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The Ariane 6 Launch Vehicle's Maiden Flight will Carry OneWeb Satellites
The Ariane 6 will be available to OneWeb from the second half of 2020 to provide launch capacity that supports the full deployment and replenishment...
 
The Canadian Armed Forces Selects Viasat and MDA to Modernize Comms
Through the award, Viasat and MDA will support the Canadian Armed Forces’ efforts to modernize computer suite and data link radios. Viasat’s...
 
FMC Globalsat Employs Kymeta's Flat Panel VSAT Aboard "Bad Daddy"
Through the onboard FMC GlobalSat Customer Portal application, the vessel has real-time internet access to view maps and reports that include...
 
MOU Signed Between Firefly and Airbus for Space Launch Solutions Development
This MOU will formulate an integrated market offering that will provide Airbus customers rapid deployment of Airbus manufactured satellites and...
 
Northrop Grumman’s Technologies Protect the Warfighter on Both the Rocket and the Satellite
This exemplifies the breadth of our capabilities to protect the warfighter by contributing key technologies on both the rocket and the satellite.
 
Australian Space Agency Announces New Mission Control Center to be Built
The Australian Government has just announced $A12 million for the space industry in the South Australian capital, consisting of $6 million for the...
 
Scotland Can Win European Space Race, Says Member of Scottish Parliment
“Scotland builds more spacecraft than anywhere else outside California and that’s something to be proud of. 
 
Lockheed Martin has Finalized Their Full-Scale Cislunar Habitat Prototype
The full-scale prototype, or Habitat Ground Test Article (HGTA), is built inside of a repurposed shuttle-era cargo container, called a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)...
 
OneWeb's Latest Fundraising Musters $1.25 Billion
The new funds, following the successful first launch of OneWeb’s satellites, enable the company to accelerate the development of the first truly global...
 
Customized VSAT Solutions to be Provided by Marlink to Fairfield Geotechnologies for Their O&G Clients
Marlink and Fairfield Geotechnologies have worked closely together on a solution that will power new efficiencies through digital operations, with...
 
Ground-Based Manufacturing and Assembly Testing for Archinaut Program is a Success for Made In Space
During TVAC testing, MIS successfully demonstrated manufacturing and robotic assembly of a variety of structures. While inside the vacuum...
 
Cubic Corporation Acquires Nuvotronics
The cornerstone of Nuvotronics’ innovation platform is their patented PolyStrata® technology, which was developed under DARPA and enables...
 
Creating Robots for Space is the Foundation of a New Alliance Between GITAI and SKY Perfect JSAT
GITAI aims to replace astronauts with robots that can work for a long time while being remotely controlled from Earth while in LEO space stations such...
 
Astrobotic Commends the Additional Funding for NASA's Lunar Exploration Campaign
Astrobotic also supports the proposed Lunar Future program that makes important investments in public-private partnerships and innovative...
 
Marlink to Supply O.A.T. Small Ships with Global Connectivity Services
Marlink’s  dual-band antenna system switches between frequencies wherever they sail, in compliance with local authorities when close to shore.
 
USAF Awards Saber Astronautics with Contract for VR Space Ops Center
Space Cockpit is a world first virtual reality space operations center that enables operators across U.S. services and allied partners to visualize the...
 
Broadcast-WiFi Technology Partnership Developed Between Global Invacom and Edgewater Wireless Systems
Bx-WiFi was first unveiled and successfully live-tested by the BBC and Global Invacom in August 2017 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the...
 
National Space Society Names Geoffrey Notkin as Their New President
Notkin, a longtime spaceflight advocate, also serves on the Board of Directors of the Astrosociology Research Institute and the Advisory Board of Deep Space Industries...
 
Power from the Pad as Aerojet Rocketdyne Launches WGS-10 Military Communications Satellite
the launch began when a single RS-68A engine ignited to boost the Delta IV off the pad, providing more than 705,000 pounds of lift-off thrust.
 
IARPA Issues RFI for Smallsats Capability Statements
Smallsats, which for the purpose of this request for information (RFI) are defined as spacecraft with a mass less than 500 kilograms, have...