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December 12th, 2019
 
 
‘We Are Going to Get It Done’ - SpaceX Says It is Trying to Stop Its Starlink Satellites Ruining the Night Sky
The company’s Starlink mega constellation, which will add up to 42,000 satellites to orbit (only 2,000 active satellites in total orbit Earth today)
 
Rocket Lab Opens Their Launch Complex 2 in the U.S.
Located at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island, Virginia, Rocket Lab Launch Complex 2 represents a new national launch capability...
 
Saturn Satellite Networks to Launch Their NationSats via Northrop Grumman's OmegA Launch Vehicle
OmegA will launch from Kennedy Space Center’s Pad 39B and insert the SSN satellites into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. Northrop Grumman...
 
Rensselaer Polytechnics and Debilitated Satellites
A team of researchers at Rensselaer, led by Wen, are working with NASA on a solution: a robot that could capture a satellite in space and pull it in to...
 
ViaLite's Links Assist New Australian Teleport to Target LEO/MEO Market 
The goal of Capricorn Space's new Australian teleport is to target the growing low/medium Earth orbit satellite market, and to that end they are assisted by...
 
Commercial Satellite Ground Segment, 4th Edition, Published by NSR
Despite turbulence in the video market, Satellite TV continues to generate the largest volumes, pushing STBs (Set-top Box) and antennas to capture...
 
China Shows Off Its Newest Satellite's High-Resolution 3D Imagery
The satellite is sensitive enough to height that it should be able to spot a single person from 500 kilometers up.
 
Market and Tech Forecast to 2028 for Global Commercial and Military SATCOM
This report examines, analyzes, and predicts the evolution of satellite systems, technologies, markets, and outlays (expenditures) over the next 8...
 
ND SATCOM and WORK Microwave DVB-S2X Gateway Union
SKYWAN 5G DVB comprises a DVB-S2 outbound link and up to 16 configurable TDMA full-meshed carriers. The SKYWAN 5G DVB solution...
 
Optimization the Key to Smallsat Launch Providers in Latest Frost and Sullivan Report
To keep up with market requirements, Frost & Sullivan anticipates high-volume demand for component manufacturers, dedicated launch service...