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'A Dream Come True' for the 30th Space Wing Change of Command at Vandenberg Air Force Base
30th Space Wing is a dream come true. As an ROTC cadet he saw an Atlas II launch and knew he wanted to be part of the space enterprise, and space lift 
 
Forrester Reports: Project Kuiper Could be Worth Billions
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas bases his forecast on expectations that the global space economy will expand and be worth more than $1 trillion...
 
UK and NASA to Work Together on Future Moon Missions
The UK Space Agency recognizes the scientific benefits of missions to the Moon and the important role that the growing commercial space sector will...
 
SpacePath Communications Has a New Management Team Member ... He Comes From Vislink Technologies
With more than 30 years in the satellite system industry, spanning senior engineering and commercial positions, Dave brings a wealth of technical...
 
UPDATED Info — Dire Straits ... Technical Incident Results in Interruption of Galileo Navigation Satellite System + Questions Raised
users may experience service degradation on all Galileo satellites meaning that the signals may not be available nor meet the minimum performance levels
 
50 Years Ago: The Journey to the Moon Begins | NASA
They then placed their spacecraft in the Passive Thermal Control or barbecue mode, rotating at three revolutions per hour, to evenly distribute temperature extremes.
 
Technavio's Global Satellite Ground Station Equipment Report ... An Increase and Then a Decrease
A key factor driving the growth of the global satellite ground station equipment market size is the increasing use of Earth Observation (EO)...
 
Ten Companies Join Techstars Starburst Space Accelerator ... World-Class Entrepreneurs 
Over the next three months, these companies will rapidly accelerate their businesses by working closely with Techstars Starburst, the organization's...
 
Space Foundation's Informative 'The Space Report' Now Available Including Second Quarter Findings 
global space economy grew 8.1 percent in 2018 to $414.75 B, exceeding $400 B for the first time. Global launches in 2018 increased by 46 percent ... 
 
ISRO's Technical Glitch "A Snag" Scrubs Chandrayaan 2 Launch
The mission was aimed at putting a rover on the moon’s South Pole, where no country has gone before. "The launch is called off due to a snag."
 
Make Your Nominations for SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards Dinner
Every year, during the Better Satellite World Awards Dinner, SSPI honors three organizations or individuals who have demonstrated the use of ...
 
African Space Industry to Grow More than 40 Percent, According to the New Space in Africa 2019 Report
projects that the African space industry is likely to grow over 40 percent in the next five years, to exceed $10 billion by 2024.
 
New ABI Research Analysis Report Delves into Satellite IoT
The company's new report unveils the long-term opportunity within the satellite space for the growth of IoT deployments, particularly in application ...
 
Future Market Insights Reporting Smallsat Market to Glean Stellar CAGR
Attributed to surging government funding, increasing support from private entities, soaring satellite adoption for R&D purposes, and increasing...
 
UPDATE: Russia Launches The Spektr-RG Space Observatory
The satellite, aboard a Proton-M rocket, was lifted to orbit from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. This is a joint Russian-German mission, with the telescope...
 
USAF's Space and Missile Systems Center Enlists MILSATCOM Support from LinQuest Corporation
The portfolio of SMC programs supported by MSEIT includes all satellites, terminals, and networks for worldwide tactical, strategic, and wideband...
 
Akash Systems Makes Diamonds Thanks to New Capital 
hottest part of a transistor is brought to within tens of nanometers of synthetic diamond, the most thermally conductive material ever made by humans.
 
U.S. Air Force Research Lab Engages in Quantum Science Through Participation in IBM's Q Network
AFRL has formally joined the IBM Q Network, the first ever partnership of its kind in the DoD. This alliance will provide AFRL and its collaborators with...
 
RUBI Full Steam Ahead for the ISS ... Cameras That Take Up to 500 Images Per Second
By taking up to 500 images per second, RUBI’s cameras can create a three-dimensional representation of the bubble shapes and analyze the ...
 
Arianespace's Fatal Anomaly ... Ends Vega Liftoff of FalconEye1
Data analyses are in progress to clarify the reasons for this failure. An independent inquiry commission will be established during the coming hours...