Weekly Top Stories
April 17th, 2017 April 23rd, 2017
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.
Satellite Crashes Could Soar by 50 Percent Due to Lower Costs and Glut of Launches
'There has been a paradigm shift in the manufacturing of satellites. The cost of making a single communications satellite usually runs to hundreds of millions of pounds...'
It's a First for China ... Launches Cargo Spacecraft, Plans for Building Space Station
Without a cargo transportation system, the station would run out of power and basic necessities, causing it to return to Earth before the designated time.
Intelsat to Complete Their EpicNG Network with Launch of Horizons' 3e Satellite by Arianespace
This launch will occur late in 2018 and will be conducted from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana.
It's Cool to Build a Cube Satellite and Belong to this Organization
“Earth is just one pinch of sand in the universe.”
ABS-2's 12x27 MHZ of Payload Now Co-Branded as MongolSat-1
MongolSat-1 represents the country of Mongolia's first co-branded satellite payload in its history.
Cygnus To Launch In 3D, Courtesy of NASA, ULA and Orbital ATK
To view in 360, use a mouse or move a personal device to look up and down, back and forth...
Norsat Receives Unsolicited, Non-Binding Proposal
recently received an unsolicited, conditional, non-binding proposal from Privet Fund Management LLC (“Privet”) to acquire the Company for cash consideration of ...
India's ISRO Planning a J-V to Build Launch Vehicles
The first launch is planned for 2020-21 under this proposed entity...