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Users Enjoy Processing Larger Projects with Virtual Surveyor's New Software Enhancements
Virtual Surveyor 6.2 solves the problem of large files by offering enhanced Clipping and Mosaicking functionality. Users can now merge multiple ...
 
The First OneWeb Constellation's Satellites Have Shipped to Launch Site
The satellites were manufactured at the OneWeb Satellites facility on the Airbus Defence and Space Toulouse site and the first six have been...
 
Europe and North Africa See Spots while Globalstar Stars with their SPOT X Two-Way Satellite Tracker
over 6,200 rescue callouts including over 300 in EMENA for at-risk and lone workers, forest fire fighters to NGOs, as well as outdoor enthusiasts
 
Russia to Create Backup Manned Vehicle for Moon Flights without NASA Funding
NASA did not respond to Sputnik's question whether it really turned to Russia with a proposal to create a backup manned space system.
 
British In-Space Missions Plans for Carpool Satellite Launch this Year from New Zealand
The company provides access to space at an affordable entry price by launching multiple payloads on a single satellite.
 
Under 30 Satellite Companies Spire and ICEYE Team Up To Fight Crime On the High Seas
One reason for this is that ships will often turn off their AIS when they're about to engage in illegal activity.
 
Network Innovations Formally Launches Iridium CertusSM to Global Customers
This resulted in early customer adoption with one of the first commercial activations globally.
 
The Future ESA In-Situ Resource Use Moon Mission to be Examined by PTScientists
The ESA mission focuses on the use of the lunar regolith, the loose soil layer that is resident on the bedrock of a planet. Being able to extract water...
 
Russia Mulling Sovereign's Eye Satellite Network to Watch 'Any Process on Earth'
"We are now proposing a project called 'Sovereign's Eye', which would allow us to see the dynamics of any changes on Earth,"
 
Newtec Provides Solomon Islands ISP with Hub System
The Newtec Dialog platform will deliver IP connectivity for the Solomon Islands government, with a single hop service from remote islands to the...
 
ESA and GomSpace to Take a Nanosatellite to the Didymoon Asteroid
This will take the nanosatellite technology to a whole new level as deep space is even more harsh compared to orbiting in Low Earth Orbit.
 
Britain's Black Arrow, Their Only Rocket to Successfully Launch a Satellite, is on Display After 48 Years 
“This is quite feasibly the most important artefact linked to the UK's space history."
 
Roscosmos Plans Soyuz-2 Unmanned Test of Manned-Type Configuration Craft in September 2019
Also in 2019 we are to put in space a crewless manned configuration spacecraft with the Soyuz-2 rocket. It is a relatively fresh decision. It has not ...
 
Globecast Partners to Bring a Dozen Guigo TV Channels to Brazil ... Including a Freckle
they are providing quality content for its customers, and Brazilians will have worldwide channels they didn't have access to before, at affordable prices.
 
Russian Weather Satellite to Launch in June
The equipment installed on Arktika-M satellite will be similar to the geostationary meteorological satellites of the Elektro-L series. Arktika-M will...
 
Satcom Global's New Bundle Provides Benefits Including Double Data for the Iridium Certus Maritime Service
maritime service by launching a range of offers, including bundles which are inclusive of ‘double data’ airtime as well as a brand-new terminal
 
Forrester Reports: Arianespace to Conduct at Least Five Missions During 2019
Arianespace has three firm contracts for Soyuz launches, with the first scheduled for mid-February when 10 smallsats will be launched for...
 
Spectra Group Invited to the U.S. Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments Event with SlingShot
Spectra Group is an international specialist provider of secure voice, data and satellite communications systems, specifically optimized for use in...
 
UPDATE: Iran's Controversial Attempt to Launch a Satellite Ends Up a Moot Point as Satellite Fails to Reach Orbit
The U.S. and its allies allege the same satellite-launching technology could be used to develop long-range missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. 
 
Acquisition: ETL Systems Gains Atlantic Microwave
ETL Systems operates globally with manufacturing and R&D sites based in the UK. The UK facilities combined with offices in Washington DC and...