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Northrop Grumman's $2.4 Billion Contract for Two Missile Defense Satellites
Meanwhile, Lockheed is developing the three geosynchronous Next Gen OPIR space vehicles. That company was awarded $2.9 billion in August 2018 ...
 
U.S. Space Command and Peru Sign SSA Agreement
The data sharing agreement demonstrates the growing importance of safety...
 
Arianespace Getting Set for Upcoming Vega and Ariane 5 Missions
These parallel arrivals involved personnel who will conduct the first Vega “rideshare” mission...
 
Marlink Meets Petrobras Requirements for Maritime VSAT Services
Marlink will fulfill the requirements through co-operation with global and...
 
Arianespace Set to Resume Launch Operations at Guiana Space Center
The launch campaigns for two Soyuz missions, Flights VS24 and VS25, will resume this summer.
 
Smallsat Pilot Project Initiated by NanoAvionics with the Mexican Space Agency
The project, starting in September of 2020, is a testimony to the importance...
 
Mobile SATCOM Service Provided by Inmarsat Government to South Orkney Islands Expedition
This multidisciplinary expedition, supported by the research vessel RV Braveheart...
 
Argentine Navy Uses Globalsat, Iridium Certus™ and Thales Tech and Wins the XXIV Oceanic Regatta
Globalsat Argentina provided the necessary assistance to the Fortuna III crew members...
 
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.
 
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 ...”
 
Number One Thousand for Hughes Wi-Fi Implementation in Latin America with Facebook Connectivity Platform
Each Hughes Express Wi-Fi Hotspot is backhauled over satellite links...
 
Kleos to Target Environmental Challenges in Brazil
The need for an integrated Earth Observation (EO) system to monitor both...
 
Arianespace Soyuz Flight VS24 Needs More Upper Stage Checks — Soyuz Launch Delayed
The launch vehicle and its satellite payload have been placed in stand-by...
 
Four Organizations to Rideshare on Spaceflight's Next Managed Launch on Arianespace's Vega Rocket
The proof of concept rideshare mission, VV16, will launch 53 smallsats...
 
SpaceBridge Provides MILSATCOM Solution to South American Defense Entity
The delivered network incorporates SpaceBridge’s ASAT™ VSAT platform for Satellite Broadband Multi-service applications, including WaveSwitch™...
 
New 'Better Satellite World's' Video Reveals Connections to the Most Remote of Rural Villages
There are now more than 1.8 million Mexican residents who today for the first time have access to internet as a result of...
 
HISPASAT Working with Claro Argentina to Provide Satellite Backhaul Services
HISPASAT will provide its capacity to extend connectivity in Argentina, especially in the areas of the country where deploying terrestrial...
 
Arianespace's Double Celebration ... Successful Launches for Japan and Korea and a 40th Anniversary 
In one month, Arianespace has launched a total of 38 satellites. Three more launches are scheduled in March from the space centers in French Guiana ...
 
Lockheed Martin’s Most Advanced Mobile Communications Satellite Launches
... advanced mobile satellite communications are necessary as the world consumes more and more data in the transition to 5G.
 
Arianespace Readies for Tuesday's Heavy-Lift Launch of Japan and Korea's Satellites
This mission is described as 'dedicated to space applications for telecommunications and environment monitoring, Arianespace once again contributes to the improvement of life on Earth'.