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January 4th, 2017
 
 
SpaceX Gets Back Up On The Proverbial Horse and Plans A Launch 
“SpaceX usually pushes ahead a lot faster, so it seems like they’re not rushing ahead at this point, which is a good thing.”
 
One Hundred and Three Smallsats, Sitting on a PSLV...
The rocket in question is the PSLV-C37 and the date is set for February from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota.
 
Inmarsat 's iSatPhone Has A UAE "In"
The agreement will enable the latter two companies to sell Inmarsat’s GSPS IsatPhone satellite phones and IsatHub terminals to their UAE customers.
 
Sale Of CapRock Communications Completed
Proceeds from this transaction will be used by Harris to pay down debt and return cash to shareholders.
 
JSAT and Arianespace Sign On To Go Up Together
Their aim is to maintain stable and high-quality satellite communications services.
 
Norway Tracks Avalanches Via Satellite
This is helpful as recent images reveal 50 new avalanches among a small portion of Svalbard
 
US Army's Field Services Contract Bagged By DataPath
More than 200 DataPath field service technicians will now be sent to various military commands in 20 countries.
 
TRAK Is Clocking In
The 8835 GPS Clock offers extreme power and interoperability options ...
 
GVF's New Board, New Year, New Ideas
The election comes at a time when the GVF has been recognized by the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation with a 2016 Sir Arthur Award in International Achievement,