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Rocket Lab Opens Their Launch Complex 2 in the U.S.
Located at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island, Virginia, Rocket Lab Launch Complex 2 represents a new national launch capability...
 
Blue Origin's Twelfth Successful Launch ... Prepping for People Passengers in 2020
“Congratulations to our New Shepard team. Look at that capsule. Man I wish I'd been on board today!”
 
High Level Takeaways from the 2nd Annual Morgan Stanley Space Summit
This event included participation from a range of private and public space companies, regulators and investors, with discussions centered on national...
 
Space Fence Nearing Operational Acceptance by U.S. Air Force
Space Fence will use its flexibility, coverage, and sensitivity to detect and accurately track significantly more objects than the current-day catalog...
 
Arianespace Flight VS23 Packed with Sats
On December 17, Arianespace will perform a multiple launch for European institutional needs...
 
A First for Rocket Lab with their Recent Running Out Of Fingers Mission
AFTS is a GPS-aided, computer-controlled system designed to terminate an off-nominal flight, replacing traditional human-in-the-loop monitoring...
 
Global Xpress' World's First 1.5-Meter Terminal ... Sneak Preview
...the largest terminal that will be available for the Inmarsat Fleet Xpress service following type approval and successful sea trials in 2020, the ...
 
Results of Horizon Technologies Amber Users’ Workshop In Singapore
Without the support from the High Commission and the UK Government, this event could not have taken place.
 
UPDATED: Rocket Lab's 10th Successful Electron Launch
Rocket Lab continues to expand their operations with a new launch site to be commissioned in the U.S. If, and when, rocket reusability is viable, the...
 
Russian Soyuz-2.1a Rocket Now Taking Progress Resupply Craft to ISS
The carrier rocket lifted off at 12:34 p.m., Moscow time. The space freighter will deliver fuel, water and other supplies to the International Space Station...
 
QuadSAT's Antenna Testing Solution Demo Obtains Positive Results
QuadSAT’s system uses drone technology to test, calibrate and measure the performance of VSAT antennas, specifically Comms-On-The-Move...
 
Construction of Tokyo 2020 G-Satellite Completed ... Including Animated Characters
announced the completion of its “G-Satellite Go to Space” satellite, which will orbit the Earth during the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.
 
Blue Canyon Technologies is 2019 Best in Biz Winner
to enable a broad range of missions and technological advances for the New Space economy, further reducing the barriers of space entry.
 
Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization Payload Program Passes CDR
The CDR was the culmination of more than two months of review by the government and contractor team assessing the maturity of the payload...
 
Forrester Reports: Approval for Inmarsat Acquisition Still Up in the Air
Some minority shareholders are arguing that the recommended offer fails to account for the potential value of a key Inmarsat partner in the U.S, Ligardo...
 
Forrester Reports: Four More Falcons in December
Already in the manifest is the launch of a condominium satellite (Japan’s JSAT-18/Kacific) joint mission that is slated for liftoff around December 15th...
 
Satnews Publishers Wishes Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving
enjoy the holiday with whatever... and whoever...
 
Galileo and Renault Electric Cars Demo Positioning Engine
Participants in the event had a unique opportunity to ride in an autonomous vehicle fitted with an innovative positioning engine developed by the...
 
On a Super Guppy ... Orion Heads to Plum Brook Station
A team of engineers and technicians from Airbus, the European Space Agency (ESA), Lockheed Martin and NASA are ready to put the spacecraft...
 
AsiaSat's Take on ITU's WRC-19 Event
AsiaSat’s spectrum team had joined efforts to protect the satellite industry’s continued access to essential radio spectrum and to decide on the...