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June 25th, 2019
 
 
SpaceX's Success With One of the Most Challenging Launches of the Falcon Heavy for U.S. Air Force
SpaceX posted a modest announcement regarding a successful launch for an extraordinary mission and a 'first-of' for the U.S. Air Force.
 
WarnerMedia Selects AsiaSat for HD Channels Distribution in APAC
To allow a smooth migration to HD service for its rebroadcast affiliates, including payTV platforms and hotel networks across Asia Pacific, and for...
 
Final Preparations for Ethiopian Satellite Completed
About 95 percent of the satellite has been completed and system checking and launching will be conducted after September. The satellite will help...
 
Colorado Springs-Controlled GPS Satellites Vital to U.S. Economy, Daily Life
One sector would be an unlikely loser if GPS went down: farmers. The report found that farms could lose millions of dollars in an outage because ...
 
China's 307th Long March-3B Rocket Sends BeiDou Satellite to Orbit
Launched on a Long March-3B carrier rocket, the satellite was sent to the inclined geosynchronous earth orbit. It is the 46th satellite of the BDS...
 
Airbus Introduces New Ground Control Points for Increased Precision
GCPs are essential for accurate orthorectification of aerial, optical satellite and drone data, as well as precise localization of ground features, landmark...
 
C5ISR Modernization and Maintenance U.S. Navy Contract Won by BAE Systems
BAE Systems has been supporting Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division with mobile...
 
The Sierra Nevada Corporation-Built DSX Satellite for the U.S.A.F.'s AFRL is now On-Orbit
The DSX platform provides a free-flying Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Secondary Payload Adapter (ESPA) platform for AFRL to ...
 
General Atomics' OTB Satellite Placed into Orbit by SpaceX Falcon Heavy
The multiple hosted payloads launched on GA-EMS’ OTB spacecraft include: NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate’s Deep Space...