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July 2nd, 2019
 
 
Exolaunch Completes 28 Satellite Payload Integration ... Gettin' Ready for July Soyuz Launch 
In total, Exolaunch has contracted and integrated to launch 28 commercial and educational satellites from Germany, France, the USA, Israel, the...
 
NASA Successfully Tests a System They Hope They Will Never Need to Use ... Orion's Launch Abort System
launch abort system can outrun a speeding rocket and pull astronauts to safety during an emergency launch, an exercise that everyone hopes never happens.
 
GPS Up Close and Personal ... Joe Bauman: Bugs in the System and a Scorpion in a Jeep
Isn't it strange how some seemingly innocuous decision made by someone you never knew, years or decades ago, can suddenly sting you in the butt?
 
Four Pilot "Big Data" Services to be Opened by EUMETSAT
A common cloud infrastructure and data 'lake' will feed pilot online data access services, multi-casting services via a broadband terrestrial network...
 
Quantum Theory to be Advanced Through Joint R&D Programs of Ben-Gurion University, USAF and USN
Defense organizations are currently driving the quantum technology field, but many civilian applications will eventually be developed. This may...
 
Maxar and West Virginia Robotic Technology Center Combine Know-How for Dragonfly Robotic In-Space Assembly System
In-space assembly has the potential to revolutionize the way satellites and other space infrastructure are built and launched, while enabling highly...
 
Speedcast Government Awarded TacCom II Contract by DHS
TacCom II is designed to provide federal agencies with access to the latest tools and technologies. The contract vehicle features equipment (radios,...
 
You Model the Behavior of Your System While Testing GateHouse Telecom and Aalborg University's SATCOM Terminals
With model-based testing, you model the behavior of the unit or system under test and autogenerate test scripts using a test generation tool.
 
ThinKom's Phased-Array Antenna Completes the First Live Tests with Telesat's Phase 1 LEO Satellite
The test was performed using a production model of ThinKom’s Ka2517 aeronautical SATCOM antenna, designed for business aviation, commercial...
 
Ten Years in the Making... Cambridge Consultants Completes a Multi-Disciplnary Project with Iridium
Cambridge Consultants has been Iridium’s partner for the development of its core technology fueling the ground-based devices and infrastructure ...