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34th Space Symposium's 2018 Space Technology Hall of Fame® Inductees are Aluminum Alloy 398 and Miniaturized Laser Terminals
Mynaric's key contributions are miniaturized laser terminals that can be produced and sold at scale and which are
 
Skycasters Joins the Global VSAT Forum
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018, GVF is recognized as the collective voice of global satellite communications industry. The...
 
Ariana 6's Vinci® Engine Passes 140 Tests that Include Some “Firsts”
The re-ignitable Vinci® engine will power the upper stage of Ariane 6, whose first flight is scheduled for 2020
 
NASA's New Horizons Zooms at 36,000 MPH and Releases Record-Breaking Photos from Beyond Pluto 
In two hours, New Horizons smashed a 27-year-old record set by Voyager 1 … twice.
 
NASA's Kodiak's Test Proves Self-Driving Robotic Servicer Can Extend Satellite's Lifespan
Once it locates its target, it can use dexterous robotic arms and software to autonomously grasp, refuel, and relocate a satellite.
 
CETel is the Latest to be Certified by WTA .... Achieves Provisional Certification of its Teleport
the Certification program has quickly grown in popularity, with 15 teleports currently engaged in the quality evaluation process and certifications ...
 
Axiomtek's New Pico-ITX SBC Motherboard is Small and Thin with Multiple I/O Options 
great choice for system integrators who are looking for a highly flexible and reliable embedded board targets the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) field.
 
Cecil Spaceport Celebrates Upcoming Launches
Cecil Spaceport is among six that can facilitate horizontal launches. Small rockets strapped to jets will fly out over the ocean and launch from there.  
 
Open Cosmos Sends Vector Their First RSVP ... Reservation for First Orbital Launch
Vector will begin construction on its state-of-the-art rocket factory ... later this year, designed to produce up to 100 launch vehicles per year to start.
 
Speedcast to Provide Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines with More Bandwidth
Speedcast’s experience with Royal Caribbean dates back to 2006, when the company installed RCCL’s first Ku-band VSAT antenna on board a...
 
Critical Satellite-Derived Datasets from TCarta Aid BMT with Fish Farming Sites in the Arabian Gulf
As a primary input for the modeling phase of the project, BMT obtained five meter resolution Satellite Derived Bathymetry (SDB) products from TCarta...
 
Satelles Shows Improved PNT Accuracy from LEO Constellation
from new tests using configurations with a differential source and with a more accurate OCXO clock, producing timing accuracy of 160 nanoseconds.
 
Results of Africa's International Space Forum in Kenya 
However, this last action must face the risk of ending the enormous abundance of African national resources if these ‘are not properly managed’
 
Gogo Relishes Increased SES-15 Capacity for IFC/IFE Aboard More Than 200 Aircraft
SES-15 entered service in January 2018 and is the company’s first hybrid satellite providing Ku-band wide beams and Ku-band spotbeam capacity...
 
How COMSAT Continued Communications During California Wildfires ... 'What If' Became 'It Is'
"The crisis management plan, devised in response to the 'what-if' scenarios, demonstrated how resilient the teleport and and its team are."
 
MeznSat Project Now Underway by UAE Space Agency and Partners
The cubesat project will see undergraduate students design and construct the MeznSat before using it to collect and analyze data on carbon dioxide...
 
KVH Industries' HTS Systems and AgilePlans™ Set the Seas for E.R. Schiffahrt
program provides equipment and airtime for one monthly airtime fee, with no commitment; installation at select ports and maintenance costs are included.
 
NSR's Forecast Recognizes China's Ambitious Push into the Global Satcom Market
At some point soon, however, it appears likely China will assume a position as a top tier space nation globally, with significant ramifications for ...
 
ViaSat-2 Up and Running and Ready to Report to Work
“We are not predicting the failure of OneWeb, [but] I just think that it’s not going to bring an amount of bandwidth to the markets that we serve that’s ... "
 
Black Sage to Demonstrate Drone Defense by Creating a Fence of Drones
During the simulation, Black Sage will create a virtual fence around the capitol, fly a swarm of drones directly into the protected area, and...