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January 30th, 2018
SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation and Challenergy Inc. Combine SATCOM and Wind Power 
The global wind power market (including offshore wind power) is expected to expand to 9.7 trillion yen by 2030.1 The Magnus Vertical Axis Wind Turbine ("Magnus VAWT") currently...
Recovery Attempts are Underway by NASA for the IMAGE Spacecraft
As of Monday, January 29, observations from all five sites were consistent with the radio frequency characteristics expected of IMAGE. Specifically,...
China's Sixth Launch in 2018 an Experimental Seismo-Electromagnetic Probe and More
The launch will be China's sixth following a busy January, with the country planning a possible 40 launches for 2018. 
SpaceX was All Set to Go But the Sensor Said 'No' and Scrubbed Tuesday's Launch of GovSat-1
This mission is SpaceX’s second of potentially more than 20 this year
Akash Systems Closes Their Seed Round Funding for SmallSat Development
With clarity on the limitations of existing satellite capacity and networks, Akash has set out to revolutionize the future of fast, affordable satellite...
Prime Ministers Modi and Netanyahu Encourage Collaboration Between Israel's Cortica and India's Best Group
The sheer breadth of data surveilled on a given day renders manual examination nearly impossible.
Greg Jones Joins Aerojet Rocketdyne as a Senior Vice President
Jones will report directly to CEO and President Eileen Drake and will serve as one of the officers of parent company Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc...
Comtech EF Data Equipment to Support Telesat SATCOM Solutions for Northern Canada
Telesat will use the equipment to support its multi-Gigabit enhanced connectivity solutions for remote communities in Canada’s Far North. The...
Just Launched is Near Real-Time Satellite Data Access from Airbus
The 24/7 Emergency Image Delivery Service, relying on advanced Near-Real Time capability, was developed to answer customers’ specific...
Marlink VSAT Customers Prove Bigger is Better with Expansion of Tokyo Office
In a 2017 double blind survey of Asian shipping companies Japanese ship owners were first for committing to the use of satcom to improve crew welfare
The New Managing Director @ Antwerp Space is Koen Puimège
This appointment is a logical next step to re-install a local management in Belgium in order to continue the success story of Antwerp Space over the...