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April 14th, 2019
 
 
UPDATE: "The Falcons Have Landed" Tweets SpaceX After Launch of Arabsat-6A and the Return of Falcon's Three Boosters 
Last year's test of a Tesla sports car on SpaceX's heavy lift Falcon was bested today after a successful launch of Arabsat's communication satellite.
 
SpaceIL Now Planning the Creation and Launch of a Second Beresheet Spacecraft
SpaceIL Chairman Morris Kahn has now announced the establishment of Beresheet 2, after the first Israeli moon mission ended unsuccessfully...
 
Space Foundation Reports on Space Industry in Conjunction with the 35th Space Symposium
The report is designed to improve understanding of the reach, impact and health of the space community and demonstrates how the economic and...
 
Launch Date of April 17 Set for Orbital Micro Systems' IOD-1 GEMS Smallsat Launch
The IOD-1 GEMS satellite employs the first commercial microwave radiometer placed in orbit and the radiometer uses the first 3D-printed ...
 
Thales is Selected by Switzerland for an Image Intelligence System
Thales develops systems that governments need to maintain surveillance and identify and assess the ever-expanding array of threats they face. In...
 
Kubos Receives SBIR Award from U.S. Air Force
Kubos has developed a spacecraft software framework and development infrastructure using a tailored version of Kubos commercial products. This...
 
IEC Telecom's Orion Edge+ with Thuraya Tech is Launched for the Asian Maritime Sector
Orion Edge+ provides high quality, reliable broadband with the cost effective operational benefits. It also provides flexible data plans with no...
 
The Competitive DARPA Launch Challenge is... Launched
The commercial small-launch (10 to 1000 kg.) industry has embraced advances in manufacturing, micro-technologies, and autonomous...
 
PLD Space Reports Successful Drop Test for the First Stage of their MIURA 5 Rocket
This operation, an essential part of the campaign to develop future launchers (FLPP) of the European Space Agency (ESA), serves the...
 
Harris Milestone as the Firm Produces their 100th Unfurlable Mesh Reflector
The 12 meter reflector will be the first space-borne, P-band antenna designed to observe annual changes in biomass – the amount of living...
 
International Launch Services Offers New Launch Pricing and Opens a New Era for the Company
ILS provides launch services for satellite operators and offers a complete array of services and support, from contract arrangements, mission...
 
NASA's CLASP-2 Payload Mission a Success
CLASP-2, the acronym for Chromospheric Layer Spectropolarimeter-2, is a sounding rocket mission. Smaller, more affordable and faster to design and...