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May 4th, 2017
 
 
Now Fully Operational for nbn — SkyMuster™ II
Late last year, nbn made the decision to re-purpose the second satellite previously slated as a dormant backup service to one that actively shares the load.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Milestone Hot Fire Test Puts US on Track to Space Transport Independence
no more 'ride alongs' on Russian rockets and renting seats for US astronauts at exorbitant costs ...
 
The Satellite Innovation Symposium — Presenting the Future...
Satellite Innovation Symposium will ensure attendees are made aware of the tools that can assist them in building and growing their businesses.
 
Vector Launches Prototype Vector-R Launch Vehicle that Features 3D Printed Parts
The 3D printed injector, which was produced in a single piece, was also integrated into the just-tested Vector-R launch vehicle along with the startup’s first stage 5K-lbf engine.
 
Arianespace Finally Sees a Launch as SGDC and KOREASAT-7 Are Off and Away
Was that worth the wait or what, is the question asked after a delay held up the launch for several hours...
 
Thales of Two Satellites ... Thales Alenia Space Sends Up Two
...provide sovereign and safe means for the strategic communications of the government and the defense and reduce the digital divide in Brazil...
 
Airbus Safran Launchers Sends Ariane 5 Soaring and Gets Ready for Five More
"My first thanks go to the teams of Airbus Safran Launchers and Arianespace who ensured the necessary interventions to guarantee the safety and the performance of the Ariane 5 launcher ..."
 
Iran's Plans ... Launch a Communication Satellite Next Year
Iran Space Agency has been raising its game in the recent years and has successfully launched a number of indigenous satellites into the orbit.
 
Crystal Garners VDS and Solutions for Video Distribution Over Satellite
Crystal will integrate the acquired VDS technology into its monitoring, control and metadata management solutions...
 
Spacecom's AMOS-4 Satellite Furthers Dish Media Network's DTH Operations in Nepal
AMOS-4 has eight Ku-band transponders of 108 MHz and four high-power Ka-band transponders of 216 MHz, each with steerable beams.