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India Picks Up Pace to Provide High-Speed Internet with ISRO's New Satellites
Despite overtaking the US last year to become the world's second largest Internet user base after China, India is still behind many Asian countries ...
 
AsiaSat and SSL Agree that AsiaSat-9 is Ready for Shipment to Baikonur + a Globecast Deal
AsiaSat 9 is a replacement satellite for AsiaSat 4 at 122 degrees East and is an SSL 1300E satellite equipped with...
 
Arianespace Prepping for their Next Dual Payload Dual Launches
Inside the Spaceport’s Launcher Integration Building, the Ariane 5 for Flight VA238 is taking shape for a June 28 liftoff with a dual-satellite payload...
 
Arianespace Launches the Boeing Built SES-15 Satellite Via a Soyuz Rocket
Designated Flight VS17 in Arianespace’s launcher family numbering system, this will be the second-ever mission to geostationary transfer orbit performed by Soyuz from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana.
 
Gaining Even More Rideshare Launch Frequencies... Spaceflight Purchases a Rocket Lab Electron
The Electron is an ideal launch vehicle for dedicated and rideshare missions, especially those serving difficult-to-come-by launch destinations...
 
The Indonesian PALAPA-N1 Satellite to be a China Great Wall Industry Corporation Mission
CGWIC will provide a package solution with the products and services to the client that include the satellite, launch service, ground system....
 
Arianespace Gives OK Ready to Launch Soyuz and SES 15 to Begin Important Mission
enable the US Federal Aviation Administration to augment the Global Positioning Systems improving accuracy for the aviation industry.
 
NASA to Launch the Lightest Satellite in the World
The satellite, called KalamSat, will be launched by a NASA sounding rocket on June 21 from Wallops Island.
 
Missouri High School Students Win Team America Rocketry Challenge
The students had to design and launch a rocket capable of meeting precise engineering standards and mission requirements while protecting a raw egg throughout the flight of the rocket.
 
SpaceX Sends Inmarsat-5 Soaring Into Space ... Good News for Global Xpress' Broadband Network
Originally the plan was to only be a trio of spacecraft, but Inmarsat opted...
 
Soyuz, SES and the Spaceport ... a Rocket, a Satellite and a Launch Site Set for Soyuz's Launch of SES-15
SES-15, its first hybrid satellite, will offer a mix of widebeam coverage and high throughput (HTS) capacity.
 
Inmarsat's Celebration ... Confirmed Launch of Its Fourth Global Xpress Satellite
...the world’s first globally available, broadband connectivity service and was created to enable communities across the world ...
 
BulgariSat-1, Built by SSL, Arrives Safely at Cape Canaveral for a SpaceX Launch
BulgariaSat-1 will provide high quality DTH television and telecommunications services in the Balkans and other European regions...
 
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is Strapped Down as It Passes Static Fire Test ... Next Come The Space Travelers
Originally the company had planned to have everything operational for carrying space travelers and cargo into orbit by 2013, but now ...
 
Adaptor Placement Accomplished by Arianespace for the SES-15 Satellite
SES-15 will be the 40th satellite launched by Arianespace for the European-based SES satellite operator...
 
Iran to Launch Two New Satellites, Likely Cover for Illicit ICBM Program
Trump admin moving closer to confronting the Iranian threat.
 
India's GSAT-9 Launches Successfully to Ensure Connectivity for Those Less Fortunate in South Asia
This is the fourth consecutive success achieved by GSLV carrying indigenously developed Cryogenic Upper Stage.
 
NASA's Shoot of 1,500 In Five ... RAISE Images of the Sun That Is
scientists will launch a sounding rocket 200 miles up into the atmosphere, where in just five minutes, it will take 1,500 images of the sun.
 
Vector Launches Prototype Vector-R Launch Vehicle that Features 3D Printed Parts
The 3D printed injector, which was produced in a single piece, was also integrated into the just-tested Vector-R launch vehicle along with the startup’s first stage 5K-lbf engine.
 
Arianespace Finally Sees a Launch as SGDC and KOREASAT-7 Are Off and Away
Was that worth the wait or what, is the question asked after a delay held up the launch for several hours...