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October 30th, 2018
 
 
Orange Business Services and Telespazio France to Provide Military and State Entities SATCOM to French Joint DIRISI
These services will facilitate communications when armed forces are involved in field missions, where end-to-end security is vital.
 
Follow the Leader ... Space Foundation's Changes to the Board of Directors
Space Foundation announced changes to its Board of Directors that resulted after a meeting conducted on October 25. So who and what are the changes?
 
Arianespace’s Next Launch Approaches of the Super Weather Forecaster, Metop-C
Metop spacecraft's instruments measure a wide range of variables such as temperature and humidity, wind speed and direction over oceans, ozone and
 
Airbus Defence Assists French Navy Surface Fleet Transmit Data with 'Secret' Status on Secure Intranet System
It is designed to transmit data with various classification levels, ranging from ‘unprotected’ to ‘secret’ and ‘NATO secret’
 
Fleet Space Technologies Joins Rocket Lab's Electron Manifest for November Launch
The two Proxima satellites are the first of a fleet of small, low-cost satellites that will provide internet connectivity for millions of sensor devices based in...
 
Forrester Reports: Intelsat in Q3... "Stable and Making Progress"
Intelsat’s revenue picture is complicated by this year’s shift to the USA’s new revenue recognition rules (which translated from a reported $536.9 million to...
 
RemoveDEBRIS' Test Successfully Cleans Up Space Junk 
The U.S. Space Surveillance Network tracks 40,000 objects. It is estimated that there are more than 7,600 tons of ‘space junk’ in and around Earth’s orbit
 
NASA's Kepler Space Telescope is Retired After it "Wildly Exceeded All Our Expectations"
After nine years in deep space collecting data that indicate our sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets – more planets even than stars –
 
ORBCOMM and Savi's Multi-Million Dollar DoD Order Tracks and Monitors 24,000 Military Assets
Logisticians are able to receive Savi Visibility’s real-time alerts for anomalies, such as tampering, delays or cargo entering or exiting a geozone outside of