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October 28th, 2018
Mynaric Signs Their First MoU with a Satellite Constellation Manufacturer ... Takes Laser to New Heights
The satellites will be part of a demonstration mission prior to rolling out the full constellation of an eventual several hundred satellites.
DataCo and SES Networks to Provide Broadband Security for APEC 2018  
To provide additional connectivity to the nation, SES Networks has created a new core network for DataCo, featuring state-of-the-art security technology to 
Red Sea 3D Ocean Survey Awarded to Furgo's Seabed Geosolutions
Seabed’s highly efficient 4C Manta® ocean bottom nodes will be used, in combination with its best-in-class ROV deployment system in deep waters...
Spacety a Chinese Startup Plans Launch of Four Satellites on October 29
A Chinese small satellite startup is set to launch a range of satellites on three rocket flights before the end of 2018, starting with four CubeSats on Monday.
Dr. Robert Mehrabian Becomes Teledyne Technologies Executive Chairman
As Executive Chairman, Mehrabian will remain actively involved with the company with a particular focus on strategy, technology, mergers and...
Integrasys Satmotion Pocket Integrates with Advantech Satellite Networks' ASAT™ VSAT Network System
The combination of the ASAT VSAT Platform with Satmotion Pocket enables simple, automated deployment of high-quality services across...
Chief Express Selects ORBCOMM's In-Cab and Trailer Monitoring Solutions for Fleet Management 
Chief Express is using ORBCOMM’s driver-friendly, in-cab solution to gain complete visibility, monitoring and management of their drivers and trucks...
Viasat Selects SpaceX to Launch ViaSat-3
Viasat selected the SpaceX Falcon Heavy for that rocket's ability to fly a near direct-injection mission, inserting a ViaSat-3 satellite extremely close to...
C-COM's New Global Telemedicine Vehicle Network White Paper is Now Available for Download
Geographical areas with limited to no healthcare accessibility regions are called ‘medical deserts',
Looking Forward to Looking Back ... SIA's Kudos to FCC Recognizing Importance of Satellites 
“Communications satellites are more important than sending man into space, they will launch ideas, and ideas will last longer than men and women.”
RUAG's No Name 'Bathtub' is Delivered ... Mars' Rover's Central Structure Needs Assembly and a Name 
The next Rover may not have a name yet, but its development is progressing
SSPI Announces Winners of 2018 Better Satellite World Awards, Honorable Mentions, and a Special Humanitarian 
The envelopes were opened and the winners announced for the Space & Satellite Professionals International fourth annual Better Satellite World Awards.
LandSpace's First Private Sector Rocket Launch a Bust, But Won't Slow China's Growth
The failure to send a satellite into orbit by LandSpace, seen by some as China's answer to SpaceX, won't dent the growing momentum of the nation's