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ENENSYS to Acquire TeamCast
ENENSYS confirmed that TeamCast will continue to operate as a standalone company.
 
RFP from USAF SMC for EELV LDPEs... Ridesharing for the Future
This SMC acquisition responds to the Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) standard service policy that requires rideshare services on launch missions when feasible.
 
Arabsat Engaging in the Arab Radio and TV Festival
Arabsat has a unique and strong commercial relationship with ASBU,...
 
Far-Out Technologies to Receive NASA Funding
The agency received 1,621 proposals in response to its 2017 solicitation for its SBIR and STTR programs.
 
Major Milestone for Ariane 6 Completed by Airbus Safran Launchers and their Partners
The review confirmed that the maturity of the industrialization of Ariane 6 is sufficient to start production of the ground qualification models...
 
Russia Launches Two Cosmonauts Who Successfully Commute to International Space Station
 The Expedition 51 crew members will spend more than four months conducting approximately 250 science investigations such as ...
 
Major Milestone Reached by SPOT Satellite Devices — 5K+ Rescues Across the Globe
SPOT customers are currently initiating nearly two rescues a day.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Puts US Closer to Independent Space Travel With Reusable Engine Test 
“We look forward to ... continuing our proud heritage of enabling astronauts to fly to the International Space Station from US soil.”
 
IRG Asks THE Question ... Interference, Is Technology Able to Solve It?
The good news is that sectors across the industry are working on technologies to counter interference, many of which are available for use now.
 
India's ISRO Planning a J-V to Build Launch Vehicles
The first launch is planned for 2020-21 under this proposed entity...
 
Awesome Aussies to Send Off Collaborative CubeSats
Large space stations eventually have to come down through the atmosphere, with something that big it’s important to know exactly where they will land.
 
Experiments as Well as Supplies Head for ISS Aboard Orbital ATK's Cygnus Resupply Spacecraft After ULA Launch
Highlights from the new experiments will include studies on cancer-fighting drugs, crystal growth and atmospheric reentry.
 
Technology Advances Made Possible Through ZERO-G Research Flights
A collection of flights on G-FORCE ONE, ZERO-G’s specially modified Boeing 727, gave researchers the chance to run experiments and test innovative systems...
 
VORAGO Technologies' ISO 9001 Certification Indicates Positive Management 
Their customers trust their products to operate reliably in the most extreme environments.
 
C-COM and NSERC Will Work Together on a Modular, Low-Cost, Intelligent Antenna
The primary goal of the research will be the development of a new modular, low-cost, intelligent antenna for next generation of mobile satellite communications.
 
NASA Missions' New Insights into 'Ocean Worlds' the Closest We've Come to a Habitable Environment
”These results demonstrate the interconnected nature of NASA's science missions that are getting us closer to answering whether we are indeed alone or not.”
 
After 20 Years of Exceptional EUMETSAT Service, Farewell to Meteosat-7
ver the last ten years, Meteosat-7 has been delivering observations of the Indian Ocean from geostationary orbit.
 
Globalstar's SPOT to be Used in Oceanic Hydrocarbon Research
This research is an extension of an ongoing project that launched in 2012 after the BP oil spill to monitor how pollutants behave in...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Positioning Themselves for Future Growth
The company is two years into the first phase of their CIP affordability drive and the consolidation progress
 
Telenor's Nittedal Teleport Gains WTA Certification
Since its introduction at IBC 2015, the Certification program has quickly grown in popularity, with 12 teleports currently engaged in the quality evaluation process...