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April 20th, 2017
It's a First for China ... Launches Cargo Spacecraft, Plans for Building Space Station
Without a cargo transportation system, the station would run out of power and basic necessities, causing it to return to Earth before the designated time.
Russia Launches Two Cosmonauts Who Successfully Commute to International Space Station
 The Expedition 51 crew members will spend more than four months conducting approximately 250 science investigations such as ...
Launch Pod Integration Success Leads SSG's Smallsats to Launch Date in India
These nanosatellites will be launched from the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
On the NABSHOW Floor... TeamCast to Present Products and Expertise
One product that TeamCast is releasing at NABSHOW 2017 is the new VORTEX II product that's dedicated to ATSC 1.0 and 3.0 networks.
Major Milestone Reached by SPOT Satellite Devices — 5K+ Rescues Across the Globe
SPOT customers are currently initiating nearly two rescues a day.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Puts US Closer to Independent Space Travel With Reusable Engine Test 
“We look forward to ... continuing our proud heritage of enabling astronauts to fly to the International Space Station from US soil.”
Encore for XTAR... $9.8 Million Contract Keeps US Navy's UAS Connected
... will supply X-band satellite services for the continued testing of the MQ-4C Triton UAS
Globecomm Covers the Globe With End-to-End Solutions at NAB2017
from end-to-end managed services, systems integration and cloud-related offerings for transporting video content and data over multiple networks ...
Draper's Flight Software Supports Sierra Nevada Corp.'s  Dream Chaser
For the Dream Chaser Cargo System, Draper addressed these challenges by applying its flight-proven capabilities that also enable cargo delivery...
New Rapid Response Vehicle Drives Out of SES
The Rapid Response Vehicle is the world’s first mobile platform to offer collaborative communications technologies over multiple orbits and frequencies...
IRG Asks THE Question ... Interference, Is Technology Able to Solve It?
The good news is that sectors across the industry are working on technologies to counter interference, many of which are available for use now.