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August 27th, 2019
 
 
SpaceX's Prototype Starhopper Flies...
The reusable Starhopper was boosted via a single Raptor engine a little after 6:00 p.m. EDT at the firm's test site in South Texas at their launch...
 
Privatization of AsiaSat Approved — To Become Effective in Early September
Approximately  99.98  percent  of  the  shares  held by the shareholders of the Company other than Bowenvale (the “Scheme Shareholders”) that ...
 
EM Solutions Gains Thales Contract for Satellite Radio Systems
EM Solutions’ ability to make timely modifications to their Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) products to suit Thales’ specific customer requirements...
 
Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions to Support Astranis' Alaskan Broadband Mission
Cobham’s LeanREL Electronics offer world-class harsh environment performance at a fraction of the normal cost. A full suite of ICs, LeanREL...
 
Maxar Technologies Receives Four-Year NGA Contract for HiRez Imagery
The new contract will allow Maxar to continue providing more than a quarter million U.S. Government users with online and offline, on-demand access to...
 
Capital Increase Completed by SatADSL and Serge Van Herck to Lead the Firm's Board of Directors
The capital increase will provide SatADSL with the means required to accelerate the deployment of its global Points-of-Presence (PoP), reaching...
 
Stops Along the Way to Mars ... Airbus' Rosalind Franklin Leaves UK, Next Stop Testing in France
...preparation and lots of testing if you are to go a great distance such as Mars. ExoMars is an ESA program in cooperation with Russian Space Agency 
 
Hughes SATCOM Services Selected by Axesat For Colombian Enterprise Customers
The Ka-band service will be delivered using capacity on the Hughes 63 West satellite, which provides coverage across 96 percent of the population...
 
NSSL Phase 2 Competition Proceeds Despite Legal Backlash
...the U.S. Air Force has awarded only three of America’s four main “rocket companies” money to help pay for the development of their rockets that would perform