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July 15th, 2019
 
 
ISRO's Technical Glitch "A Snag" Scrubs Chandrayaan 2 Launch
The mission was aimed at putting a rover on the moon’s South Pole, where no country has gone before. "The launch is called off due to a snag."
 
Made in Space Receives NASA Demo Contract for On-Orbit Manufacturing
This flight demonstration contract award follows a successful ground-based testing campaign of Archinaut's core additive manufacturing and robotic...
 
Make Your Nominations for SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards Dinner
Every year, during the Better Satellite World Awards Dinner, SSPI honors three organizations or individuals who have demonstrated the use of ...
 
African Space Industry to Grow More than 40 Percent, According to the New Space in Africa 2019 Report
projects that the African space industry is likely to grow over 40 percent in the next five years, to exceed $10 billion by 2024.
 
Expansion By Demand for Web Industries ... Manufacturing Multi-Layer Insulation and Composite Ply Cutting 
This $1.5-million project will add 20,000 square feet of manufacturing space to the facility, nearly doubling its size, and create new multi-layer insulation...
 
New ABI Research Analysis Report Delves into Satellite IoT
The company's new report unveils the long-term opportunity within the satellite space for the growth of IoT deployments, particularly in application ...
 
Headed to the Moon this Weekend as ISRO Prepares to Launch Chandrayaan-2 
Have you got plans for the weekend? How about heading to the moon?
ISRO will launch Chandrayaan-2 on board the GSLV MK-III vehicle from 
 
PlanetIQ Closes Series B Financing
The investment brings PlanetiQ’s total funding to $23.9 million. The additional funds will help the company aggressively accelerate the launch of...
 
Future Market Insights Reporting Smallsat Market to Glean Stellar CAGR
Attributed to surging government funding, increasing support from private entities, soaring satellite adoption for R&D purposes, and increasing...