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January 29th, 2020
 
 
Raytheon Modernizes Data Collection for USAF's Missile Warning System
To help with this mission, Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services has developed a completely open framework — which the USAF calls the...
 
Canada's Kepler Communications Initiates Building of Smallsats In-House Creating New Jobs
Rather than contracting from third parties, the new facility will allow the company to vertically integrate the development, production and testing of...
 
Forrester Reports: C-Band Alliance Counters Last Week's Eutelsat Statement to the FCC
Now, with two independent valuations, the C-Band Alliance (of Intelsat, SES and Telesat) has told the FCC  that while the actual valuation cannot be...
 
Booz Allen Hamilton's $178 Million Contract to Modernize U.S. Naval Information Warfare Center's GPS
Booz Allen will provide a range of essential services, including system definition, requirements synchronization, capability improvement...
 
NOAA Satellites Helped Save a Record 421 Lives in 2019
In one harrowing case last year, the impact of the crash of a small aircraft near Skwentna, Alaska, activated the emergency beacon onboard. 
 
An NSR Focus: Fixed VSAT — When will Price Elasticity be Activated?
Fixed VSAT is one of the largest space industry market segments with a cumulative opportunity of $189 billion during 2018-2028 timeframe, as...
 
Calian SED Has a New Director He is in Charge of Satellite Ground Antenna Systems
for the company’s new line of high performance Calian Group Ltd.’s composite carbon fiber antennas, designed to meet the demanding operational requirements of Ka-/Q-/V-band ...
 
GMV Will Install Control System for Space Norway’s Two Arctic-Deployed Satellites
...whereas ASBM satellites will be using their unique orbit to provide coverage in the Arctic, from 65 degrees Northwards, providing broadband for civil and military users in the Arctic.