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March 7th, 2019
 
 
A Morgan Stanley Research Focus: Intelsat S.A. — C-Band Concerns Resurface, Risk/Reward Balanced
There has been a particular focus on mmWave and mid-band spectrum to enable network deployments. Despite this backdrop, the company has seen...
 
Four Organizations Awarded Grants for Commercial Spaceport Range Control Services by the UK Space Agency
Range control services are vital to this and include activities such as tracking rockets and spaceplanes in flight, as well as notifying users of airspace when...
 
The Fifth MUOS Satellite is Ordered by the U.S. Navy from Lockheed Martin Space Systems
MUOS is a narrowband military satellite communication system that supports a worldwide, multi-service population of users, providing modern netcentric...
 
UPDATE #6: SpaceIL's and IAI's Beresheet Spacecraft Makes Another Maneuver
The maneuver was complicated, due to the need to deal with the constraints of the star trackers, but was carried out according to plan.
 
Speedcast Helps Aid Global Disaster Efforts ... Funds Télécoms Sans Frontièr
"It is our privilege to support those organizations that provide resources and supplies at the most crucial times."
 
Cobham's Helicopter SATCOM Solution Launched in Conjunction with Inmarsat
Few solutions exist in the market to transmit data such as video imagery to a satellite network in the same way as is possible from fixed wing aircraft. This...
 
Critical Design Review Successfully Completed by the Air Force Research Laboratory for the X-60A Hypersonic Rocket
A key part of the X-60A program is that the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration-licensed Cecil Spaceport provides a diversification in...
 
ESA Approves the Smile Mission with China
The announcement clears the way for full development of this new mission to explore the Sun-Earth connection, which will be conducted in collaboration...
 
Exos Aerospace Systems & Technologies' Successful First SARGE Reuse Test Launch at Spaceport America
Any flight where Exos and its payload customers can walk away with another set of data and an intact vehicle/payload makes for a “good day"
 
Forrester Reports: Share Collapse for SES and Intelsat and No 5G "Nationalization"
Both satellite operators have been hurt badly by uncertainties that the proposed reallocation of C-band frequencies over the U.S. might not go their...