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July 12th, 2016
MUOS 5's Anomaly Aggravation For Lockheed Martin & The US Navy
The anomaly has prevented the satellite's transfer to geosynchronous orbit—temporarily.
A Most Positive SSPI Dinner For Future Leaders & Mentors
This Future Leaders Dinner event will be held in New York City on November 9th
Much To Think About In NSR's Upcoming Global Satellite Capacity Supply & Demand Report
NSR is forecasting widebeam revenues to drop by over $1.25 billion from 2015 to 2025.
All Getting Meshed Together By ND SatCom In Africa For A Complete Airing
ATNS is in the process of upgrading 50 sites throughout Africa with equipment from ND SatCom.
Crafting Cygnus PCMs In Thales Alenia Space Hands
The cargo module is designed to transport crew supplies and science experiments on Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft under NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services contract.
University of North Dakota Smallsat Should Soon See Space
The OpenOrbiter Small Spacecraft Development Initiative was born and the satellite's progress has been advanced by hundreds of students over the years.
Nine Grant Winners Announced By Future Space Leaders Foundation
The grant winners were selected on the basis of their commitment to the advancement of space sciences and the quality of the abstracts they will present at the 67th IAC.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Ordains Expansion At Stennis For AR1 Rocket Engine Endeavors
The company is going to expand their Center of Excellence for Large Liquid Rocket Engine Assembly and test at Stennis.
A Huge Financial Reaction Really Draws The SABRE™ Engine Into The Limelight
With all of the agreements now in place, the SABRE ground demonstrator should be delivered by the close of this decade.
Mobility Matters For Comms—Honeywell Aerospace Survey Results Presented Regarding In-Flight WiFi
Nearly 3 of 4 passengers are ready to switch airlines today to have access to a faster and more reliable WiFi connection.
Positive Progress Infuses Raytheon's OCX Project
The accuracy of the PNT (Position, Navigation and Timing) signal is supposed to be doubled for OCX when implemented.
Developing Youth Interest In The Satellite & Space Industry APSCC Event Upcoming
The Workshop has been designed to provide a platform for the brightest up-and-coming engineering students to connect with leading satellite and space industry experts and learn more about the opportunities in the sector.
Thales Alenia Space Celebrates What's SWOT? And Four Launches In As Many Months 
Since the beginning of 2016, four launches in four months from four different sites carried spacecrafts “made in” Thales Alenia Space:
Aye, Lad! Glasgow Prestwick Spaceport, XCOR And Orbital Access Limited Sign On For Scottish Manned Space Launch
"I was delighted to have been able to play my part in Prestwick's future by convincing the UK Government to abandon their plan for a single Spaceport site..."
Commonly Agreed Upon Strategy To Be Facilitated By The NGMN Alliance
The NGMN Alliance will drive and guide the development of all future mobile broadband technology enhancements with a focus on 5G.
UTC Aerospace Systems Sensing Success With Northrop Grumman Contract Commitment
This move is all part of the USAF's planned modernization of this proven unmanned platform.