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February 5th, 2020
 
 
New Rocket Planned for Sea Launch Floating Platform
With its less fueling, the Soyuz-7 will be able to deliver almost the same payload as the Soyuz-5 puts into low orbit, thanks to the floating...
 
Firefly Aerospace Will Launch SATLANTIS' Constellation of Satellites
... will use the Firefly Alpha launch vehicle to deploy a constellation of satellites with breakthrough high-resolution multispectral cameras with four bands of 80 cm native resolution.
 
Preliminary Design Review Successfully Passed by L3Harris for USAF Experimental Satellite Navigation Program
NTS-3 is an experimental program examining ways to improve the resiliency of the military’s positioning, navigation and timing capabilities...
 
SpaceX Selected by NASA to Launch PACE
The PACE mission represents the nation’s next great investment in understanding and protecting the home planet. The mission will provide...
 
SSTL Enters the Implementation Phase for the Lunar Pathfinder Mission
The Lunar Pathfinder spacecraft is designed to provide affordable communications services to lunar missions via S-band and UHF links to...
 
Accion Systems Raises $11 Million in Series B Funding
The new capital will be used to ramp up production of Accion’s next-generation propulsion product and to expand hiring...
 
SAMPLR Robotic Arm for NASA's Lunar Lander to be Manufactured by Maxar
The arm, which will be built in Pasadena, California, will be used to explore Earth’s Moon by acquiring samples and determining the geotechnical...
 
C-COM's Transportable Antenna System Successfully Completes Telesat Phase 1 LEO Satellite Testing
The iNetVu® FLY-74 has been tracking Telesat’s Phase 1 LEO satellite over a six-month period. Full-duplex throughput data rates of up to...
 
ESA and CGI to Work Together on Space-Based 5G Solutions
ESA and CGI will focus on applications for rural communities, logistics and transport, public services, healthcare, environment and energy, creative...
 
Gene Kranz to be Honored @ the 36th Space Symposium
Gene Kranz headed NASA’s Mission Control during some of the most dangerous and most-watched missions of the Apollo era, including the...