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January 2nd, 2020
 
 
Key Allied Space Partnerships Expanded by USSPACECOM
USSPACECOM maintains strong international alliances and partnerships to conduct operations in and through the space domain.
 
OneWeb Satellites Launch Deferred to January 30
A total of 34 satellites will be launched via the Soyuz-2.1b rocket with the Fregat-M booster...
 
Apple Considering iSats...
With the numerous reports now filtering to the internet, Apple's secret is "out"...
 
FCC Gives OK To SpaceX for More Satellites
FCC's International Bureau granted SpaceX’s request to modify its initial authorization and allowed SpaceX to: (1) reduce the number of satellites in the constellation from 4,425 to 4,409;
 
GAO's Analysis Regarding the DoD's Wideband SATCOM Processes
DoD's analysis concluded that integrating military and commercial systems into a hybrid architecture would be more cost effective and capable than...
 
Sierra Nevada Corporation and Air Force Research Lab a Step Closer to Rocket's Reality
The overall size of the engine is also drastically smaller in comparison with traditional combustion upper stage engines, making it up to 50 percent cheaper.
 
Brazil and China's EO Satellite and Smallsats Driven into Orbit
The China-Brazil Earth Resource Satellite 4A was launched via a Long March 4B rocket from the northern Chinese province of Shanxi, the official...
 
Russian Rokot Pushes Three Smallsats Plus a Military Satellite to Orbit
The Rokot light carrier rocket was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome (Arkhangelsk region) and delivered three Gonets-M communications...