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'Significant Risk' Boeing-Made Satellite Could Explode in Orbit
Washington: A Boeing-made satellite is in danger of exploding and needs to be moved away from an orbital zone occupied by other big communications satellites.
 
Astroscale Benefits from a $4.5 Million Grant from Tokyo Metro Government for Orbital Debris Removal Services
The project, which was launched last year, aims to subsidize up to half of the expenses required for the commercialization and development of...
 
On-Orbit Tests for EDRS-C Completed — Airbus Now in Control
After being delivered into its initial orbit by an Ariane 5 launcher, EDRS-C made its way to its final geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometres above Earth...
 
Boeing Exits DARPA Experimental Spaceplane Program
Boeing confirmed there decision by stating that the company would redirect their investment from XSP to other Boeing programs that span the sea, air ...
 
No 'Manned' Launches from the Forthcoming Baiterek Complex at the Baikonur Cosmodrome
The minister explained that, "’unmanned’ means that cosmonauts will not go into space from this launch site — there will be no pilots...
 
Forrester Reports: A 100 Million Euros Investment by the EU Commission into Arianespace + Nigeria OKs OneWeb
The funding is good for 10 years and the cash is designed to help Europe maintain its strong place in supplying launch facilities to commercial...
 
Japan to Form Its Own Space Force
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said yesterday Japan will form a space defense unit to protect itself from potential threats as rivals develop missiles and other technology ...
 
RUAG Space Amps Up Eutelsat's KONNECT Satellite for a New Gen of All-Electric Satellites
The electric propulsion is necessary to bring the satellite exactly into its position and to maintain this position over the lifetime of several years.
 
PAE's Prime Position Wins Seat on $5.1 Billion Army Technology Contract
multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle to supply technology services and hardware support to develop a new tactical communication network for soldiers.
 
Gilat Satellite Approaching NIS 2 Billion Acquisition by Unnamed Multinational
The deal’s value reflects a 25% premium on Gilat’s market capitalization on market open Sunday
 
Iran Says Getting Ready for Satellite Launch 
Iranian officials did not acknowledge the mishap until satellite imagery showed the explosion, which officials blamed on a technical malfunction.
 
Egypt is Set to Launch a Program for the Manufacturing of Small Satellites in Universities
nine satellites launched into space from 1998 to 2019 by Egypt’s Nilesat and the Egyptian government, Egypt currently tops the chart for the highest number of satellites launched by an African nation.
 
Iran's Home-Made Satellite Zafar Ready for Launch
Zafar is a 90 kg remote-sensing satellite equipped with colour cameras and can be used for surveying oil reserves, mines, jungles and natural disasters ...
 
A Bridge to Somewhere ... Australian-UK Space Bridge Webinar
...influence an emerging mechanism that provides the framework for effective collaboration and co-development of the space industry between two nations; the UK and Australia.
 
"And We are Off" ... Arianespace Sends Telecommunication Satellites Soaring for Eutelsat and ISRO
"And we are off, Ariane 5 is blazing a trail across the equatorial skies," said the announcer... for Arianespace's first flight of the new year and new decade ...
 
March Lift-Off for UAE's Falcon Eye 2 Satellite
The UAE will be launching the second version of its military satellite early March, about seven months after a European rocket lost the first one in space.
 
‘Operating in Space: Current Multilateral Policy Issues and Challenges’,  by Her Excellence Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore
This should provide inspiration for discussions on the Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space under the UN Disarmament Committee in New York and the Conference of Disarmament in Geneva.
 
Pence Swears In First Chief of Space Operations at White House Event
"I was around when the President made that decision and I can tell you, he never hesitated. He knew right away there was no one more qualified or more prepared ..."
 
China Lofts Remote Sensing Satellite and Two Argentinian Smallsats
The satellite, belonging to the Jilin-1 satellite family (also named Red Flag-1 H9) was launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 10:53 a.m., Beijing...
 
Space Milestones: Here are the Missions to Look Forward to in 2020
It will also, if successful, be the furthest distance from Earth that a spacecraft which is capable of carrying humans has ever flown. The Orion spacecraft is comprised of the ...