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January 2nd, 2018
 
 
Iridium's NEXT's Good News Is Good News ... 10 Satellites Pass Test
Last week's successful launch of the Iridium-4 launch with SpaceX caused quite the stir on the West Coast of the United States due to ...
 
ISRO Prepping for Upcoming January Launch of 31 Satellites
The mission will be the first ‘Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle’ (PSLV) mission after the unsuccessful launch of the navigation satellite IRNSS-1H in...
 
Greece's Pride as Completion of Hellas-Sat is Sent for Tests 
Hellas Sat 4 was built in cooperation with the Royal Institute of Technology of Saudi Arabia.
 
Israeli Smallsats First to Fly in Formation to Occur Later this Year
The project is designed to prove that a combination of satellites can hold together in a controlled formation for a year
 
A Cape Canaveral Home for the SpaceX Dragon Capsule Team
should be receiving their first Dragon 2 capsule, which will directly support NASA and the return of astronauts (launching into orbit) from U.S. soil,
 
Arabsat's Board of Directors' Meeting Will Be in Istanbul, Turkey
Khalid Balkhyour, the President and CEO of Arabsat said that this meeting will discuss the results of 2017 as well as the estimated budget for 2018...
 
Airborne Wireless Network Support Agreement with GE Aviation
ABWN anticipates that this relationship should significantly accelerate the development of ABWN's proprietary Hybrid Radio and Free-Optics...
 
Contract Mod for Kratos Technology & Training Solutions from U.S.A.F.
These services are required to sustain and provide post-production development for the current Command and Control System Consolidated...
 
xG Technology's IMT Vislink Delivers First Order for U.S. Army
The contract covers the supply of hand-held intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance receiver (ISR) devices. Delivery of the first order was...
 
ETL Sends in the StingRay RF Over Fiber Solution for Liquid Telecom's Special Needs
with 200 meters between its RF cabin and the main equipment room and frequent lightning storms, signal loss and equipment resilience ...
 
JAXA Reports Critical Operations Phase of SHIKISAI and TSUBAME Now Complete
... the satellites have entered the state where they can be sustained in orbit.
 
ISRO to Assist Spatial Mapping of Trees and Fish
The data would also be used be for locating suitable sites for cage fish farming in sea waters.
 
Payloads Could Soon Head South from Cape Canaveral
Polar launches have historically been flown from Vandenberg Air Force Base on California’s Central Coast, where a small number of missions each...
 
Atos Completes Acquisition of Siemens Convergence Creators
Atos' intent to acquire CVC was announced on October 2, 2017 — the company delivers software-based solutions in the fields of communication...
 
Spacecom's AMOS-4 Continues Connectivity for Nepal's DishHome Service
Dish Media Network Ltd. owns Nepal's fast growing DTH operator, Dishhome, whose distribution network covers all of Nepal. With substantial satellite capacity on AMOS-4...
 
UK Space Agency's Second Annual SatelLife Challenge is Now Open for Proposals
The SatelLife Challenge, now in its second year, is looking for innovative proposals from those aged 11 to 22 which have the potential to use data...
 
Modular Devices Sheds Light on their 3700 Series
MDI continues to drive product innovation and development that make power component integration for power systems engineers and systems...
 
Kratos Technology & Training Solutions Culls CCS-C Contract
These services are required to sustain and provide post-production development for the current CCS-C system for telemetry, tracking and...
 
Thuraya Adds Value to the Russian Maritime Market for Addvalue Technologies
... first Thuraya equipment of its kind to have received type approval from the Maritime and River Registers of Russia.
 
The National Space Society ... Pleased that President Agrees that U.S. will Return Humans to the Moon
worked to inform the new Administration on space policy options over the last year, and is pleased to see that two of the Society's recommendations ...