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October 10th, 2018
 
 
Bringing Home the Dirt as Thales Alenia Space Collaborates to Return to Mars for Samples
Life on Mars cannot be excluded as water has already flowed on its surface, and minerals that only form in the presence of water have been discovered. 
 
Boeing HorizonX Ventures Invests in Accion Systems to Propel Satellite Capabilities
Accion's new Tiled Ionic Liquid Electrospray (TILE) in-space propulsion system aims to increase the lifespan and maneuverability of satellites and...
 
ÅAC Clyde Delivers Kepler’s Second Satellite CASE in Record Time
This satellite was delivered in under three months, all of which is part of a pilot program.
 
Astra Space Setting Up a Small Launch Vehicle Event
Notices from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Alaska Aerospace Corporation indicate the launch is planned for Friday with...
 
January 2019 Comeback Flight for China's Largest Rocket Scheduled for January of 2019
Success of the upcoming launch will be crucial to progress on China's lunar, space station and interplanetary exploration plans, with the Long March 5...
 
In Support of Deep Space and Lunar Missions, SAS Expands Their Human Spaceflight Safety™ Services
Over the last 12 years, SAS has been amassing a database of system safety analysis and lessons learned from historical NASA human-certified...
 
Globecomm's Peter Schimitsch Named by SSPI as a Future Leader at Satellite Innovation 2018
SSPI’s annual list of “20 Under 35” features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
Viasat's Successful Connectivity Demo at the AUSA Conference
By offering a secure, integrated network of cloud-enabled solutions, Viasat can reduce warfighters' cognitive loads in order to make more accurate...
 
SSPI Announces the Inaugural “20 Under 35” List of Future Leaders to Watch During the Satellite innovation 2018 Event
SSPI’s annual list of "20 Under 35" features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
KSAT to Support ALE's Meteor Showers
The Japanese company will launch two unique smallsats aiming to provide artificial, on-demand, meteor showers. The first satellite is planned to be...
 
EnerSys®'s ABSL™ Lithium-ion Battery on Track to Track Measurements on NASA's Parker Solar Probe 
Parker Solar Probe zips past the sun at 125 miles per second with a carbon-composite heat shield that withstands up to 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit