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September 4th, 2017
GPM Satellite's Storm Watch Reveals Tropical Cyclone Irma Intensifies Near Cape Verde Islands
Tropical storm Irma is predicted to become more powerful and be a hurricane in a couple of days.
SSPI Member with Flying Assets Assistance for Hurricane Harvey Victims
I am spearheading a relief effort through the business aviation community.  We are mobilizing a fleet of bizjets from across the country...
Ariane 5 Prepares to Perform Heavy Lifting with Launch of Intelsat 37e and BSAT-4a
Arianespace’s fifth Ariane 5 mission of 2017 has been given the “green light” for liftoff on September 5 following
Forty Years of the Voyager, Missions — A Celebration
The observance will take place at the Smithsonian’s museum located at Independence Avenue at 6th street SW in Washington, DC. The event will...
Vietnam Plans to Develop, Design and Launch a Small Dragon and a Lotus
No country in the world makes all satellite components from A to Z.
KRYTAR Delivers a New Directional Coupler to Market
KRYTAR’s new directional coupler is uniquely designed for thermal vacuum environmental applications where external leveling, precise monitoring...
IAC 2017 Dives Into the Space Industry's Economic and Social Impact 
The plenary is conceived as a panel of global experts that can contribute informed opinions on the industry, how it is evolving, and how this is...
GOMSpace and Airbus Join Forces for Smallsat Flight Tracking
GomSpace is a pioneer in space-based aircraft tracking with the first successful demonstration performed in 2013 and currently has an active...
SES Capacity Increase Deal with Bluesky Cook Islands
The Cook Islands was the first market to use SES Networks’ innovative O3b MEO satellite system in 2014 to deliver 3G/ 4G services to the remote nation.