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A Penetrating Technology from Orolia
Configured with an embedded STL receiver and a small patch antenna, the SecureSync was able to sync up with the STL signal in several challenging indoor locations.
 
Flat Panel Antennas and the Connected World — An NSR Report
The surge in demand for connectivity-on-the-move has been a major trend for the satellite industry this decade...
 
XSAT Ties In With Yahsat
XSAT will be targeting end users, education and healthcare projects, NGOs and service providers in Africa...
 
Strikers Still Stopping Progress of Launch of Arianespace's Flight VA236
​The evolution of the situation does not permit the restart of operations for the Ariane 5 launch scheduled for today...
 
SATCOM Enhancements for Green Reefers by NSSLGlobal
NSSLGlobal has now been tasked with undertaking seven new installs and 11 swap-outs...
 
Payloads from US National Laboratory Research Prepped and Ready for Orbital ATK CRS-7 Launch
The ISS US National Laboratory is chartered to facilitate research in the microgravity environment that benefits life on Earth.
 
Hisdesat's PAZ Partnering With SAR Constellation
PAZ will be positioned in the same orbit as the German owned TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X satellites and form a high-resolution SAR satellite constellation with them.
 
MAXUS is Maximum in Every Aspect ... Ready to Go Weightless for Experiments  
The samples are melted before flight and as soon microgravity is reached the different melts are set in contact with each other
 
Georgia Votes Yes to Build a Spaceport
Helping to absolve companies of all but gross negligence is seen as a key part of any attempt to land the project.
 
EgyptSat Takes $64 Million from China for an EO Satellite... China's Ulterior Motive? 
a part of a US$7 billion Chinese grant to develop infrastructure along the Suez Canal Economic Zone as part of Beijing’s One Belt One Road...
 
NASA's SWIFT Satellite Captures Shattered Star's Debris ... Maps Death Spiral Into a Black Hole 
Astronomers call this a tidal disruption event.
 
First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
 
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
 
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus™ Launch 
ULA announces the delay of Cygnus and the measures taken to ensure the launch will be safe and productive.
 
Seeing Double with UHP Networks at CABSAT... New Products and New Ideas Presented at Singtel Seminar 
Seeing double—UHP Networks will be seen in two places at CABSAT, March 21-23...
 
Complete Vessel Visibility Via ORBCOMM, Pole Star and Weatherdock Product Partnership
Hali combines terrestrial and satellite AIS data capability with two-way satellite M2M technology to deliver reliable vessel location data to...
 
SpeedCast Opens a Shop in Papua New Guinea ... Familiar Territory
SpeedCast has acquisitions of Pactel International in 2013 and Oceanic Broadband in 2014.
 
Rocket Lab Raises $75 Million in Funding... Ready to Revolutionize Satellite Launches
Rocket Lab has received to date $148 million, with the company now valued in excess of $1 billion (USD). 
 
Ongoing Launch Blockage — The Strike (A "Social Movement") Continues the Delay of an Arianespace Mission
The strike continues to hold up SGDC and KORESAT-7 departure...
 
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus to Space Station... Hydraulic Issues, Again
The extra time will allow teams to work on a hydraulic issue found on ground support equipment.