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February 11th, 2020
 
 
Northrop Grumman Scrubs Antares' CRS-13 Launch Moments Before Launch
... officials say every single mission helps advance space exploration including  understanding of Mars.
 
Florida... Air Force: Space Coast Bases Will Change Names to Reflect Space Force
Names of these bases will be changed to reflect their connections to the military's newly minted Space Force branch...
 
Orbital Micro Systems Appoints COO ... He is Also Co-Founder
He will lead business development and productization of the company’s advanced weather data solutions...
 
Comtech EF Data's Satellite Modem Supplies SATCOM to Support Columbian Airports
Comtech EF Data’s CDM-425 Advanced Satellite Modem and LPOD C-Band Block Up Converter (“BUC”) will be deployed to support the backup...
 
Euroconsult and Innovitech's AIxSPACE Event to Help Overcome 'Human Limitations by Vastness of Space'
AIxSPACE will address five key areas of the space industry currently working symbiotically with AI and look to provide an in-depth analysis of the ...
 
ST Engineering Launches GEOEARTH ... Immediate One-Stop Access to Satellite Imagery Data 
"... useful insights specific to their use cases in a timely manner by providing instant access to a wide selection of such imagery and ... intuitive analytics tools at their fingertips anywhere, anytime." 
 
COLD CONNECT ... Silicon Valley Satellite Startup Installs Ground Station in Antarctica
The hardware for the antennae must be robust: They will face temperatures ranging down to -60°C (-76°F) and winds gusting at speeds of 200 mph.
 
Hurling Satellites Into Space Seems Crazy—but Might Just Work
But clearly, we can't keep using chemical rockets to put satellites in orbit. They're too expensive, and the fuel is heavy—which means you need even more fuel to carry the fuel.