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Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

ASTRO

Advanced Electro-Optical System R&D and Sustainment for Space Domain Awareness

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Advanced Radar Solutions For Space Domain Awareness

Agile Guardian

Agile Guardian

Autonomous Flight Termination Unit - Miniature (AFTU-M)

Autonomous Flight Termination Unit - Miniature (AFTU-M)

Bantam

Bantam

R-42DM 890N (200 lbf) Dual Mode High Performance Rocket Engine

Chemical In-Space Propulsion

Counter communications system

Counter Communications System

CST-100 Starliner

CST-100 Starliner

AF-M315E, specially-engineered propulsion system for the “green” propellant

Green Propulsion

HPIU

Hosted Payload Interface Unit (HPIU)

Launch Vehicle Avionics

Launch Vehicle Avionics

Navigation Solutions

M-Code Navigation Solutions

M-Code Type I

M-Code Type I

M-Code Type II

M-Code Type II

KI-700

Medium Rate Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Unit (KI-700)

L3Harris Mission Planning Tool

Mission Planning Tool

L3Harris' NASA Orion audio system will play a mission-critical role in returning astronauts to the lunar surface as part of the Artemis missions.

NASA Orion Audio System

Navigation Technology Satellite – 3 (NTS-3): Accelerating the future of space-based PNT

NTS-3

Nuclear Propulsion

Nuclear Propulsion

L3Harris Olympus Modeling and Simulation

Olympus

Orion

Orion

Protected Global Positioning System

Protected Global Positioning System

RL10 Engine

RL10 Engine

Rocket Shop℠ Defense Advanced Programs      Ensuring the Nation's Safety with Next Generation Defense Products

Rocket Shop℠ Defense Advanced Programs

RS-25 Engine

RS-25 Engine

Large Aperture Parabolic Antennas, Satellite Tracking Antennas, Full Motion Satellite Antennas, Satellite Downlink Antennas, Satellite Telemetry and Control Antennas

Satellite Tracking Antennas

CDU-200

Secure Satellite Communications Encryption Unit (CDU-200)

MCU-110

Secure Satellite Communications Encryption Unit (MCU-110C)

Aerojet Rocketdyne’s Advanced Electric Propulsion System

Solar Electric Propulsion

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Solid Rocket Motors

L3Harris Space and Intelligence Communications

Space and Intelligence Communications

Space is vital to our modern way of life. But threats to our nation's space assets grow in scope and lethality each day. L3Harris’ space BMC3 solutions close the warfighting observe-orient-decide-act loop – to ensure that the U.S. is always faster than the threat.

Space BMC3

L3Harris is at the forefront of providing tools that enable and deny access to the electromagnetic spectrum in the contested space environment. Our capabilities protect U.S. forces and ensure any potential adversaries are at a disadvantage in the space domain.

Space Electronic Warfare

Powering lunar surface operations

Space Power Systems

Space Superiority Sustainment

Space Superiority Sustainment

Satellite

Spacecraft Communications

L3Harris SpaceSentry Modular TCPED System

SpaceSentry Modular TCPED System

SpaceView

Spaceview™ Small Satellite Imaging Solutions

SPATIAL

SPATIAL

Radar Antenna Positioners

Transportable SATCOM Antenna Systems, Trailer Mounted Antennas

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UnityCP® Application-Specific Integrated Circuit

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