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Arrow 3 Weapon System Successfully Tested by Israel's Missile Defense Organization and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency
to produce the missile interceptors that accompany the required radars, satellites, command and control systems."
 
UPDATE: Blue Origin's New Shepard Rocket Successfully Launches... and Returns
This will be the 10th New Shepard mission and is dedicated to bringing eight, NASA-sponsored, research and technology payloads into space...
 
Canadian Astronaut's 'Photo Shoot' of Earth from ISS ... David Saint-Jacques: Dare to Explore … Earth!
Not many can take advantage of shooting photos of Earth while housed in the ISS, but that's what Canadian astronaut, David Saint-Jacques, is doing.
 
Spectra Group Invited to the U.S. Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments Event with SlingShot
Spectra Group is an international specialist provider of secure voice, data and satellite communications systems, specifically optimized for use in...
 
New Office and New UK Sales Director for NanoAvionics
Space tech start-ups are critical elements of the commercial space focused economic strategy, spearheaded by the UK Space Agency. By leveraging...
 
Swedish National Defense Agency Issues a Warning Regarding a Chinese Ground Station
The Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), under the Swedish Ministry of Defence, on Sunday told broadcaster SVT that the nominally civilian...
 
Aireon’s Payload Joins ADS-B Payload Family On Orbit
This launch brought the total number of Aireon payloads in orbit to 75 (66 operational payloads and 9 spares), completing the historic launch program...
 
Capricorn Space Announces Contract to Purchase Initial S/X-Band Antennas for Australian Ground Network - West
With implementation planning and execution now well advanced, Capricorn Space is poised to offer targeted ground segment service plans to satellite...
 
Xenon and Service Modules for the Eutelsat KONNECT HTS Completed by Thales Alenia Space
The avionics module was built in Thales Alenia Space (TAS) facilities in Cannes and houses all the functions required to power, control and monitor...
 
A Key Role to be Played by GMV in the ESA and NASA's Mars Sample Return Mission
Running from 2020 to 2030, the international mission will comprise at least three launches from Earth and one more rocket liftoff from Mars, with the...
 
WTA Publishes Their Top Teleport Operators of 2018 Rankings
The 2018 Top Operator rankings are based on data from the last two complete fiscal years: fiscal 2017, in whatever month it ended, and the...
 
China's Soft Landing on the Far Side of the Moon Called a Complete Success
With the assistance of the relay satellite Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe took photos ...
 
Elon Musk Shows Off Starship
On Friday, January 11, Musk stated that SpaceX had completed the installation of a Starship reusable space-rocket system launch vehicle for a...
 
Special Aerospace Services to Host Fouth Biennial Human Spaceflight Exploration Forum
At the event itself, there will be no press, no social media, and no post meeting attribution. Attendees will have the liberty to discuss the pressing ...
 
NASA's Expedition 58 Crew Pack the Returning SpaceX Dragon Cargo Craft with Science Experiments and Hardware 
Ready to head home to Earth the Expedition 58 crew busily packed the SpaceX Dragon with science experiments and hardware.
 
Surrey Satellite Technology Introduces the Eutelsat Quantum Satellite — An Advanced Television Report
The Quantum platform consists of a precision-engineered composite central thrust tube standing at 2.5 meters tall, which houses a bi-propellant...
 
UPDATE: The On Orbit Hawkeye360 Pathfinder Smallsats Are Now in Checkout and Testing
The smallsats were launched last year into LEO on December 3, 2018, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California...
 
National Space Club and Foundation's 2019 Goddard Trophy Winner is Robert M. Lightfoot, Jr.
Lightfoot retired last April after serving as the Acting Administrator for 15 months, the longest tenure for an acting administrator in the agency's history.
 
Space History Written by China as Chang'e-4 Rover Lands on the Far Side of the Moon
successfully completing the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon close-up images of the unexplored region of the moon were then captured ...
 
China's Yutu 2 Goes Roving on the Far Side of the Moon
CLEW also revealed that the rover would be named Yutu 2 (Jade Rabbit 2), following on from the rover for the Chang'e-3 mission which landed on...