Space Force Eyes True Anomaly’s Satellite ‘Pursuit’ Capability for Ops

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WASHINGTON — Barely a year old, Colorado-based startup True Anomaly already has caught the attention of the Space Force for its planned artificial intelligence-powered software and highly maneuverable satellites designed to pursue and image adversary spacecraft, according to CEO Even Rogers.

True Anomaly in January nabbed a direct-to-Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from Space Systems Command, and expects to deliver its software package in “the April, May timeframe,” he told Breaking Defense in an interview.

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