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nbn's shift to SkyMuster II is underway in Australia
The company is working with retail providers and delivery partners to help improve the installation process.
China's Fengyun-4 delivers first round of imagery and data + Shijian-13 set to go in April
The published images were obtained by the multi-channel scanning imagery radiometer and the atmospheric sounding interferometer...
Intelsat, among others, eyeing a OneWeb grab, thanks to SoftBank involvement
SoftBank Group Corporation is purported to be in discussions with Intelsat to bring OneWeb into their company fold on condition that...
ST Electronics SAR satellite in development
To be named TeLEOS-2, the new satellite will build upon the successful completion and launch of TeLEOS-1...
Backhauling work for NovelSat in Asia
The initial deal includes approximately 30 NovelSat NS3000 Professional High-Data Rate Satellite Modems...
Mobile LTE Reaps Thailand's Second Satellite Business License
The license period of 15 years starts from the January 23, 2017 to January 22, 2032.
Globalstar Monitors and Safeguards Oil Workers In Tunisia (This SPOT is for Safety)
they  use SPOT handheld devices since 2013 as its only means of safeguarding staff carrying out operations in southern Tunisia’s vast desert.
Boeing Builds for SKY Perfect JSAT and Kacific Broadband Satellites (Going the Condo Route)
JCSAT-18 is a High Throughput Satellite (HTS) based on the Boeing 702 platform.
Thaicom May Pull Plug on Thaicom 9 Launch (Due to Government's Possible Demands)
the current license fee of 5.75 percent is already quite high when compared with neighboring countries at over 1 percent.
ISRO Aims to Launch Heavier Sats... Tests Cryogenic Engine 
termed the test as a phenomenal achievement in the shortest time.
China Will Improve Throughput with Launch Of New Communications Satellite (and Supporting CAST)
An increase in satellite throughput will provide better access to the Internet on planes and high-speed trains...
CNES and Roscosmos Cooperation for BepiColombo (is Instrumental)
 The mission was initially scheduled for launch in 2014.
India Can Develop a Space Station (the Sooner the Better Says ISRO)
"We have all the capabilities to set up a space station. The day the country takes the decision, we will 'ok' the project.
Hughes India Hoping to Help India with SATCOM Internet Services
No private player has previously been approved by the Indian government to establish a SATCOM policy for the nation.
Britain Begins... Preparing Legislation to Launch Their Own Satellites (Ultimate Do It Yourself)
"We have never launched a spaceflight before from this country."
An ESA and ISRO Concordance
Collaboration is definitely in the card for the agencies...
Russia and Uruguay Warn About Risks of Arms' Race in Space
Russia and Uruguay adopted a joint statement on Thursday warning about risks of an arms race in outer space...
US DoD to Help Ensure Sky and Space Global's Smallsats' Safety...
This agreement provides for space situational awareness services as well as real-time info to ensure...
Blanketing the South Indian Ocean is NSSLGlobal's New Ku-Band VSAT Coverage
The new beam significantly extends the reach of NSSLGlobal's VSAT network in an important international shipping route...
SES and Gilat Service Underserved Ships at Sea... More Accessible Connectivity 
offering affordable equipment, bandwidth, installation and network management pricing for operators of even the smallest of fishing boats and yachts.