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NASA's Parker Solar Probe's Successful Milestones Have Begun With a Boom 
As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on August 16, Parker Solar Probe was 2.9 million miles from Earth, traveling at 39,000 miles per hour, and heading to a Venus flyby.
 
After Years of Delay, Russia's Research Module Nauka Will Launch to ISS in 2019
The module Nauka began in 1995 and was to be used at the ISS as a stand-by substitute for Zarya. The launch was repeatedly postponed until now
 
Busy Time as Arianespace Preps for Vega and Ariane 5 Missions
All are ready as the payload processing for Arianespace’s two upcoming missions from French Guiana involving the European Space Agency’s Aeolus
 
NASA's Parker Solar Probe's Successful Milestones Have Begun With a Boom 
As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on August 16, Parker Solar Probe was 2.9 million miles from Earth, traveling at 39,000 miles per hour, and heading to a Venus flyby.
 
"HumanityConnect!" Launches by Geeks Without Frontiers
The launch of HumanityConnect! was accompanied by a call for partners during the Global Grand Challenges Summit.
 
After Years of Delay, Russia's Research Module Nauka Will Launch to ISS in 2019
The module Nauka began in 1995 and was to be used at the ISS as a stand-by substitute for Zarya. The launch was repeatedly postponed until now
 
"HumanityConnect!" Launches by Geeks Without Frontiers
The launch of HumanityConnect! was accompanied by a call for partners during the Global Grand Challenges Summit.
 
Maxar’s SSL's Fifth Robotic Arm for NASA to Reach Mars in November
SSL’s long legacy as a trusted contractor to NASA provided five robotic arms for Mars landers and rovers. That’s every robotic arm on the Martian surface!
 
Comtech EF Data Working with SPAWAR on TDMA ATIP Production Terminals Long-Term Support
ATIP is a Layer-2 Ethernet bridging device installed on ship, shore and submarine platforms in the Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT). The ATIP...
 
Berg Insight Reports Installed Base of Fleet Management Systems in the Americas to Reach 22 Million by 2022
The top-25 vendors in the Americas together have a combined installed base of more than 7 million active units in the region today.
 
International Astronautical Congress 2018 Will Open Doors to Everyone on Public Day
Along with the many satellites space debris or junk has increased to about 750,000 objects larger than 1 cm!
 
AST's New Growth Isn't Measured in Feet ... But in Continents
Expansion can mean a larger office, or an entire building to better serve their clients. How about an expansion that includes offices on three continents?
 
Maxar’s SSL's Fifth Robotic Arm for NASA to Reach Mars in November
SSL’s long legacy as a trusted contractor to NASA provided five robotic arms for Mars landers and rovers. That’s every robotic arm on the Martian surface!
 
Students Preparing Their Own Satellite Telescope for Duty in Space
With telescopes, bigger is better: the larger their primary mirror, the more light they can capture and the better the images they can create. Currently...
 
Bye Aerospace StartoAirNet Protoype Has a Successful First Flight
The Solesa and StratoAirNet family of aircraft systems are intended to provide support for long-endurance commercial and government security..
 
RigNet's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Begins Immediately
As CFO, Ahlstrom will report directly to President and Chief Executive Officer, Steven Pickett.  He will be responsible for overseeing all financial...
 
Boeing Lands Millennium Space Systems and Expands Their Satellite and Space Portfolio
The acquisition, which is subject to customary conditions, is expected to close by the end of third quarter 2018, when Millennium Space Systems becomes...
 
UrtheCast to Farm More Data Through Acquisition of Geosys Technology
This landmark deal is expected to bring value to agribusinesses worldwide through the enhanced relationship between imagery data and geoanalytical solutions...
 
Comtech EF Data to Supply MNO in China with Replacement Modems
This latest order for $1.9 million, specified Comtech EF Data’s CDM-625A Advanced Satellite Modems, Up & Down Frequency Converters and the...
 
HawkEye 360 Does a 180 With Ample Funding for a Satellite Cluster and More
have secured additional capital commitments to fund their first commercial cluster that will augment their PathFinder Cluster scheduled for launch later... 
 
Maxar’s SSL to Define Next Generation Secure MILSATCOM for the U.S. Air Force
SSL will develop, test and analyze antenna subsystem prototypes through a contract with the Space Enterprise Consortium, managed by Advanced Technology International...
 
MIT and NASA's JPL Collaborate as a Tiny but Mighty ASTERIA Achieves a First for CubeSats
Measurement of an exoplanet transit demonstrates proof of concept that small spacecraft can perform high-precision photometry.
 
After Years of Delay, Russia's Research Module Nauka Will Launch to ISS in 2019
The module Nauka began in 1995 and was to be used at the ISS as a stand-by substitute for Zarya. The launch was repeatedly postponed until now
 
Busy Time as Arianespace Preps for Vega and Ariane 5 Missions
All are ready as the payload processing for Arianespace’s two upcoming missions from French Guiana involving the European Space Agency’s Aeolus
 
Maxar’s SSL's Fifth Robotic Arm for NASA to Reach Mars in November
SSL’s long legacy as a trusted contractor to NASA provided five robotic arms for Mars landers and rovers. That’s every robotic arm on the Martian surface!
 
