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A "Cool" Satellite's Birthday
Originally designed for a three and a half year mission, this satellite has been operating since 2010, far exceeding its nominal mission lifetime.
 
Some Good News for the Satellite & Space Sectors Revealed by NSR
While the future remains uncertain, compared to other mobility-centric satellite end-user markets, Gov & Mil appears to remain insulated...
 
Live Webinar: Assuring the Spectrum in Today's New Space World
Webinars are a rich resource, especially now that travel has been restricted, enabling us, at no cost, access to experts who are gathered together at the ... 
 
NASA Develops Unique Materials for the Next Generation of Aircraft
NASA engineers are developing innovative new materials that can be used to manufacture better parts for aircraft engines and related systems.
 
SpaceX's Successful Return of CRS-20 and ISS' National Lab's Payloads 
this investigation will contribute to our understanding of human metabolic disorders like liver disease, diabetes, and illnesses associated with obesity.
 
LEO Not Doomed by OneWeb Problems
“Represents the most significant failure of a Space industry start-up since the early 2000s ... a potential game-crasher for the current “NewSpace” ...
 
ITU's Broadband Commission Pushes for COVID-19 Internet Access Capacity Boosts to fight COVID-19
built around three pillars: Resilient Connectivity, Affordable Access and Safe Use for Informed and Educated Societies, the agenda serves as a...
 
Thousands Apply to Become NASA Astronauts
Applications were received from every U.S. state, the District of Columbia...
 
ESA Will Conduct a BepiColombo Gravity-Assist Flyby In Spite of the Coronavirus Crisis
The maneuver, which will see the mission adjust its trajectory by harnessing...
 
Cryostat for NASA Mission Delivered by Ball Aerospace to the University of Arizona
The Ball-built cryostat is a low-heat leak tank that contains liquid helium and...
 
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Full Mirror Deployment a Success
Webb’s mirror is the biggest of its kind that NASA has ever built. 
 
Venezuela's Only Telecoms Satellite is Lost in Space
...company that tracks global satellite traffic, reported that VeneSat-1 had veered away from its position above Venezuela and was tumbling westward.
 
OrbitFab Working on Gas Stations in Space
The contract is specifically for development of a solution that provides...
 
Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, SpaceX Launch of Argentinian Satellite Postponed
"The restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic could affect the availability of own and external resources for a safe insertion into orbit and ...”
 
Statement from Lockheed Martin Announcing AEHF-6 Satellite Actively Communicating With U.S. Space Force
The first national security launch for the U.S. Space Force and the final Lockheed Martin satellite to build out the protected communications ... 
 
ULA's Successful Launch of AEHF-6 for the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center 
... gives senior leadership a survivable line of communications to military forces in all levels of conflict, including nuclear war. The system features ...
 
Statement From United Launch Alliance as it Launches First National Security Space Mission for the U.S. Space Force 
...that provides global, survivable, protected communications capabilities for national leaders and tactical warfighters operating across ground, sea and air platforms.
 
ITU Secretary-General’s Statement About the Global Platform to Protect Telecommunication Networks During the COVID-19 crisis
New platform will assist governments and the private sector in ensuring that networks are kept resilient and telecommunication services are available to all
 
RigNet is Entrusted with National Cybersecurity with Contract from General Services Administration 
"RigNet has a 40-year track record of delivering reliable, high speed and high security communications to the harshest, most remote environments around the world.”
 
Jeremy Turpin, Isotropic Systems CTO and Co-Founder, Named to SSPI Board of Directors 
Focus on transformational optics for new age antennas, Turpin brings wealth of expertise to industry organization