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February 19th, 2020
 
 
Forrester Reports: Intelsat Urged to Reject Spectrum Auction Proposal + Replacing IS-29e
The Appaloosa letter says the FCC’s terms are “manifestly unfair to Intelsat” and that if the FCC does not come up with a better proposal, then Intelsat...
 
Scottish Spaceport Set for Blast-off After £2 Million Boost
Unst in Shetland, the most northerly inhabited island in the UK, has been selected as the ideal spot to construct a commercial satellite launch pad as...
 
Ball Aerospace's GEM of an Air Quality Sensor is on Board KARI's Satellite
GEMS will make hourly measurements of key constituents that make up air pollution, including ozone and nitrogen dioxide, which will improve early warnings for....
 
Aussies' Prime Minister Attends the Launch of Australian Space Agency Headquarters 
... at the International Astronautical Congress held in Adelaide in September 2017 that a national agency would be established, and now it has been. 
 
GVF's 'Satellite and the Cloud 2020' London Event
The Satellite & the Cloud conference, a new addition to the GVF-C21 events portfolio, encompasses four key themes...
 
ERT and Hughes to Expand and Upgrade National Weather Service
ERT and subcontractor Hughes will provide the NWS with the network services needed to gather and report local weather tracking and forecasting...
 
Space Adventures and SpaceX to Fly Citizens to Space
This mission will provide as many as four individuals with the opportunity to break the world altitude record for private citizen spaceflight and to see...
 
Panasonic Avionics and Nelco Ltd. Offer Connectivity to India's Vistara's Five-Star Aviation Experience
As a result of this agreement, Panasonic, and its subsidiary ITC Global, now offer connectivity to both aircraft and maritime vessels operating within India.
 
China Launches Four to Orbit
These satellites were launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 5:07 a.m. (Beijing Time) and they will be used mainly for a new...