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Ongoing Launch Blockage — The Strike (A "Social Movement") Continues the Delay of an Arianespace Mission
The strike continues to hold up SGDC and KORESAT-7 departure...
 
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus to Space Station... Hydraulic Issues, Again
The extra time will allow teams to work on a hydraulic issue found on ground support equipment.
 
China Strives to Imitate SpaceX...  Recover and Reuse Launch Rockets
China is developing a system to recover parts of rockets used in space launches to bring down costs and make its space program ...
 
Terraformation to Create a Lake for Martian Inhabitation
Inhabitation of Mars is a goal shared by many national space agencies and aerospace firms. 
 
Pressure Mounts on Australian Government to Launch Space Agency
South Australia has a long history in the space industry, which started when the Woomera Test Range was established in 1947 about 450km north of Adelaide.
 
ScopeTel Joins the NorthTelecom Family
This agreement with ScopeTel further strengthens NorthTelecom's position in the APAC market.
 
DataPath Opening Up in Dubai
The Dubai office opening is part of an extended DataPath initiative to invest in infrastructure expansion.
 
Seeing Double with UHP Networks at CABSAT... New Products and New Ideas Presented at Singtel Seminar 
Seeing double—UHP Networks will be seen in two places at CABSAT, March 21-23...
 
Now There's 3D for Airborne Audio Management from Orbit Communications
Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot’s line-of-sight.
 
Seeing Double with UHP Networks at CABSAT... New Products and New Ideas Presented at Singtel Seminar 
Seeing double—UHP Networks will be seen in two places at CABSAT, March 21-23...
 
Eurovision Gains C-Band Capacity on the AsiaSat 5 Satellite
The C-band transponders will be used for occasional live sports and news transmissions in the APAC region.
 
SpeedCast's Unprecedented Connectivity to Cruise Ships ... New Larger Ships Drive Consumption
The highest consuming ships are using multiple terabytes of data per month
 
First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
DataPath Opening Up in Dubai
The Dubai office opening is part of an extended DataPath initiative to invest in infrastructure expansion.
 
DataPath Opening Up in Dubai
The Dubai office opening is part of an extended DataPath initiative to invest in infrastructure expansion.
 
Sarah Parker Named As Interim Group Manager Director by SSTL
Sarah Parker has been part of SSTL’s team since 1997...
 
ScopeTel Joins the NorthTelecom Family
This agreement with ScopeTel further strengthens NorthTelecom's position in the APAC market.
 
Rocket Lab Raises $75 Million in Funding... Ready to Revolutionize Satellite Launches
Rocket Lab has received to date to $148 million, with the company now valued in excess of $1 billion (USD). 
 
Isotropic's antenna technology attracts millions in VC
Isotropic’s technology breakthrough will allow manufacturing of satellite antennas that have no moving parts and can connect simultaneously to different satellites using different bandwidths.
 
Done deal... maybe — Intelsat and OneWeb to combine synergies... and technologies... as well as new SoftBank investment
The complementary strengths of Intelsat and OneWeb, combined with the investment by SoftBank, are intended to create a financially stronger company ...
 
University of Alberta's Ex-Alta 1 Smallsat to Dig Into Space Weather
Ex-Alta 1 is part of a newer generation of technologies that puts space exploration and research within reach of students and smaller startup companies.
 
Ongoing Launch Blockage — The Strike (A "Social Movement") Continues the Delay of an Arianespace Mission
The strike continues to hold up SGDC and KORESAT-7 departure...
 
China Strives to Imitate SpaceX...  Recover and Reuse Launch Rockets
China is developing a system to recover parts of rockets used in space launches to bring down costs and make its space program ...
 
First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
Now There's 3D for Airborne Audio Management from Orbit Communications
Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot’s line-of-sight.
 
First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
Japan's New Satellite to Keep an Eye on North Korea
The Radar 5 unit was carried into space on Japan’s mainstay H-IIA rocket from a launch site in the country’s southwest.
 
Seeing Double with UHP Networks at CABSAT... New Products and New Ideas Presented at Singtel Seminar 
Seeing double—UHP Networks will be seen in two places at CABSAT, March 21-23...
 
Now There's 3D for Airborne Audio Management from Orbit Communications
Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot’s line-of-sight.
 
Terraformation to Create a Lake for Martian Inhabitation
Inhabitation of Mars is a goal shared by many national space agencies and aerospace firms. 
 
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus to Space Station... Hydraulic Issues, Again
The extra time will allow teams to work on a hydraulic issue found on ground support equipment.
 
Pressure Mounts on Australian Government to Launch Space Agency
South Australia has a long history in the space industry, which started when the Woomera Test Range was established in 1947 about 450km north of Adelaide.
 
China Strives to Imitate SpaceX...  Recover and Reuse Launch Rockets
China is developing a system to recover parts of rockets used in space launches to bring down costs and make its space program ...
 
Eurovision Gains C-Band Capacity on the AsiaSat 5 Satellite
The C-band transponders will be used for occasional live sports and news transmissions in the APAC region.
 
Capacity Agreements x2 for SES
Both companies have renewed a long-term agreement for the use of transponder capacity...
 
Multimedia Exchange Platform for Arab States Broadcasting Union Secures Newtec Dialog® Technology
Work to upgrade the architecture has already started, with MENOSPLUS+ due to go live later in 2017.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
Rocket Lab Raises $75 Million in Funding... Ready to Revolutionize Satellite Launches
Rocket Lab has received to date to $148 million, with the company now valued in excess of $1 billion (USD). 
 
University of Alberta's Ex-Alta 1 Smallsat to Dig Into Space Weather
Ex-Alta 1 is part of a newer generation of technologies that puts space exploration and research within reach of students and smaller startup companies.
 
First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
Seeing Double with UHP Networks at CABSAT... New Products and New Ideas Presented at Singtel Seminar 
Seeing double—UHP Networks will be seen in two places at CABSAT, March 21-23...
 
University of Alberta's Ex-Alta 1 Smallsat to Dig Into Space Weather
Ex-Alta 1 is part of a newer generation of technologies that puts space exploration and research within reach of students and smaller startup companies.
 
Shovels Fly as Ground is Broken For OneWebSatellites Spacecraft Integration Facility
The company expects to produce a satellite every eight-hour shift.
 
Here Come the Supplies... ULA's Launch Date for Orbital ATK's Cygnus™ Resupply Mission for NASA and ISS
So you're flying in the International Space Station and you've been looking forward to getting some more of your favorite snacks. Good news... 
 
Now There's 3D for Airborne Audio Management from Orbit Communications
Applications include radio separation, crew positioning, directional safety alerts and real-time threat alerts aligned to the pilot’s line-of-sight.
 
Terraformation to Create a Lake for Martian Inhabitation
Inhabitation of Mars is a goal shared by many national space agencies and aerospace firms. 
 
Marlink Involved in Hybrid Digital Network for Iraqi O&G Company
The partners will seamlessly integrate Marlink’s Terralink VSAT service with MEO satellite services in addition to fiber Internet connectivity.