Current Satellite News
June 29th, 2015
Those Oh So Critical First Days In Space Have Now Been Surmounted By Sentinel-2A
"We conducted our first orbital maneuver using the Sentinel-2A thrusters yesterday, and this went exactly as planned."—Franco Marchese, Spacecraft Operations Manager, ESA,
Third Time Is Not The Charm As Third Company Has Mishap...SpaceX  Explodes w/Supplies + Experiments On Way To ISS...
This is a revised announcement from yesterday's news.
Advantech Wireless' New 400W C-Band SSPA/SSPB Brings GaN Into The Mix
The Second Generation of GaN SSPAs empowers broadcasters to deliver their messages while maximizing efficiency and reducing operational cost."—Cristi Damian, V.p., Business Development, Advantech Wireless.
Avascent Webinar To Tackle The Crucial Necessities + Convoluted Challenges Of The Satellite Launch Process
From finding the documentation you need, to understanding the regulatory issues pertaining to commercial satellite launch today, this conversation will provide a snapshot of both present procedures and the future of the commercial communications satellite market.
Cobham Antenna Systems Goes Polar... Dual-Polar MIMO Base Station
This makes the range an ideal choice for system roll-outs, even if frequencies are likely to change during planning processes.
ULA's Tightrope Act...Maintaining Industry's Lead Of 96 Missions 100 Percent Success + Achieving National Rocket Independence   
"...if the current law is not modified, America will not have assured access to space and competition will have been unintentionally eliminated, giving the new entrant a monopoly,"
Arab Advisors Group Reveal... 70 Percent Of Arab Satellite TV Channels Have Online Sites  
Spurred by the increasing uptake of the Internet service in the Arab World, many channels in the Arab TV industry have established an online presence.