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Drifting on an Arctic Ice Sheet for a Year Scientists Use Kepler's World's First High-Bandwidth Satellite
hundreds of scientists and operations crew will remain locked into the Arctic ice sheet ... The team will spend the next 12 months drifting
 
Viasat's Multi-Mission Terminal Begins Certification for the UK MoD's Skynet SATCOM X-Band System
Viasat’s MMT, being a tri-band, multi-network software-defined solution, delivers high-quality IP-based voice, video and data networking across ...
 
Inmarsat Heads to METSTRADE to Present Global Superyacht Connectivity Solutions
As the growth of digitization in the industry continues, Inmarsat is highlighting its capabilities to deliver reliable and flexible superyacht...
 
GVF and Major Satellite Operators' Updated Guidance and SOMAP Compliance for New Antenna Products
The SOMAP requirements and initiative have been undertaken to improve the Quality of Service (QoS) worldwide for the industry and to minimize interference...
 
SSTL Ships Target Satellite to Tokyo for Astroscale's ELSA-d Mission
The ELSA-d mission is designed to simulate capture of orbital debris and validate key technologies for end-of-life spacecraft retrieval and disposal ...
 
On the AfricaCom Show Floor: RSCC's SATCOM Solutions for Africa
At the RSCC booth, corporate satellite networks, digital inclusion projects, mobility applications, cellular backhaul and IP trunking services will be...
 
Forrester Reports: OneWeb's Delay of Launch of First 34 Satellites
OneWeb launched their first 6 debut satellites back in February, and this batch were originally expected to launch in December. It is still expected...
 
James Webb Telescope Being Prepped for Milestone Liftoff by Arianespace
The JWST will solve mysteries of the solar system, look for distant worlds, and probe the mysterious structures and origins of the universe. It is an ...
 
Rocket Lab is "Running Out Of Fingers" for their Upcoming Tenth, Launch of Smallsats
As part of a first stage block upgrade, Electron’s booster will include guidance and navigation hardware, including S-band telemetry and...
 
New Chairman of the Space Data Association (SDA) is Named
He brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the role. Pascal joined SES in 1990 as Flight Dynamics Engineer and is currently leading...
 
Paradigm and 4K Solutions to Deliver COTM Satellite Solutions to U.S. Army Direct Action Units
The discreet, low-profile MANTA met the unit’s specific requirements for a fully integrated system due to space restrictions on-board the vehicles. The...
 
SSTL Engages in a NovaSAR-1 Tasking and Data Acquisition Arrangement with the Philippines
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) has the ability to image the Earth through cloud cover and at night, and DOST-ASTI will use data from NovaSAR-1 in...
 
The ADPM Flight Model for Euclid Delivered by SENER Aeroespcacial
The company has been responsible for the design, production, integration, verification and validation of this mechanism, a mission-critical component ...
 
A Quieter Journey Through Space, Courtesy of RUAG Space
The payload fairing protects the satellite from aerodynamic and thermal loads during flight. After passing through dense atmospheric layers and as...
 
Cubesat Products from GomSpace to be Supplied to the United Arab Emirates University
GomSpace Group AB’s business operations are mainly conducted through the wholly-owned Danish subsidiary, GomSpace A/S, with operational...
 
Forrester Reports: The Sale of Inmarsat is in Jeopardy
A relatively small shareholder (2.85 per cent), Oaktree Capital Management, has called for the sale to be halted, arguing that the...
 
Hiber's Smallsat IoT Network is Now Live
Hiber launched its first two satellites from sites in Sriharikota, India and California, USA, in November and December, 2018. It will be launching its...
 
France, Israel, Japan, Russia, and the U.S. Vie to Supply High-Res Earth Observation Satellites to Vietnam
The Vietnamese government has reportedly allocated a budget of U.S.$1 billion over the next few years for the Earth observation programme.
 
Forrester Reports: Another Billion Being Sought by OneWeb
OneWeb wants to circle the planet with an initial batch of 650 satellites for broadband services...
 
Iridium Obtains a New Credit Agreement for Additional Financial Flexibility
The new credit agreement formally retires Iridium’s previous credit facility initiated in 2010 and guaranteed by BPI France (formerly COFACE), which...