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Wednesday's Update ULA Rolls Out Atlas V Rocket Ready for TDRS-M Launch
Wednesday the Atlas V rocket with the TDRS-M satellite is revealed.
NOAA - Satellite Tracking of the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
NOAA plans to issue images of the eclipse from GOES-16 and the agency's additional polar-orbiting and geostationary satellites as they become available...
Chinese Quantum Satellite Passes Muster, Now Let's Make a Hack-Proof Communications Network
Micius can only conduct quantum communication in the Earth' s shadow; that is to say, it can only work at night to avoid interference from sunlight.
DataPath's $37.4 Billion Contract ... Selection of the Fittest for RS3 Program
... and so it is with a 10-year, $37.4Billion contract that DataPath has been awarded.
ETL Systems' Equipment has the Key to SES' Gateways
supplying a large amount of the RF hardware required for the six Ka-band and nine Ku-band gateways and ground stations located around the world.
SpaceX's Successful Launch Makes it a Dozen for NASA's ISS Commercial Resupply Mission
Resupply missions are celebrated when craving a favorite snack or just the need of a basic necessity, but you can't hop in your car and go to the store.
Go For Launch! — Team DASA from Deerfield, Illinois, Win ISS Flight Launch for Their Experiment
Higher Orbits Go For Launch! provided students access to former astronauts, former ISS and Space Shuttle controllers, astronaut instructors...
JAXA's Disappointing Series of Scrubs of Michibiki No. 3 Satellite
H-IIA F35 launch was originally scheduled on August 12, 2017 but has been cancelled due to ...
The Blue Cube ... as Aurora Flight Sciences Selects Blue Canyon Technologies to Provide CubeSat for DeMi Mission
The DeMi mission aims to provide on-orbit performance qualification of MEMS deformable mirrors for closed-loop wavefront sensing.
Thuraya Shares Their Wares and Hits the Road ... Collaborates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
unique SatSleeve+ for example is another popular device that caters to the rising ‘bring your own device’ phenomenon and presents ...
Globalsat Group's Evolution as a Strategic Partner Results in Brazilian Award
the company is in charge of 1.7 million poles and 140 substations, and critical to its mission is a fleet of over a thousand vehicles.
Globalstar Receives FCC's Terrestrial Authorized Licenses  
marks the end of the FCC regulatory process to obtain terrestrial authority over our S-band spectrum and the beginning of a new range of ...
CompassCom New MRM Solution for Monroe County, Florida Sheriffs 
The Sheriff can now track the precise real-time location of every officer in a vehicle or on foot via the digital communications system that is...
NASA ... Cassini's Grand Finale a Careful Dance Through Saturn's Upper Atmosphere
If the thrusters are forced to work harder – meaning the atmosphere is denser than models predict – engineers will increase the altitude of subsequent orbits
RF Design Has Designs of Sharing New Products at IBC
wanting to discuss specific needs in RF equipment, RF distribution, RF-over-Fiber and RF/DVB monitoring requirements
Orbital ATK - Moving Forward With Landsat 9 PDR Success
Landsat 9, an advanced land surface mapping satellite, will collect space-based images and data that serve as valuable resources for...
Kabul Requests Satellite from India ... Maybe a Dedicated OneTracking Terrorist Hideouts
It is not yet clear if Kabul wants to use a dedicated satellite to track terrorist hideouts.
NASA - The Importance of Smallsats Initiated This Agency Institute
to develop and demonstrate the unique capabilities of small spacecraft to support science, exploration and space operations.
Clyde Space Literally Takes It Up a Notch Building an Out-of-this-World Continuous Communications Network
is similar to the telecoms industry, to connect and provide communications services to multiple users simultaneously at competitive prices. 
NASA's Mission Closer to Identifying 20,000 Extrasolar Planets as MIT's Four Cameras Pass Muster 
"The TESS four-camera ensemble instantaneously views a section of sky that is more than 20 times greater than that for the Kepler mission ..."