Recent Regulatory/Government News
Nothing Cryptic About US Air Force's Confidence in Harris' Information Assurance Products
... secure communications on the battlefield is a critical element in keeping our warfighters safe and ensuring mission success.
A Big Dream for Israeli High School Students' SmallSat is Successful
It is the only QB50 nano-satellite constructed by high school students. The others were developed by college students.
Encompass Digital Media is the New Neighbor in MEASAT's Neighborhood ... Adds Eight Channels
Video continues to be MEASAT’s core focus and they will continue to grow this segment in cooperation with partners...
Finally an Agreement in Guyana With Governments and Collective ... Arianespace to Proceed
"a defining day for the future of Guyana."
Advantech Wireless Certified for UK's Cyber Essentials Requirements
The Cyber Essentials Certification has become mandatory for suppliers of UK Government contracts...
It's a First for China ... Launches Cargo Spacecraft, Plans for Building Space Station
Without a cargo transportation system, the station would run out of power and basic necessities, causing it to return to Earth before the designated time.
Russia Launches Two Cosmonauts Who Successfully Commute to International Space Station
The Expedition 51 crew members will spend more than four months conducting approximately 250 science investigations such as ...
Aerojet Rocketdyne Puts US Closer to Independent Space Travel With Reusable Engine Test
“We look forward to ... continuing our proud heritage of enabling astronauts to fly to the International Space Station from US soil.”
Globecomm Covers the Globe With End-to-End Solutions at NAB2017
from end-to-end managed services, systems integration and cloud-related offerings for transporting video content and data over multiple networks ...
IRG Asks THE Question ... Interference, Is Technology Able to Solve It?
The good news is that sectors across the industry are working on technologies to counter interference, many of which are available for use now.
ABS-2's 12x27 MHZ of Payload Now Co-Branded as MongolSat-1
MongolSat-1 represents the country of Mongolia's first co-branded satellite payload in its history.
India's ISRO Planning a J-V to Build Launch Vehicles
The first launch is planned for 2020-21 under this proposed entity...
C-COM Takes Their Satellite Systems Outside at NAB2017
taking their products to a large outdoor exhibit at number OE826. (Maybe it's just a coincidence, but they are located towards the beer tent.)
Introductions Are In Order as EarthCARE Meets Its Payload at Airbus' Facility
... met for the first time when the Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) handed over the instrument to ESA...
Walton's De-Ice Can Eliminate Snow and Ice Buildup on Antennas in Las Vegas
... uniquely patented design prevents snow and ice from accumulating on an Earth station antenna and degrading or breaking satellite links.
Globalsat Group and Iridium Receive a Warm Welcome in Chile
... particular interest in countries like Chile, where emergencies caused by natural disasters often take telecommunications services to their limits.
ULA Launches OA-7 Cygnus' John Glenn ... From Sand to Sky
From sand to sky, many celebrate the successful launch of OA-7 John Glenn, Orbital ATK's rocket carries supplies to the ISS.
Awesome Aussies to Send Off Collaborative CubeSats
Large space stations eventually have to come down through the atmosphere, with something that big it’s important to know exactly where they will land.
Thales Alenia Space's Modules Can Do the Dirty Work
it will be loaded with waste (which can weigh as much as the original cargo), detached from the station, and sent back through the Earth’s atmosphere...
Eight Launches During Fiscal 2017 Planned by Japan
The Japanese government plans to further shorten the intervals between launches in response to growing business demand for satellites...