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Pentagon: China, Russia Developing Satellite-Killing Lasers
Pentagon says both countries are likely developing an arsenal of anti-satellite weaponry including missiles, cyber attacks and 'directed energy weapons,
 
Chris Deeble Appointed as Chief Executive for Northrop Grumman Australia
Deeble replaces interim chief executive, Warren King, who will continue in his role as the chairman of Northrop Grumman Australia’s Advisory Board...
 
The Guidance and Navigation Systems for the HERACLES Moon Mission to be Designed by GMV
The HERACLES mission has to meet several concurrent technological challenges: to demonstrate human-controlled subsystems, such as...
 
EU Maritime Safety Agency Awards Managed Connectivity Services Contract to SES
These maritime surveillance activities supported by SES Networks are aimed at improving maritime security and safety operations, as well as response to...
 
Methera Global Introduces Their New Brand Identity
The new brand consists of a green and blue logo representing the Earth and sky, and technology as a change for good...
 
State-Of-The-Art SmallSat Production Facility Inaugurated by LeoStella
The company is a joint venture between Thales Alenia Space, joint venture between Thales (67 percent) and Leonardo (33 percent), and Seattle-based Spaceflight Industries...
 
Pentagon: China, Russia Developing Satellite-Killing Lasers
Pentagon says both countries are likely developing an arsenal of anti-satellite weaponry including missiles, cyber attacks and 'directed energy weapons,
 
And this Year's Space Foundation’s Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award Goes to ... The National Space Council
When the National Space Council was reestablished it created a wave of new public attention regarding the importance of space in the United States.
 
ManSat Group Presents Subject-Matter Experts During the Recent PTC'19 Event in Hawaii
At the conference, ManSat co-sponsored the Satellite Leaders Lunch with ManSat CEO Chris Stott co-moderating a six-strong panel of satellite industry...
 
Historic Israeli Lunar Launch Press Conference Scheduled by SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)
This is the world’s first privately funded lunar mission — Israel’s lunar journey will begin this month when the lunar lander “Beresheet” (“In the Beginning”)...
 
Spectra Group to Engage with Attendees at IDEX 2019
Spectra’s SlingShot is a small appliqué that provides in-service tactical VHF and UHF radios with a Beyond Line of Sight Communications-On-The Move (BLOS COTM) capability...
 
NanoRacks Continues Their Historic Program — Sixth SmallSat Deployment from Cygnus Completed
Cygnus maneuvered to a higher-than-Space Station altitude (445 kilometers) where the NanoRacks External Cygnus Deployment mission released two...
 
Curtiss-Wright is Preparing for Moon and Mars Missions
Curtiss-Wright is working with NASA and aerospace leaders to return Americans to the Moon and send astronauts to Mars in the early 2030s. With...
 
State-Of-The-Art SmallSat Production Facility Inaugurated by LeoStella
The company is a joint venture between Thales Alenia Space, joint venture between Thales (67 percent) and Leonardo (33 percent), and Seattle-based Spaceflight Industries...
 
Pentagon: China, Russia Developing Satellite-Killing Lasers
Pentagon says both countries are likely developing an arsenal of anti-satellite weaponry including missiles, cyber attacks and 'directed energy weapons,
 
Arianespace Closes With Open Cosmos and Seals the Deal for Launching Turnkey CubeSat's
delivers solutions for tackling global challenges and specializes in missions for small, low-cost satellites (up to 50 kg.), with short lead times less than a year.
 
Integration of Six OneWeb Spacecraft Completed by Arianespace for Upcoming Launch
The spacecraft — produced by the OneWeb Satellites joint venture of OneWeb and Airbus — will be orbited on Arianespace’s first Soyuz mission...
 
Mr. Steven's 'Home Run' as SpaceX's 'Catcher's Mitt' on a Ship to Capture Nose Cones, Arrives in Florida Via Panama Canal
The ship, with four massive arms that support a "catcher's mitt", sailed 5,500 miles, from California, through the Panama Canal, and north to Florida.