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May 8th, 2017
 
 
India's GSAT-9 Launches Successfully to Ensure Connectivity for Those Less Fortunate in South Asia
This is the fourth consecutive success achieved by GSLV carrying indigenously developed Cryogenic Upper Stage.
 
UK Breaks Ground for Air Breathing Rocket Test Facility
the air must be cooled from 1000 degrees C to –150 degrees C within just a hundredth of second ... while avowing the formation of dangerous ice.
 
A STRONG Debut — A New HD+ Satellite Receiver
The DVB-S2 HD receiver SRT 7806 is equipped with the latest satellite reception technology and a card reader for reception of the HD+ channel bouquet.
 
NASA's Shoot of 1,500 In Five ... RAISE Images of the Sun That Is
scientists will launch a sounding rocket 200 miles up into the atmosphere, where in just five minutes, it will take 1,500 images of the sun.
 
The Rig Is Up for Speedcast with Diamond Offshore
Speedcast’s service model yields increased flexibility for Diamond Offshore to better allocate bandwidth as the rig’s communications requirements change...
 
The Cost of Growth — An NSR Analysis
The combined revenues of the 10 largest telcos globally are around $850 billion, the total revenues for satellite telecom are estimated at ~$12 billion...
 
Nearly Fifty Percent of Commercial Aircraft to be Connected by 2021, According to Euroconsult
Euroconsult's research confirms that installations will accelerate and innovation will largely improve the in-flight experience.
 
Grameenphone's New CEO in Bangladesh Has Been CEO Telenor Bulgaria
he is taking on the challenge of leading Grameenphone through the next phases of digitization in Bangladesh.
 
Stabilized Maritime Antenna from Orbit Communications Systems Heads To US Federal R&D Center
The OceanTRx™ 4 supports a variety of 1.15m stabilized maritime antenna system configurations in...
 
More Than 40 Wagenborg Vessels to Gain Maritime Connectivity from Castor Marine
This setup enables Wagenborg Shipping to enhance crew welfare and ship to shore connectivity using Castor’s global Ku-band footprint.
 
Space Flight Laboratory's Smallsat Gets the Message 
Each drag sail has an area of approximately one square meter.
 
A New, Multi-Band Transportable Manpack Debuts from Hughes
The terminal exemplifies the growing market trend for manpack terminals - reduced Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) requirements.
 
Inmarsat SwiftBroadband UAV Service ... a Product to Drone On About
...will benefit Low Altitude Long Endurance (LALE) vehicles and complement the Cobham SATCOM AVIATOR UAV 200.