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January 25th, 2018
 
 
National University of Singapore and DSO Launch a STAR Focusing on Formation Flying Smallsats
"it is crucial to develop a vibrant space innovation ecosystem comprising a critical mass of home-grown talents, a thriving space industry, as well as..."
 
U.S. Navy Successfully Completes Test Recovery Ops for NASA's Orion Crew Module
The Underway Recovery Test-6 (URT-6) is part of a U.S. government interagency effort to safely retrieve the Orion crew module, which is capable...
 
KRYTAR Debuts Multi-Function Hybrid Coupler 
KRYTAR’s hybrid couplers are designed to perform many functions, including splitting and combining signals in amplifiers, switching circuits...
 
SSTL Customers Have a New Range of Options via the Viasat Antenna System
The new antenna system forms part of the Viasat Real-Time Earth (RTE) network, a hybrid ground and space network, which has been designed to...
 
Tel Aviv University to Develop Low Cost Shoebox-Size MiniSatellites to Monitor Environment
the new space approach ... is based on cubes of 10 x 10 x 10 cm., which are used like Lego pieces to assemble tiny satellites.
 
The Broadcasting Beam: AVX Corp. / Ericsson / Interra Systems / Rohde & Schwarz
Product of interest for satBroadcasting, satOTT, satIP, sat5G, satStreaming and other content provisioning technologies...
 
Washington Space Business Roundtable's Annual Flagship Upcoming Luncheon ...
Since 2008, the Flagship Luncheon has been an annual tradition held during the SATELLITE conference and exhibition. Former speakers have ...
 
Globalsat Group Takes a Piece of the Peruvian Pie by Purchasing a Majority Stake in ST2
ST2 will now be able to offer its customers a wider portfolio of products and services and better serve them across the country.” Jack Yañez, Globalsat ....
 
Lockheed Martin's Chairman, President and CEO to Present at the 34th Space Symposium
Marillyn Hewson, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed Martin, will address the importance of space to the economy and...
 
Peraton's $71.8M Contract with DISA to Handle Satellite Capacity and Management for U.S. Army 
Peraton will provide satellite services, engineering and technical support for the fixed and mobile platforms that comprise the network architecture of the...
 
Mobile Satellite Users Association Names Board of Directors and the Stage is Set for the Mobility Innovation Awards
MSUA is a nonprofit association dedicated to promoting satellite mobility innovation and development of the satellite mobility market worldwide. The association fosters...