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June 20th, 2019
 
 
Canada's Department of National Defence Receives 16 Terminals from GigaSat
The terminals are designed to be deployed globally to access worldwide global MILSATCOM (WGS) military communications as well as commercial...
 
Taking JUICE to Jupiter as ESA Signs Arianespace for the Launch
liftoff of approximately six tons, and placed in an Earth escape orbit toward Jupiter for a journey of 600 million kilometers after a 7.5-year cruise toward ...
 
A Digital Center of Excellence to be Created by Thales Alenia Space in Luxembourg
The company's intention is to accelerate its initiatives and cooperation with Luxembourg. This new center, Thales Alenia Space in Luxembourg, will...
 
Orbit Communication's Airborne SATCOM Solutions Ordered by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems
Orbit’s integrated solution of onboard Multi-Purpose Terminal (MPT 87) SATCOM terminals and AL-4018 high-speed ground pedestals will provide...
 
New Capabilities and Services for Esrange Space Center Being Developed by SSC
A testbed for reusable rockets is currently being established and SSC aims at launching smallsats in a couple of years. In addition, SSC is now...
 
Successful Demos of 5G Over Satellite by the SaT5G Project
The project vision is to develop a cost-effective plug-and-play SATCOM solution for 5G to enable mobile operators and network vendors to...
 
Avionica to Develop Lightweight Terminal for Inmarsat's SB-S Aircraft Operations and Platform and an Inmarsat Government Award
The new terminal will be available next year and has been designed for the retrofit market, providing an affordable option for airlines seeking to equip...
 
ESA's Education Office Now Recruiting Students to Train for Testing, Designing, and 'Driving' Spacecraft
without excessive mathematics or technical jargon from September 3 to 6, they will show students how ‘driving’ a spacecraft is different from designing it.
 
Space and Missile Systems Center Reveals Many Firsts in the 'Summer of Launch' Program
Space Test Program-2, scheduled on June 24, will be the first DOD mission to fly on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy and the first to use previously flown flight hardware. 
 
Boeing's Space and Launch Division HQ to Engage in a Moving Mission to Florida's Space Coast
In announcing the relocation of the headquarters to a region that includes Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Patrick Air Force Base...
 
Lockheed Martin to Design Janus Deep Space Spacecraft for Near-Earth Asteroids
Janus will fly by two binary asteroids, or asteroids orbiting a common center of mass, to image the system using both visible and infrared cameras.
 
2Gen Space System to be Developed by GomSpace for UnseenLabs
The collaboration will result in further enhancement of the capabilities to provide disruptive spectrum monitoring services from space, featuring...