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May 2nd, 2016
 
 
Space Tech Conference... Bringing Together Experts + Their Expertise In A Convenient One-Stop Event 
The Space Tech Conference agenda examines how military and government organizations can deliver space missions by working closely with the commercial sector to...
 
Anomaly Determination Completed By ULA... MUOS-5's May Mission Moves On...
The next launch is now scheduled for around May 12 for the US Navy's Mobile User Objective System, known as MUOS-5, into orbit.
 
Second ExoMars Mission Pushed Out To 2020
The second ExoMars mission involves a Russian-led surface platform and a European-led rover, also to be launched on a Proton from Baikonur.
 
Harris Falcon Radios To Bring Comms Interoperability To European Customer
Harris will supply AN/PRC-152A Wideband Networking Handheld Radios, which provide simultaneous, secure voice and high-speed networked data and other units...
 
On The Show Floor... SES Heading Into CommunicAsia2016
Visit the SES booth to find out how to accelerate growth with...
 
Crack That Code... Draper Sponsoring Chronos Geospatial Challenge
Draper is sponsoring the Chronos Data Science Contest, which will monetarily reward competitors who come in first, second or third place.
 
NSR's Satellite Manufacturing + Launch Services Analyzes The Design, Construction + Launch Of New Satellites
Encompassing global demand across all satellite applications and from LEO to GEO and beyond...
 
Vostochny Cosmodrome Construction Company Director Convicted Of Fraud—Off To Russian Labor Camp
Nesterenko embezzled more than 100 million rubles ($1.6 million) via a scheme run by an associate.
 
A Smart Reach By Yahlive
Yahlive viewers across the Arabian Maghreb have access to over 60 Arabic and international channels, out of which 24 are exclusive to Yahlive.
 
An Electrical Conduit Formed Between Aerojet Rocketdyne & NASA For Propulsion System
Under the Advanced Electric Propulsion System (AEPS) contract, the Aerojet Rocketdyne team will develop, qualify and deliver five 12.5 kilowatt Hall thruster subsystems.
 
First Global Hawk Components Manufactured In Korea Delivered To Northrop Grumman
This spring, Korean Jig and Fixture (KJF) delivered build-to-print aerospace grade precision machine parts for the first Republic of Korea Global Hawk.