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Harris Navigation Payload Delivered to Lockheed Martin for Inclusion on GPS III SV01
At the heart of Harris’ navigation payloads is a Mission Data Unit (MDU), featuring a unique 70-percent digital design that links atomic clocks...
 
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...
 
Serco Contracts with ESA for Delivery of a New EO Program
The Copernicus program is the world’s largest single EO program, continuously collecting satellite imagery from around the world updated on a...
 
Milestone reached by MT Aerospace in the Ariane 6 Launch Facilities Build
Composed of representatives from the European Space Agency (ESA), ArianeGroup, CNES, Apave and Socotec, the review board approved the...
 
Space Exploration Partnerships Signed by Thales Alenia Space with Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Orbital ATK
For Thales Alenia Space, the partnering with U.S. companies in this exciting adventure is also the culmination of a unique know how developed through...
 
New Elara Comunicaciones Teleport Employs an iDirect Satellite Hub for Real-Time Streaming
With the expanded iDirect network, Elara can raise the customer experience for mission-critical applications, delivering enhanced network...
 
5G Satellite Demo Testbed Initiative Driven by SES with ESA
The testbed infrastructure will comprise SES's fleet of GEO and MEO satellites, which will be integrated with terrestrial networks and state-of-the-art technologies...
 
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...
 
General Dynamics Mission Systems' Award of $198,082,976 to Continue Procurement of Digital Modular Radio
DMR is a modular, software reprogrammable radio system with embedded cryptography that provides all radio frequency (RF) to-baseboard and...
 
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...
 
Rocket Lab Aborts 'Still Testing' Launch that Reveals Issues with Chilldown Bleed
The slight LOx temperature increase was a result of a LOx chilldown bleed schedule that was not compatible with the warm conditions of the day.
 
XipLink Has Got Wireless Security Zipped Up with Optimized IPSec VPN Solution
IPSec throughput is enhanced by 400 percent or more over high-latency satellite and wireless links by combining encryption and optimization ... 
 
Israel's SpaceIL Google Lunar XPRIZE Moon Race Mission Requesting Assistance...
To win the $20 million grand prize, a privately funded team must be the first to successfully place a spacecraft on the moon’s surface, travel 500 meters...
 
AQYR Supports GVF SATCOM Certification Program for the U.S. Army at Camp Roberts in California
The first milestone for the 302d Signal Battalion GVF Pilot Program was achieved on October 20, 2017, with 40 uniformed and civilian staff...
 
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...
 
Travelxp 4K to Broadcast Content Via SES' Astra 19.2 East Satellite to HD+ Viewers
Travelxp 4K is also one of the first networks in the world to broadcast in High Dynamic Range, a feature that provides better contrast and greatly...
 
A New Future for Forestry Through MySustainableForest Project
One of the focal points of this plan is the Copernicus EO and monitoring program. The first Sentinel satellites of the constellation making up 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...
 
Orbital ATK Signs on with U.S.A.F. SMC to Develop ESPA Space Platform
ESPAStar uses a modified EELV Secondary Payload Adapter ring as its structure and is capable of being launched aboard any launch vehicle that ...