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Earth Observation Breakthroughs Achieved by Orbital Micro Systems
Along with improving temporal resolution, OMS’ technology has made a profound improvement in data clarity. Its spatial resolution of 15 km. — compared...
 
UPDATE: Rocket Lab Successfully Launches Their "Look Ma No Hands" Mission + USAF Comments
Rocket Lab's Lift-off of the Look Ma, No Hands mission occurred at 12:12 UTC on August 19, 2019, from the company's ...
 
New Space Technologies Being Sought by Amazon Web Services and Deloitte in the Gravity Challenge in Adelaide
The Gravity Challenge will bring together space thought leaders and businesses across eight industries to collaboratively solve real-world...
 
China's Inaugural Smart Dragon-1 Rocket Launch is Successful
The rocket, developed by the China Rocket Co. Ltd. affiliated to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALVT), blasted off from the...
 
ISRO’s South Asia Satellite Ground Station in Bhutan is Inaugurated
Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) GSAT-9 communications satellite, popularly known as the South Asia Satellite, launched in 2017 was...
 
State-Of-The-Art Event Space Opened by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
The TEC will be a year-round resource for the geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) community and any organization interested in hosting events in...
 
Proposals Selected by NASA for Smallsat Technologies Demos to Study Interplanetary Space
Both proposals, funded at $400,000 for nine month mission concept studies, were selected based on potential technology and science value...
 
Virgin Galactic Showcases Their Operations @ Spaceport America
Virgin Galactic has unveiled the next step of moving the aerospace industry forward in New Mexico and is a vital step toward commercial space flight...
 
Washington Space Business Roundtable's Upcoming SATCOM DoD Luncheon Featuring Subject-Matter Expert Speakers
This panel of experts will share their perspectives on the next critical steps required to overhaul the acquisition methods to provide this critical...
 
Coming October 21 in DC ... The 70th International Astronautical Congress
Earth’s coasts play an ever-increasing role in the economy of nations, ecology of oceans and health of both. Nearly 40 percent of the world’s human...
 
Meeting the Needs for Expanded Space Missions ... ULA's Vulcan Centaur Rocket Ships to Florida Late in 2020
In the factory, the fabrication of the structure for the first Vulcan Centaur rocket continues, and the team recently completed the booster structural ...
 
Canada Grants Fourth Patent ... SEAKR® Engineering for Advanced RF Processing ASIC Tech
This technology provides highly integrated ADC, DSP, DAC, and digital IO functions implemented with design enhancements for improved radiation...
 
Final Four Site Candidates Selected by NASA for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Since its arrival in December 2018, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has mapped the entire asteroid in order to identify the safest and most ...
 
The International Astronautical Federation and GK Launch Services Offer a Free Ride for a 1U Cubesat
A joint IAF – GK Launch Services Selection Board will review the applications and select the winner, who will be announced at the IAC 2019...
 
Maxar is Now Celebrating the Company's 100th EarthWatch Subscription - Webinar Set for August 14
Launched one year ago, EarthWatch allows customers to view, stream, download and exploit imagery from Maxar’s 100-petabyte library and...
 
Swiss Epic Mountain Bike Racers Get Globalstar Gen3 Satellite Trackers
The Swiss Epic takes place from August 20 to 24, 2019, and covers 358 km., including 11,900 m of arduous uphill climbing. Now in its sixth year...
 
Newtec @ IBC 2019— OTT and All-IP Newgathering Apps to be Demo'd
Newtec will demonstrate how growing traffic can be minimized by blending satellite and terrestrial communication links as well as how the Newtec...
 
UPDATE: They're 'Talking' ... USAF's 4th Space Ops is in Communications with Lockheed Martin's AEHF-5 Satellite 
The squadron began “flying” the satellite shortly after it separated from its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket approximately 5 hours and 40 minutes...
 
Rocket Lab Working on Recovery and Reuse of Their Electron Launch Vehicle
Work on Rocket Lab’s Electron first stage reuse program began in late 2018, at the end of the company’s first year of orbital launches. The plan to...
 
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's Secondary Mirror Deploys for the First Time at Northrop Grumman Clean Room
This milestone marks another major interaction of the Observatory (Optical Telescope and Integrated Science Instrument [OTIS] module and the...