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Ground Station Duo Developed by EUMETSAT are now Above PAR
The stations form part of the ground segment of MTG, the most complex and innovative meteorological geostationary system ever built. Deployed on...
 
Russia Blames a Software Glitch for Failed Vostochny Cosmodrome Launch
On November 28, Russia lost contact with its Meteor-M weather satellite after its launch from the new Vostochny cosmodrome — only the second...
 
A Major Space Mystery is Solved by University of Colorado Students' Smallsat
The team showed, during a process called “cosmic ray albedo neutron decay” (CRAND), cosmic rays entering Earth’s atmosphere collide with...
 
OHB Reports the Target Orbit for Four Galileo Satellites has been Attained
The satellites will now enter a test phase lasting around six months. For the first 11 days, they will be managed by the control center of the French...
 
Airbus Sends the GRACE-FO Satellites Packing... to Vandenberg AFB for Launch
GRACE-FO is a joint project between NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) based in Pasadena, California, and the German Research Center...
 
Lockheed Martin's GPS III SV01 and Raytheon's OCX Complete Factory Mission Readiness Testing
During this end-to-end system demonstration, command signals were sent from the latest OCX LCS software installed at Lockheed Martin’s Launch...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's 3-D Printed Pogo in RS-25 Rocket Engine Hot Fire Test
During the 400 second test at NASA’s Stennis Space Center, Aerojet Rocketdyne was able to evaluate the performance of a 3-D printed vibration...
 
Blue Origin's New Shepard Flies Again... with Crew Capsule 2.0's First Flight...
Known as Mission 7 (M7), the mission featured the next-generation booster and the first flight of Crew Capsule 2.0. Crew Capsule 2.0 features large...
 
Marlink's Sealink VSAT Network Provides New MSC Cruises Seaside Luxury Ship with Connectivity
MSC Seaside is the 14th addition to the Swiss-based Company’s state-of-the-art fleet and the second new MSC Cruises ship to come into service this...
 
NOAA's Lockheed Martin-Built GOES-S Flies to Florida for Launch Prep
GOES-S is scheduled to launch on March 1, 2018, when it will join its sister satellite, GOES-16, in orbit. GOES-16 has already proved vital in...
 
Algeria's First Satellite is Launched by China
The satellite was the first cooperative project in aerospace industry between the two countries. Alcomsat-1 will be used by Algeria for...
 
SES Networks Provisions Africa's Munga MTB Race with SATCOM Support
SES Networks, together with local partners Connectivity Africa and Ruckus Wireless, provided connectivity at five sites on the cycle routes...
 
2017 Technology of the Year Award for SDR System Goes to Rohde & Schwarz
The objective of the SVFuA project was to develop a software defined radio (SDR) system for the German Federal Armed Forces for joint and...
 
An Airspace Closure Could Portend A Blue Origin New Shepard Test Flight
Blue Origin has filed similar NOTAMs in the past in advance of New Shepard test flights. Such notices were originally the only advance notice of...
 
ETL Systems to Bring a Griffin and a Hurricane to CABSAT
the compact Hurricane Matrix, which provides L-band routing for up to 64 input and output feeds.
 
Satcube's Lightweight Ku- Terminal Testing Success
The test was performed in cooperation with Intelsat and UHP Network using the UHP 200 modem. The terminal’s efficiency was demonstrated by...
 
On the Show Floor @ CABSAT 2018 — Integrasys' SATCOM Tools
Satmotion HTS has the same auto-commissioning features as Satmotion Pocket, making pointing to the correct satellite quick and simple. It also...
 
"Mastering Noise Figures Measurements" Webinar Upcoming from Keysight Technologies...
Characterizing the noise contributed by RF and microwave amplifiers and frequency converters is essential for optimizing overall system...
 
The Epsilon-3 Launch Moved Out to Mid-January by JAXA
The Epsilon-3 launch, originally scheduled for November 12, 2017, was postponed as its electrical system needed further confirmation. JAXA has...
 
Savage Devil Winds Captured by NASA's Satellite Destroying Portions of SoCal
That is exactly what Southern California experienced on Monday night, December 4.  Thousands of residents found themselves evacuating when...