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Fastest Electric Satellite Orbit Raising Ever Accomplished by the Airbus-Built  EUTELSAT-172B
EUTELSAT 172B was launched by Ariane 5 from Kourou, in French Guiana, on June 1. The Airbus spacecraft control center in Toulouse took...
Global MilSatCom Hosts HPA as They Collaborate on Hosted Payload Workshop
a broad range of officials continue to see the urgency in addressing the many evolving issues regarding hosted payloads.
Iran's Satellite Project to Monitor Agriculture with U.S. Financial Assistance
The project, with the allocation of 489,000 U.S. dollars, is aimed at assisting the country in the monitoring and analysis of agricultural production ...
CompuDyne Shifts Bands Partnering with SES for Better Broadband to East and West Malaysia
Making a shift from a C-band to Ku-band system, CompuDyne can now deliver more cost-effective and reliable satellite connectivity,
NOAA and NSPO Decide to Cancel COSMIC-2 Satellites
The satellites measure signals from GPS and other navigation satellites as they travel through the atmosphere, probing temperature and humidity...
Moon Cave Located by Japan's Lunar Orbiter — Possibly Suitable for Human Shelter Use
The cave could protect astronauts from radiation from the sun and cosmic rays when they build a base for exploration, the agency said. The cave...
Can Tiny Satellites Help the Coast Guard with Big Jobs?
two cube satellites will be launched into low Earth orbit from a SpaceX rocket to test if the satellites can detect emergency distress beacons in the Arctic.
RSCC Makes Top 10 of Russia's Telecommunications Companies
RSCC operates in all geographically accessible markets, with international contracts from customers in over 50 countries of the world.
ESA's Sentinel-5P joins Copernicus Satellite Family — Pollution Prosecutor Successfully Launched
Sentinel-5 Precursor will provide essential atmospheric chemistry data to the Copernicus program before the Sentinel-5 instrument becomes...
Thales Alenia Space Measures Up to Win Contract for ESA Measuring Biomass 
This latest contract reflects the “new space” strategy being applied by Thales Alenia Space.
Marlink's Quality of Service to Posh Ponant Luxury Vessels Ensures Continual Communication Connections
at remote destinations, and their frequency agnostic, multi-band approach their satellite network's services cover all maritime satellite frequency bands.
ViaSat's Plans for Bizjet In-Flight Connectivity [FLYING]
The service is an upgrade to ViaSat’s already capable system, which provides Ku- and Ka-band satellite coverage. The Boeing manufactured...
Cambodia Planning for the Nation's First Satellite
It will take the country much less time than it took other countries because of Cambodia's partnership with China Great Wall Industry Corporation, a...
It’s a Go for NROL as ULA Launches NROL-52 on Secret Mission, Again
There were challenges to see this launch through, with the weather challenges as well as the equipment issues that prevented the launch ...
Eutelsat Procures NOORSAT
The acquisition of NOORSAT fits with Eutelsat’s broader strategy of streamlining distribution within selected core video neighborhoods where...
The First of the GPS III Satellites from Lockheed Martin Are Accepted by U.S.A.F.
The U.S. Air Force's "AFL" declaration is the final acceptance of Lockheed Martin's first GPS III Space Vehicle (GPS III SV01) prior to its expected...
Smallsat Planned by Alva's Engineering College in India
According to the dean, the focus is on soil fertility and what crops could be grown in this region and the availability of groundwater. Usually, farmers try...
Winners at the GITEX Student Lab Competition Announced by Yahsat
The Student Lab competition is designed to give an opportunity to students from UAE, and across the world, to present their innovative ICT solutions to...
Saturday Scrubbed ULA's NROL-52's Launch Due to Weather
Launch is rescheduled for Sunday
JAXA and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Send MICHIBIKI No. 4 Soaring, Providing Some Beautiful Photos
Quasi-zenith Satellite System (QZSS) enables watching Japan from above