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$50 Million from Intelsat to BlackSky
This infusion of new capital will allow BlackSky to augment existing assets and alliances. According to the firm, this influx of capital will ensure the...
 
ATLAS and Aevum Partner for USAF's ASLON-45 LEO Mission
The partnership expands on the existing collaboration between the companies with the $4.9 million ASLON-45 mission, which will provide LEO...
 
Industry First ... $50M in Funding for EO to BlackSky from Intelsat
BlackSky is in the process of expanding its constellation of smallsats that the company declares "will deliver the highest revisit rate in the industry."
 
Safety First ... Aerojet Rocketdyne Engines' Successful Starliner Pad Abort Test 
Aerojet Rocketdyne launch abort engines ... can go from dormant to delivering a combined 181,000 pounds of thrust in just one-quarter of a second.
 
ST Engineering Travels to AfricaCom 2019 and also Receives Contract from Arabsat
ST Engineering iDirect will be exhibiting at the show at stands D35A and F9, featuring iDirect and Newtec product lines...
 
Veterans Day, Lest We Forget...
Veterans Day, lest we forget...
 
SpaceX Success as 60 Starlink Satellites Launch From Repurposed Falcon 9 Rocket
Falcon 9’s first stage previously supported the Iridium-7, SAOCOM-1A, and Nusantara Satu missions, and this Starlink mission's fairing was previously...
 
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 ...
 
Viasat and EL AL Israel Airlines Expand IFC Connectivity Partnership
In addition to the Boeing 777 fleet, Viasat equipment currently powers the connectivity experience across EL AL’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Boeing...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA Demos Advanced Electric Propulsion System Thruster at Full Power 
Aerojet Rocketdyne-developed AEPS thrusters are slated to be used on the Power and Propulsion Element of NASA’s Gateway, the agency’s orbiting...
 
Kepler's World's First High-Bandwidth Satellite for Scientists Adrift on an Arctic Ice Sheet 
hundreds of scientists and operations crew will remain locked into the Arctic ice sheet ... The team will spend the next 12 months drifting
 
The Right Touch ... Multi-Million Dollar Contract for CPI's TouchPower™ HPA Series
The company will supply state-of-the-art TouchPower™ HPA series for upgrades and expansions of this important customer’s teleports.
 
Kratos Microwave Electronics Division's $15 Million in C5 Related Orders 
Work under these recent orders will be performed in secure Kratos production facilities. Due to competitive, customer related and other...
 
Fractal Antenna Systems Awaits Pending Issuance of a Major Patent for SATCOM
Stacking antennas, especially arrays, on solar cells was previously impractical. Antenna elements and feed system can severely shadow solar ...
 
To Reach $18.9 Billion ... BCC Research's 'Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets' Analysis and Report
Agriculture represents the most active area in which remote sensing is being used for problem solving. Agricultural applications rely heavily on...
 
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...
 
Metis Salutes a Rich Resource ... Enlists Veterans and Garners Multiple Awards
are so grateful to the men and women who have served our country in the military and feel fortunate to benefit from the discipline, courage and skills 
 
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...