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Launch Success... the PacSci EMC Company-Owned Demo Satellite...
The company will conduct payload tests to prove the performance of several of its commercial space technologies once the satellite is...
 
Laser Comms for ATLAS Space Operation's Moon Mission to be Supplied by Astrobotic Technology
Through this partnership with ATLAS, Astrobotic will now able to offer up to one gigabit per second of data to its customers, an historic, thousand-fold increase of bandwidth for Astrobotic’s lunar mission.
 
SES Maritime+ and Telenor Maritime to Provision Silversea Cruise Ships with High-Speed Broadband
Telenor Maritime will be using SES Networks' fully-managed maritime solution to offer capacity of up to 150Mb/s to provide passengers...
 
OHB System AG's Third Win Worth 324 Million Euros for New Galileo Satellites
The contract is worth 324 million euros and this contract will increase the number of Galileo FOC satellites supplied by OHB to a total of 30, of which...
 
TT&C Antenna Systems From CPI ASC Signal Division Destined for GiSat-1
CPI ASC Signal Division will provide eleven 9.4 meter antenna systems to SkyVision for use with its satellite platform on the advanced satellite from Global IP...
 
Reusable Liquid Oxygen and Methane Prometheus Engine Development Agreement Between ESA and Airbus Safran Launchers
The objective of this demonstrator is to produce an engine for 1 million euros, versus the approximately 10 million euros it now costs to produce a Vulcain®2.
 
Alouette Radio Makes the Move to DVB S2 with 2wcom Equipment
2wcom had launched their 8-channel-MPEG encoder MM08E and Alouette received the first manufactured device at their station.
 
Orbital ATK Completes Design Review for Mission Extension Vehicle Satellite Docking Subsystem
Through its wholly owned subsidiary Space Logistics LLC, Orbital ATK will introduce on orbit satellite servicing with MEV-1 which is based on the...
 
Orbital ATK's Latest Milestone Completes Critical Components in NASA's Orion Launch Abort System
... consists of a solid propellant gas generator and eight equally-spaced valves capable of providing 7,000 lbs. of thrust in any direction.
 
The Pittsburgh Teleport, the Pittsburgh Videotec Center and 50 Uplink/Production Trucks Now Owned by PSSI Global Services
The teleport, which will now be called the PSSI International Teleport (PIT), features 50 Ku- and C-band antennas that facilitate transmissions to locations throughout the U.S. as well as Europe and Asia.
 
New M2M Service is Launched by Thuraya
The new service extends the capabilities of Thuraya’s successful IP+ terminal to support a wider range of M2M applications.
 
Lighter, Less Complex and Lower Cost... the Goals of Oxford Space Systems
Using conventional, as well as new proprietary materials OSS is developing a range of deployable antennas, booms and panel technologies.
 
U.S. Special Forces to Receive NexGen Comms Equipment from Harris
The contract includes the Next-Generation Manpack (NGMP) radios and the new RF-410 NGPA power amplifier, vehicular systems...
 
POP Goes First Phase of MVS USA's Global Network Upgrade ... New York's POP Is Next
offers general improvements in network performance, increased security features and the flexibility for users to design and offer new ...
 
Signalhorn Streams for South Stream Transport to Remote Connections in Russia and Turkey 
full hardware installation and maintenance connects the remote sites in Russia and Turkey to the control room located in Amsterdam.
 
GomSpace Sees the Solution for UnseenLabs and Delivers a Turnkey Monitoring System
develop and deliver a system based on nanosatellites to provide disruptive spectrum monitoring services from space.
 
ITC Global Gathers VSAT Contract for Offshore FPSO Vessels
The VSAT solution enables the fleet to manage essential business communications and applications.
 
Anomaly on AMC-9 Has SES Transferring Capacity to Decrease Service Disruptions
The incident was noted on the morning of Saturday, June 17, 2017.
 
This Satellite Will Self-Destruct and Will Avoid Additional Space Debris
According to the author, the Italian company D-Orbit will launch a mission on June 23 to test out a self-decommissioning satellite called D-Sat...
 
Expectations Exceeded for Intellian's Convertible SATCOM System
The enhanced efficiency of Intellian’s v65 system when used in conjunction with today’s HTS reflects an advancement in capability.