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August 10th, 2016
Gaofen-3 Going For The "Looks"
The launch was empowered by a Long March 4C rocket at 6:55 a.m. Beijing time, according to the center.
Angara Acknowledgement By Kari For KOMPSAT-6 Launch
The launch will be conducted from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome that's located in northwestern Russia.
Surrey Satellite Technology US Is NanoRacks'ing With New Contract
The satellite platform can weigh as much as 100 kilograms, accommodating payloads of up to 45 kilograms in mass in multiple configurations.
An October Surprise Suspension For Mitsubishi & JAXA
The launch of the H-IIB Launch Vehicle No. 6 with the H-II Transfer Vehicle has had to be postponed from the original departure from Earth date of October 1st.
Seafarer Terminal Operation Course Offered By GVF & Intellian
This course is delivered online, in a self-paced, interactive format.
NSR's EO Market Report'll Be Here Before You Know It...
NSR’s EO8 report offers analysis of seven different vertical markets across five regions for four different instrument resolutions and two types of imagery (optical, SAR).
Antwerp Space Is All JUICEd Up
Antwerp Space is responsible for designing, integrating and testing the complete Communication Subsystem.
Yahsat's YahClick Upsurge In Pakistan
YahClick has already been connecting individuals and businesses across urban and rural areas.
On The Show Floor — Spacepath Communications BUCkles Down For IBC2016
This unit will be showcased at the firm's stand along with their range of HPAs that were introduced earlier this year.
Keysight Technologies Uncovers Those Elusive Signals
The Keysight Technologies application note Measuring Agile Signals and Dynamic Signal Environments provides two case studies.
SES & MX1 Bring Bobbles.tv Bubbling Into A New Global TV Platform For Expats
Subscription-based service will allow expats to choose from DTH, OTT or both packages. 
Cobham & TRX Systems Automate LMR Test Data Geo-Referencing, Cloud Storage & 3D Visualization
The uniting of the technologies has resulted in an automated solution that simplifies and reduces the time required for indoor Land Mobile Radio (LMR) testing.
Aerojet Rocketdyne & Sierra Nevada Corporation Go Far Out, Dude, To Build The Ultimate Habitation System                                                                                        
will be built and tested in order to establish confidence that the designs will function as expected in the harsh environments of space.