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Veterans Day, Lest We Forget...
Veterans Day, lest we forget...
 
SpaceX Success... the 60 Satellite Starlink Mission Launches from Cape Canaveral Aboard Repurposed Falcon 9 Rocket
Falcon 9’s first stage previously supported the Iridium-7, SAOCOM-1A, and Nusantara Satu missions, and this Starlink mission's fairing was previously...
 
India and Japan Plan to Explore the Moon's Dark Side
The Japanese agency said the mission would last about six months and target a constantly sunlit region near the moon's South Pole.
 
Inmarsat Heads to METSTRADE to Present Global Superyacht Connectivity Solutions
As the growth of digitization in the industry continues, Inmarsat is highlighting its capabilities to deliver reliable and flexible superyacht...
 
Viasat and EL AL Israel Airlines Expand IFC Connectivity Partnership
In addition to the Boeing 777 fleet, Viasat equipment currently powers the connectivity experience across EL AL’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Boeing...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA Demos Advanced Electric Propulsion System Thruster at Full Power 
Aerojet Rocketdyne-developed AEPS thrusters are slated to be used on the Power and Propulsion Element of NASA’s Gateway, the agency’s orbiting...
 
On the AfricaCom Show Floor: RSCC's SATCOM Solutions for Africa
At the RSCC booth, corporate satellite networks, digital inclusion projects, mobility applications, cellular backhaul and IP trunking services will be...
 
James Webb Telescope Being Prepped for Milestone Liftoff by Arianespace
The JWST will solve mysteries of the solar system, look for distant worlds, and probe the mysterious structures and origins of the universe. It is an ...
 
International Space Law Competition Conducted by Spaceport America's General Counsel
Law schools across the world competed and after months of regional competitions, the four champions of Africa, Europe, North America and Asia...
 
Forrester Reports: The Sale of Inmarsat is in Jeopardy
A relatively small shareholder (2.85 per cent), Oaktree Capital Management, has called for the sale to be halted, arguing that the...
 
UPDATED: U.S. Air Force Space Pitch Day in San Francisco is Quite the Success
This two-day event will feature keynotes, expert panels, innovative startup pitches, an expo floor of more than 60 booths and the potential for the...
 
Hiber's Smallsat IoT Network is Now Live
Hiber launched its first two satellites from sites in Sriharikota, India and California, USA, in November and December, 2018. It will be launching its...
 
The First Iodine-Propellant Smallsat is Launched
The 6U smallsat, built by Spacety, includes an iodine propulsion system developed and built by ThrustMe...
 
BIRDS, Geeks and the UK Receive SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards
this year's SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards are a young and lively group with interesting names as well ... BIRDS, Geeks, and the UK.
 
The 2019 David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award Won by the USAF's SMC
The Packard Award recognizes Department of Defense (DoD) organizations for innovation and best acquisition practices. SMC’s Launch...
 
The Next Giant Space Leaps — Experts Share Industry Advancements at IAC 2019
The 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2019, Washington, DC) landed on U.S. soil for the first time in 17 years...
 
Egypt's TIBA-1 Satellite Getting Closer to Launch
TIBA-1 aims promotes development by providing telecommunications infrastructure and broadband Internet to remote and isolated areas, support...
 
Two New Soyuz MS Rockets to be Built by Russia
Russia will build one spacecraft for a flight by space tourists in 2021 while the other Soyuz will be needed to deliver expeditions to the...
 
New All-Electric Satellite from Thales Alenia Space Ordered by Eutelsat 
to be launched in 2022, the satellite will be located at 10 degrees  East, an orbital position that offers visibility spanning from the Americas to Asia...
 
When There's a 911 Communications is Key and Kymeta's Emergency Response is Essential
This two day long exercise was supported by partners from across the United States and Canada, as well as volunteers from the City of Redmond and ...