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May 28th, 2019
Atlas Space Operations in Traverse City Tracking and Predicting Weather Through 20 Small Satellites
The satellites will collect 50,000 data points every day, measuring reflective energy to help predict hurricanes and other weather phenomena.
Paradigm Delivers in the Antarctic ... PIM-Enabled Satellite Terminals Provide Unlimited High Speed Broadband
Summer in the Antarctic, warm thoughts are pretty much the only thing warm, which makes it a challenge for scientific equipment to stand the weather extremes.
Comtech Telecommunications' Command & Control Technologies' $3.5 Million Satellite Service Order
The Command & Control Technologies group is a provider of mission-critical, highly-mobile, C4ISR solutions...
Innovative Solutions in Space Selected to Bring their HyTI Imager to Fruition
The mission will test several novel technologies including an interferometric imaging approach for acquiring the spectral data, and NASA/JPL’s Barrier ...
Link Microtek's Microwave Rotary Joint Embodied within ADS International's SOTM Antenna Platform
Typically mounted on vehicles for either commercial or military use, the new ADS system features a low-profile radome that houses a 4-port, wideband...
It Is a Good'ay for Adelaide as the City Prepares to Host the Australian Space Research Conference 
which attracted more than 4,500 delegates and formed the catalyst for Adelaide becoming the home of the new Australian Space Agency.
Launch Site Flagged for Australian Electronic Warfare Satellites
It aims to provide the first fully Australian developed, owned and operated space based Electronic Warfare capability.
ArianeGroup Completes Tests for Upper Stage Rocket Engines of the Future ... More for Less
the ETID demonstrator validated 14 new components, technological building blocks now available for developing a future upper stage rocket engine.
Lightning Strikes Russia's Glonass-M Satellite During Launch ... Reports All OK So Far
As the launch vehicle lifted off from the launch pad, it was struck by lightning. Despite this occurrence, all the rocket equipment worked normally...
MOUs Between Space Florida and Israel's Innovation Authority ... Space Collaboration
Israeli authorities called the collaboration with Florida the most effective they have, and want to extend it beyond space, to agriculture and cyber...
Russia Prepares for Another Launch ...Hopefully Lightning Won't Strike Twice
The Ka-band provides economically efficient high-speed broadband services to the corporate sector, regional administrations, small businesses and individuals.
Elbit Systems' $127 Million Contract to Provide Tactical Radio Systems to an Army in South Asia
The radios to be supplied will include several configurations for integration onboard a range of armored fighting vehicles and tanks at the battalion and company levels.