Current Satellite News
August 22nd, 2017
Telenor Group Names New EVP Who is Also a People Person
Cecilie B. Heuch, 51, is joining Telenor from DNV GL Group and will also become member of Telenor's Group Executive Management team,
Arianespace - Intelsat and SSL Satellites Being Prepped for VA239 Launch
The upcoming mission to geostationary transfer orbit is designated Flight VA239 in Arianespace’s numbering system, and will mark the 239th launch...
Solar Eclipse Time Today - And Getting Ready for 2019
Solar Orbiter will be launched in February 2019 into a close orbit around the Sun and will allow scientists to study the solar corona in much more detail...
UK Space Agency's Call to All ... Those Who Want to Support UK Spaceflight
The response was rewarding when a call went out from the UK Space Agency for grant proposals to establish initial launch capability in the UK. How many?
SpaceX's Falcon 9 Test Fire was Noisy and Hot Preparing for Taiwanese Satellite Launch
firing of all nine Merlin 1D engines on the base of the first stage for an average of 3.5 seconds in duration based on usual tests. It was noisy and hot.
Advantech Wireless Do Brasil Garners a New Director
Mr. Xavier has more than 25 years of experience in Management, International Business Development and Sales in the areas of...
NSR's Latest Report Forecasts $158 Billion for Commercial Satellite Ground Equipment
However, in terms of growth, VSAT platforms (modems + baseband equipment), driven by verticals such as Consumer Broadband and Mobility...
Telesat in Full Support of Canadian Space Sector Support by Government
The government has highlighted the importance of establishing a whole of government space strategy to support the Canadian space sector to...
LandViewer's New Views for Newbies ... Professional Results for Beginners
enables non-expert users to select a geographic area for analysis, an Earth observation data type, and then apply it for on-the-fly imagery analytics.
Australia Plans to Take a Bigger Slice of the $420 Billion Space Race 'Pie'
Australia is one of only a few developed countries without a national space agency, and New Zealand established its agency last year.