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December 18th, 2018
 
 
Blue Origin Scrubs Tuesday's Launch of New Shepard with Experiments to be Conducted in Microgravity
is an essential program for researchers providing access to microgravity for technology development. 
 
We Are It Philippines' VIP Visitors Visit Boeing and SpaceX for Kacific1 Construction Milestone
This next-generation satellite owned by Kacific will be the first to stream high-speed, low-cost broadband access throughout the Asia Pacific region...
 
Lockheed Martin Space Receives $7Million AEHF Satellite Contract Adjustment from the DoD
The contract modification is for Space Vehicle 5 Liquid Apogee Engine (LAE) 4-corners testing request for equitable adjustment. Work for this effort... 
 
Series A Funding Completed by ATLAS Space Operations
This latest funding round provides ATLAS with an enhanced ability to accelerate its already rapid expansion of the FreedomGround Network...
 
Ovzon Signs On SSL to Manufacture The Company's First Satellite
The total investment for the satellite (Ovzon-3) including manufacturing, launch, financing and insurance is estimated to approximately SEK 1.5...
 
Syria Feels the Pressure ... Steps Up to Create a Satellite and Join Other Arab States
According to Khatib, the creation of the satellite will be one of the ministry's main goals.
 
Kratos Gets the Nod for C5ISR Development
Kratos’ C5ISR Modular Systems business specializes in the rapid development, demonstration and fielding of affordable products, hardware...
 
And Now... Another Launch Delay for Today, December 18, 2018
Unfavorable high-altitude wind conditions above the Spaceport launch site in French Guiana has resulted in a 24-hour delay for Arianespace’s Flight....
 
Sierra Nevada's Dream Chaser Spacecraft Passes NASA's Integration Review 4
Many critical parts of the orbital vehicle are already complete, built and being tested, including major structural components, thermal protection...
 
Brazil's National Institute for Space Research Awards Spaceflight with Launch Contract
The contract award is the culmination of a multi-year, highly competitive government procurement process among global launch providers...
 
One Year After the Contract the Prometheus is Testing its Liquid Oxygen-Methane Engine
aim is to be able to produce future liquid propellant engines at a unit cost which is 10 times less than the cost of building the Vulcain®2 type engine