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June 17th, 2019
MAXAR Considering Sales of MDA Unit?
The sale could garner more than $1 billion...
Tom Choi's Airspace Internet Exchange Launches Saturn Satellite Networks to Build GEO Satellite Platforms
Built entirely in the USA with heritage-based payload and bus components, Nationsat features a full-digital payload and 2.5 kW bus design that enables...
Complete Australian Vineyard Map ... Opens Doors to Global Regions
a world first as international interest grows in a software system that uses artificial intelligence and satellite imagery to map every vineyard in Australia.
They'll  Be the First ... Visat-3's Commercial Launch on Next-Gen Ariane 64
The A64 launcher is expected to maintain launch quality and reliability, but with added mission effectiveness, efficiency and flexibility. The A64 launch...
Harris Wins Second U.S. Army’s Order with a Ceiling of $12.7 Billion on HMS Manpack IDIQ Contract
network modernization strategy and Integrated Tactical Network is designed to enable ‘fighting tonight,’ while seeking ...to stay ahead of potential adversaries.
The Pacific Satellite Connectivity Project in Samoa is Launched with the Help of Kacific
The students now have the best access to knowledge from around the world and can now access more tutors for online tutorials, materials and...
MEASAT and Travelxp Join Forces for 4K Asian Distribution
The international travel channel will join MEASAT’s UHD video neighborhood at 91.5 degrees E, where it will be distributed to television platforms...
Japanese-Built Water-Propelled Smallsat to Launch from ISS Next Year
If the experimental satellite with a microthruster using water as a propellant operates successfully, it would promote the practical use of one- to 10-...
'Green Fuel' to be Used by NASA for the First Time
NASA will test the fuel and compatible propulsion system in space for the first time with the Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM), set to launch...
OneWeb Expands Operations Presence in London Offering New Jobs
This commitment also strengthens the partnership between OneWeb and the UK Space Agency (UKSA), which invested £18 million in OneWeb’s...
RBC Signals Honored ... Recipient of U.S. Air Force SBIR Phase I Award  
provides U.S.A.F. with processing space-based data at the point of reception globally, improving resiliency and speed to deliver info to the warfighter.
UK's New Space Age Includes Updates on Government's Funding, Other Companies Participation and Jobs 
Virgin Orbit's maiden U.S. launch is expected later this year, and their £2.5 million investment to operate its LauncherOne system and Cosmic Girl