "once in a generation opportunity." SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:20:32 +0000
Auditors found that DoD does not collect and maintain comprehensive data on its space acquisition workforce. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:12:50 +0000
A day after announcing that NASA was studying the possibility of shifting an Orion mission from the Space Launch System rocket to commercial vehicles, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said he and the agency still support development of the SLS. SpaceNews.com
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 20:46:49 +0000
Cesium Astro, a startup building advanced antennas and communications systems for satellites, raised $12.4 million in a Series A round led by Airbus’ venture capital arm Airbus Ventures. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:29-01-2013
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     Current job:Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     Keywordssoftware engineering development integration testing UNIX configuration LabView perl launch operations
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    10/2006 – Present       Lockheed Martin Space Systems CompanySunnyvale, CA

    Software/Test Engineer

    DMSP – Defense Metrological Satellite Program

    Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) Team Member: Generated ground procedures and Functional Failure Mode and Analysis (FFMEA).

    Integration and Test (I&T) and Flight Software (FSW) Support:  Wrote, maintained, and configuration controlled ATLAS spacecraft test software and databases used to exercise spacecraft subsystems during functional and environmental testing.

    Software Configuration Management and Tools Development:  Author of the DMSP Ground Software Disaster Recovery Plan and Engineering Memos associated with software configuration control and data analysis using self written cli, ATLAS, shell, Perl, and C tools.  Performed monthly backups, Data General system administrator, and co-author of DMSP Software Maintenance Plan.

    Launch Support:  Supported launch of DMSP S19 at the Vandenberg facility as ATLAS and database software support.

     

    10/2004 – 10/2006     Lockheed Martin Space Systems CompanySunnyvale, CA

    Software Engineer

    SBIRS – Space Based Infrared Systems

    Software Tools Development:  Created Perl/Tk GUIs and associated tools for building the SBIRS Pointing Control Assembly (PCA) database and FSW image.  Responsible for writing, upgrading, and running PCA EEPROM burn tools.  Developed tool to translate Remote Control scripts to SCL spacecraft test language.

    FSW Team Support:  Assist development and test engineers with software related problems, e.g shell scripting, Perl, Matlab, C, Clearcase, Excel.

     

    1/2004 – 10/2004       The Boeing Company                                        Huntington Beach, CA

    Engineer/Scientist

    Developed GPS crosslink functionality test procedures while waiting for secret clearance.  Hired to test spacecraft electrical power subsystem requirements using pSpice and Matlab.

     

    5/2001 – 12/2003       Lockheed Martin Technical Operations         Palo Alto, CA

    Satellite Systems Engineer

    Gravity Probe-B

    Space Vehicle Testing:  Supported space vehicle testing and Stanford Mission Operation Center simulations as lead command controller using OASIS Command and Control and data processor using Engineering Data Reduction (EDR) software and self-written UNIX shell, Perl, and Matlab tools.

    Real-time Operations: GSFC training: SN (TDRSS SWSI through NCC) and GN data flow certified.

    Planning and Evaluation:  Generated operations procedures and Stored Program Commands (SPCs) used in GP-B operations.  Wrote Matlab plot scripts and plotting tools used by subsystem engineers to review test data.  Generated anomaly resolution data and functional test vehicle sign off reports (RTworks checks, CSTOL procedures, OASIS messages, telemetry summary, event listings, SPC sorts, and Matlab plots).  Author of GP-B’s training plan and safemode contingency procedures.

     

    4/2000 – 5/2001          Lockheed Martin Technical Operations         Sunnyvale, CA

    Satellite Systems Engineer

    SKYNET 4/NATO IV Stage 1 and SKYNET 4 Stage 2 Certified Planner Analyst, Launch, and Early Orbit (LEO) operations certified, and over 150 hours of Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN).

    Real-time Operations: Performed real-time spacecraft supports.  Demonstrated proper voice protocol and Command and Control Segment (CCS) proficiency on console.  Analyzed telemetry to determine spacecraft state of health and resolved vehicle anomalies.

    Planning and Evaluation:  Generated daily passplans and submitted weekly Program Action Plans ensuring requirements were met.  Updated schedule records in CCS on the Planning and Evaluation Processor.  Updated CCS database calibration curves.  Completed simulation training covering timelines, spacecraft control loops, and launch pass plans.

    Launch Support:  Supported SKYNET 4F launch with the Astrium UK team as prime console analyst on the mission control launch team.  Ran launch sequences in drift and transfer orbit through station acquisition and TT&C handover.  LEO certification involved extensive training in AOCS including Active Nutation Dampening (AND) and Attitude Acquisition (ATA) modes, TT&C, and launch and on-orbit vehicle emergency reconfigurations.

     

    Education     5/2000                           Humboldt State University                                                Arcata, CA

    B.S., Industrial Engineering

    Degree focus in product development, industrial design, production planning, inspection and testing, Manufacturing and Electrical Engineering. Additional courses in computer-aided drafting and computer numerical control.

    Senior research project in unmanned aerial vehicles.  Designed, built, and flew a small model aircraft that was flown remotely with a CCD camera system.  The vehicle offered a first person perspective from takeoff to landing.  Currently involved with UAVs as a hobby.


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