Current Satellite News
September 28th, 2016
Sea Launch Acquired By S7 Group
The CEO of Russia's S7 Group, Vladislav Filen, flew to the IAC in Guadalajara, Mexico, to sign papers that would find his company acquiring Sea Launch.
ULA's Vulcan Verification Pathway Now Has SMC Cooperation
This cooperative, jointly-written agreement facilitates data exchanges and protects proprietary and export-controlled data.
Future Leaders & Mentor Of The Year Named By SSPI
The Promise Awards honor three satellite executives age 35 and under for outstanding achievement in the early stages of their career as well as the Mentor of the Year.
Arianespace Mission Mustered On A Fairing Day
This upcoming mission will deliver the two telecommunications payloads into geostationary transfer orbit.
An Event Of Special Insights — The Fifth Annual Space and Satellite Regulatory Colloquium
The event will include 11 panels of legal and regulatory experts who will discuss the most pressing of issues.
US Geological Survey... How Satellites Up There Could Predict Human Caused Earthquakes Down Here
Suddenly, Oklahoma looked as tremor-prone as California, mainly due to the spread of wastewater disposal wells in the state.
Singtel Brings Inmarsat's Fleet Xpress To Asia & "K" Line Ship Management Singapore
The installation was recently completed on “K” Line Ship Management Singapore’s (“K” Line) container ship Houston Bridge.
Phasor Keeps Up With The Superyachts... Transmits Tests From Moving Platform
The link was successfully established and has been running flawlessly for over two weeks.
Harris To Capture The Earth Every Five Minutes...
For rapidly changing events such as thunderstorms, hurricanes, or fires, ABI can take images as often as every 30 seconds.
WORK Microwave's 30th Anniversary It Takes Work To Make A Relationship Work
Established in 1986, WORK Microwave's original strength was in creating clean clock sources.