Current Satellite News
August 9th, 2017
Globecomm - Acquired
The transaction is expected to be completed in the third calendar quarter of 2017, and is subject to customary regulatory approvals...
Orbital ATK - Moving Forward With Landsat 9 PDR Success
Landsat 9, an advanced land surface mapping satellite, will collect space-based images and data that serve as valuable resources for...
ELSE SA - Receiving the Gift of Millions for Astrocast
a satellite that was projected to last no more than one year yet is still fully functional today, nearly eight years post launch.
Harris Corporation - Third Advanced GPS III Navigation Payload Is Delivered
The advanced navigation payloads feature a Mission Data Unit (MDU) with a unique 70-percent digital design that links atomic clocks, radiation-hardened...
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and JAXA - Launch of H-IIA with MICHIBIKI No. 3 is Delayed
The launch vehicle carries the MICHIBIKI No. 3 Quasi-Zenith Satellite System aboard for insertion into Geostationary Orbit.
Leaders of the Satellite Communications Industry to Gather Together Next Month in Paris
This summit has established a reputation over the last two decades as being the place to meet and do business with key executives from the satellite communications world.
On the IBC2017 Show Floor - Bridge Technologies to Demo Interoperability and New Products
The Bridgetech stand is home to a demonstration featuring Bridge’s innovative VB440-SW dual 40 Gigabit Ethernet software probe and...
Accion Systems and York Space Systems - MOU'ing Ion Propulsion Systems for Satellites
As part of the intended partnership, Accion Systems will become a preferred provider of standardized propulsion systems, providing York’s...
TCarta Marine - Introducing Vector Shorelines
The Global Vector Shoreline products are 1:60,000-scale vectors derived from U.S. Landsat satellite imagery.
Clyde Space - Ground Station Commissioned In Glascow
Clyde Space has developed a highly adaptable software defined ground station solution in support of their customers’ missions...
Kabul Requests Satellite from India ... Maybe a Dedicated OneTracking Terrorist Hideouts
It is not yet clear if Kabul wants to use a dedicated satellite to track terrorist hideouts.