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January 8th, 2015
Dragon's Deliveries To ISS Now Scheduled For January 10...
Expedition 42 Commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore of NASA will use the station's 57.7-foot robotic arm to capture Dragon at approximately 6 a.m.
NASA's EPIC Will Allow NOAA's DSCOVR To Image Earth In A Single Shot
"Unlike personal cameras, EPIC will take images in 10 very narrow wavelength ranges."—Adam Szabo, DSCOVR project scientist, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
First Images Captured By Exelis' AHI Instrument Aboard Himawari-8 Released By Japan Meteorological Agency
Exelis delivered the AHI to Mitsubishi Electric Corporation a year ago for integration into JMA’s Himawari-8 weather satellite which was launched in October.
@ CABSAT 2015: Hiltron Plans For Two Major Product Debuts
The HANT-C-Ku dual-band 3.7 meter satellite downlink antenna and HMFC motorized feed-change mount will both be promoted.
Intense ISR Missions For Northrop Grumman's Global Hawk Result In Historic Flight Hours
"There are at least two Global Hawks in the air at all times providing indispensable ISR information to those that need it." —Mick Jaggers, Global Hawk UAS program director, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
Once-Classified Ukrainian Geographic Intelligence Published By East View Geospatial
“Terrain Analysis of Ukraine provides simple and easy access to once-classified geographic intelligence covering the entire country.” Kent D. Lee, CEO, East View Geospatial.
31st Space Symposium Event Offers Registration Savings That End Soon...
There are a number of important reasons to attend the Space Symposium...
WORK Microwave Hires New Director Of Sales + Marketing
...responsible for driving product strategy and global business development
General Dynamics WIN-T's Better Communications Improves Call-for-Fire Response
"Before, we were constrained by terrestrial location systems; "                                                       
Metstar Doppler Wind Lidar System Gains An Optical Surfaces Beam Expander
"The instrument has a relatively high magnification (M=20) that introduces further challenges during manufacturing, testing and assembly of the unit.”—Dr. Aris Kouris, Optical Surfaces Limited.