MIT and NASA's JPL Collaborate as a Tiny but Mighty ASTERIA Achieves a First for CubeSats
Measurement of an exoplanet transit demonstrates proof of concept that small spacecraft can perform high-precision photometry.
 
Students Preparing Their Own Satellite Telescope for Duty in Space
With telescopes, bigger is better: the larger their primary mirror, the more light they can capture and the better the images they can create. Currently...
 
Comtech EF Data Working with SPAWAR on TDMA ATIP Production Terminals Long-Term Support
ATIP is a Layer-2 Ethernet bridging device installed on ship, shore and submarine platforms in the Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT). The ATIP...
 
Mercury Systems' $11.6 Million Order Booked for Digital Signal Processing Subsystems for UAV ISR
Mercury Systems provides secure sensor and mission processing subsystems powering a variety of critical defense and intelligence programs.
 
Next Phase of Development Underway by SSL for DARPA's RSGS Mission Robotic Payload
a recently completed preliminary design review showed that the robotic payload design coupled with a Space Systems Loral spacecraft bus
 
"HumanityConnect!" Launches by Geeks Without Frontiers
The launch of HumanityConnect! was accompanied by a call for partners during the Global Grand Challenges Summit.
 
Students Preparing Their Own Satellite Telescope for Duty in Space
With telescopes, bigger is better: the larger their primary mirror, the more light they can capture and the better the images they can create. Currently...
 
ISO Has Just Published Guidelines for Small Spacecraft
Bringing together international expertise, ISO/TS 20991, Space systems — Requirements for small spacecraft — details the requirements for various...
 
NASA's Parker Solar Probe's Successful Milestones Have Begun With a Boom 
As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on August 16, Parker Solar Probe was 2.9 million miles from Earth, traveling at 39,000 miles per hour, and heading to a Venus flyby.
 
MIT and NASA's JPL Collaborate as a Tiny but Mighty ASTERIA Achieves a First for CubeSats
Measurement of an exoplanet transit demonstrates proof of concept that small spacecraft can perform high-precision photometry.
 
After Years of Delay, Russia's Research Module Nauka Will Launch to ISS in 2019
The module Nauka began in 1995 and was to be used at the ISS as a stand-by substitute for Zarya. The launch was repeatedly postponed until now
 
AsiaSat to Deliver Live Coverage of the 2018 Asian Games Via AsiaSat-5
The 18th Asian Games, co-hosted by the cities of Jakarta and Palembang of Indonesia, includes  0 sports, to be contested by over 11,000 athletes...
 
Maxar's SSL Delivers Azerspace-2 / Intelsat 38 to Arianespace for Launch
Azerspace-2 will help Azercosmos meet the growing demand for Direct-to-Home (DTH) television, government and network services in Europe,...
 
Taqnia Space's Spot On Multi-Million Dollar Deal for Eutelsat's Spotbeam Capacity
Passengers checking emails and social networks, and streaming live content at 36,000 feet will become a reality at the end of this year
 
NASA's Parker Solar Probe's Successful Milestones Have Begun With a Boom 
As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on August 16, Parker Solar Probe was 2.9 million miles from Earth, traveling at 39,000 miles per hour, and heading to a Venus flyby.
 
MIT and NASA's JPL Collaborate as a Tiny but Mighty ASTERIA Achieves a First for CubeSats
Measurement of an exoplanet transit demonstrates proof of concept that small spacecraft can perform high-precision photometry.
 
Students Preparing Their Own Satellite Telescope for Duty in Space
With telescopes, bigger is better: the larger their primary mirror, the more light they can capture and the better the images they can create. Currently...
 
"HumanityConnect!" Launches by Geeks Without Frontiers
The launch of HumanityConnect! was accompanied by a call for partners during the Global Grand Challenges Summit.
 
ISO Has Just Published Guidelines for Small Spacecraft
Bringing together international expertise, ISO/TS 20991, Space systems — Requirements for small spacecraft — details the requirements for various...
 
Busy Time as Arianespace Preps for Vega and Ariane 5 Missions
All are ready as the payload processing for Arianespace’s two upcoming missions from French Guiana involving the European Space Agency’s Aeolus
 
MIT and NASA's JPL Collaborate as a Tiny but Mighty ASTERIA Achieves a First for CubeSats
Measurement of an exoplanet transit demonstrates proof of concept that small spacecraft can perform high-precision photometry.
 
Students Preparing Their Own Satellite Telescope for Duty in Space
With telescopes, bigger is better: the larger their primary mirror, the more light they can capture and the better the images they can create. Currently...
 
ISO Has Just Published Guidelines for Small Spacecraft
Bringing together international expertise, ISO/TS 20991, Space systems — Requirements for small spacecraft — details the requirements for various...
 
NASA's Parker Solar Probe's Successful Milestones Have Begun With a Boom 
As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on August 16, Parker Solar Probe was 2.9 million miles from Earth, traveling at 39,000 miles per hour, and heading to a Venus flyby.
 
Maxar’s SSL's Fifth Robotic Arm for NASA to Reach Mars in November
SSL’s long legacy as a trusted contractor to NASA provided five robotic arms for Mars landers and rovers. That’s every robotic arm on the Martian surface!
 
Comtech EF Data Working with SPAWAR on TDMA ATIP Production Terminals Long-Term Support
ATIP is a Layer-2 Ethernet bridging device installed on ship, shore and submarine platforms in the Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT). The ATIP...