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NanoRacks Delivers Smallsats, Research and Medical Science to the ISS
Since Dragon arrived on Saturday, December 8, the NanoRacks Operations Team has been working around the clock to run customer payloads with the astronaut...
 
Kratos Celebrates Their First Year of Constellations Podcasts, and Asks "How Are We Doing?"
Including Constellation special event podcasts, more than 40 episodes were produced in the past year. Constellations brings together key space ...
 
Satellite Internet Access Expanded for Ecuador via Hughes 63 West
Operating over the Hughes 63 West High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) payload, its broadband coverage reaches more than 90 percent of the...
 
Speedcast International to Deliver VSAT Services to Top Operator's Various Production Platforms
Their customer required a communications solution that could be delivered across production platforms, drilling rigs and FPSOs in multiple countries...
 
China's Chang'e-4 Mission Successfully Launched from Xichang Satellite Launch Center
A Long March-3B rocket, carrying the probe including a lander and a rover, blasted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's...
 
Scrubbed Just 7.5 Seconds Before Liftoff ... ULA's Delta IV Launch was Ready or Not for NROL-71 Mission
NROL-71 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office was scrubbed today 7.5 seconds before liftoff due to an unexpected condition during terminal ...
 
ABI Research Publishes New Market Data Report on the Dual-Band, Precision GNSS Market
Dual-band GNSS can mitigate the so-called multi-path interference effects which are especially present in areas with a high density of buildings, such as...
 
Intelsat's Regional VP, North America ... He'll Be Driving Their Strategy in North America
responsible for the development and implementation of sales and go-to-market strategies for the company’s network, mobility and media customers 
 
China Launches SaudiSat-5a and -5B to Orbit
The SaudiSat-5A and SaudiSat-5B remote sensing satellites have been developed and manufactured at the King Abdulla City for Science and Technology...
 
SpaceX Launches Again, Transporting Supplies and Experiments Including Crystals and Dental Glue to the ISS
represents a diverse combination of science and technology research that includes crystals, barley, and dental glue, among other things.
 
ATLAS Space Operations Makes Contact with FalconSat-6 Smallsat
The FalconSat-6 will serve the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Department of Astronautics, as a key component of the Academy’s capstone course for...
 
NSSLGlobal Acquires Station 711 from MX1
NSSLGlobal will — as part of the acquisition — take over all activities of Station 711, including smart@sea, crewtalk and Station 711's Customer...
 
Wednesday Arianespace's New Updates Regarding Launch of Their Workhorse Carrying Two Satellites
ArianeGroup coordinates an industrial network of more than 600 companies in 13 European countries, and more than 350 Small and Medium Enterprises. 
 
SSPI's Better Satellite World Recognizes the Crisis Connectivity Charter with Industry Award
When activated by the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC), the Charter will foster more efficient coordination between the satellite ...
 
Klokan's MapTiler API Wins the Airbus Multi-Data Challenge
MapTiler provides ads-free personalized maps and can run both online a...
 
U.S.A.F. Academy Cadets' FalconSAT-6 Smallsat Leverages Zero-G's Weightless Lab for Testing
ZERO-G Weightless Lab provides a unique opportunity allowing researchers to conduct hands-on testing at a level matching NASA’s...
 
National Reconnaissance Office Readies for Friday's Launch of ULA's Delta IV Heavy Rocket
Delta IV Heavy is the nation’s proven heavy lifter, delivering high-priority missions for the National Reconnaissance Office, U.S. Air Force and NASA.
 
IEC Telecom Expands with New Office in Denmark
The new company, located close to Kastrup airport, will primarily focus on the maritime market; however, the company will also provide satellite...
 
The SSPI's 2018 Better Satellite Award Bestowed Upon Kacific
Once launched in 2019, Kacific’s first satellite, Kacific-1, will help connect more hospitals, clinics, schools, libraries, post offices, police stations and...
 
ISRO Finally Launched Country's Heaviest Satellite Gsat-11 From Arianespace 
ISRO needed to recall the satellite as a precaution measure especially after the failure of the Gsat-6A mission around the same time.