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June 3rd, 2018
 
 
How a ROC™ FALL in Space Reveals Roccor's Solution to a Spacecraft's End of Life 
From a fresh sheet of paper, Roccor’s solution was qualified and ready for flight in six months (ahead of schedule). 
 
Alba Orbital Limited's First ... Five PocketQubes Are Ready for Cluster 2 Rideshare Mission
getting a satellite to orbit has traditionally cost six figures, taken years and prone to many delays. Alba’s Launch Cluster 2 alleviate these problems...
 
Transponder Tumult for APSTAR-6
A power loss is the root cause of the transponder troubles, which required customer traffic reliant upon those transponders to be suspended. The company moved...
 
DARPA's Blackjack Smallsat Program Proposals are Due in a Few Days
The companies selected must then develop "highly networked, resilient, and persistent DoD payloads that provide over-the-horizon sensing...
 
AsiaSat's New VP ... She Comes with Senior Management Expertise
will be responsible for driving new business and strategic initiatives for the company and brings more than 25 years of experience in the satellite, ... 
 
NSR Analyst Reports That Satellite Should Not Give Up On Streaming
Despite HTS and data markets attracting attention as a SATCOM growth revitalizer, video continues to generate more than 60 percent of total ...
 
China's Launch of Gaofen-6 Earth Observation Satellite Kept Quiet
Long March 2D launch vehicle launched from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in the Gobi Desert with only hints that an orbital launch was being readied.