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December 23rd, 2018
 
 
Satnews Wishes Everyone ...
The offices will be closed from...
 
Russian Military Payload Lifted to Orbit via Proton-M Rocket
After entering orbit, the satellite will be tracked by ground-based equipment of the space units of the Russian aerospace forces...
 
GOMX-5 Satellite Mission Contract Signed Between ESA and GOMSpace
The mission will consist of two smallsats in the 20 kg. class with an improved platform for increased power handling and reliability. Further, the...
 
Navy Multi-Band Terminals $57 Million Contract Awarded to Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems
NMT is a multi-band capable satellite communications terminal that provides protected and wideband communications. NMT supports extremely ...
 
SSL-Built Satellite for Indonesian Operator PSN Arrives at Cape Canaveral for Launch
a high-performance, multi-mission satellite, it features a rideshare service and our next-generation solar electric propulsion system.
 
ESA Provides a Warm Welcome Home to Horizon's Astronauts on a Frigid Earth
The trio’s landing in the Kazakh steppe marked the successful conclusion of over six months in space during which Alexander
 
Cloud Constellation Receives Funding Commitment from HCH Group Company
...SpaceBelt provides secure, dynamic network and cloud data storage services between any locations on Earth...
 
Firefly Aerospace Enters Launch Agreement with Spaceflight
Firefly CEO, Dr. Tom Markusic, said that Spaceflight has a proven expertise in payload aggregation and mission management. The firm's recent SSO-A...
 
Pre-Christmas Gift ... Lockheed Martin's First U.S.A.F. GPS III Satellite is Launched by SpaceX's Falcon 9 
Vespucci will be vectored to augment the current GPS constellation comprised of 31 operational spacecraft.
 
Forrester Reports: IEEE Indicates SpaceX Starlink Constellation will Generate Hundreds of Fragments... Scottish Investor for SpaceX...
The IEEE, in its ‘Spectrum’ report, has calculated the risks of an injury or death at 45 percent over a six year period of time. The IEEE is using data...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Wraps Up a Most Historic Year
Aerojet Rocketdyne continued to make history during 2018. Here are some key successes...
 
Award from Harris Electronic Systems
DDC was one of only five distinguished recipients to be selected for this esteemed award, based upon having achieved and maintained a...
 
The Design for a New Smallsat Launch Vehicle has been Completed by the ISRO
On the launchpad, the SSLV will stand 34 meters (nearly 12 feet) tall, 10 meters (33 feet) shorter than the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)...