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Russia to Create Backup Manned Vehicle for Moon Flights without NASA Funding
NASA did not respond to Sputnik's question whether it really turned to Russia with a proposal to create a backup manned space system.
Newtec Provides Solomon Islands ISP with Hub System
The Newtec Dialog platform will deliver IP connectivity for the Solomon Islands government, with a single hop service from remote islands to the...
Kacific to the Comms Rescue in Tonga
The sole international service currently available is provided via a Ku-band satellite network that is operated by Kacific Broadband Satellite and...
Connectivity Being Brought to the Galápagos Islands by Speedcast
The Galápagos Islands have long faced connectivity issues due to their remote location approximately 1,000 km. offshore the Ecuadorian coast...
Russian Weather Satellite to Launch in June
The equipment installed on Arktika-M satellite will be similar to the geostationary meteorological satellites of the Elektro-L series. Arktika-M will...
Astranis, an Internet Startup, to Bring Service to 20 Percent of Underserved Alaskans
According to the company, its contract with Astranis will bring in “tens of millions of dollars” in revenue. Additionally, there’s a revenue-sharing 
Satcom Global's New Bundle Provides Benefits Including Double Data for the Iridium Certus Maritime Service
maritime service by launching a range of offers, including bundles which are inclusive of ‘double data’ airtime as well as a brand-new terminal
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...
Torvald Klaveness Will KeepUp@Sea with Marlink's Solution for Integrated Satcom and IT Management
verifying that backup is performed and that antivirus protection is up to date, all in one place, through a single click, for the whole fleet.
Avio's Additional Funding from European Investment Bank to Propel Vega C and Ariane 6 
signed the contract for the financing of additional 10 million euro with the European Investment Bank (EIB).
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...
MUOS Comms Upgrades Contract from U.S.M.C. to Harris Corporation
Harris has continued to invest in the development and deployment of MUOS and other advanced waveforms to add capability to the widely deployed ...
RigNet Keeps 'em Completely Connected with CompleteConnect Intelligent Remote LTE Services
CompleteConnect automatically switches between LTE providers and LTE and VSAT to give users the most extensive and reliable coverage.
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...
New Antenna Control System Debuts from Radeus Labs
The Model 2200 Antenna Control System is designed with a feature set to support full motion, LEO and MEO antenna applications. With velocity...
GPS III Constellation Modernization Follow-On Contract Received by Lockheed Martin
Under the GCS II contract, the continued upgrade of the GPS Architecture Evolution Plan Operational Control Segment (AEP OCS) will allow GPS’...
Global Satellite Operator Awards Comtech EF Data with Infrastructure Equipment Order
The order specified Comtech EF Data's CDM-760 Advanced High-Speed Trunking and Broadcast Modem, which offers the user data rates of over...
India Delays GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation System to June 2020
GAGAN is a satellite based augmentation system that allows aircraft to fly non-precision approaches without vertical guidance within Indian airspace.
GetSAT's MilliSAT Terminals to Support C4ISR for U.S. Government
GetSAT's portable MilliSAT L/M terminals will be deployed to support Satellite-On-The-Move (SOTM) for land-based vehicles and maritime...
China Reports Giant Laser Weapons that Could Cripple U.S. Satellites and Blind Their Fleet if a World War III 
Multiple Pentagon and intelligence reports warn about the potential of these weapons, and according to some sources, they are already here.