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Rensselaer Polytechnics and Debilitated Satellites
A team of researchers at Rensselaer, led by Wen, are working with NASA on a solution: a robot that could capture a satellite in space and pull it in to...
 
Commercial Satellite Ground Segment, 4th Edition, Published by NSR
Despite turbulence in the video market, Satellite TV continues to generate the largest volumes, pushing STBs (Set-top Box) and antennas to capture...
 
China Shows Off Its Newest Satellite's High-Resolution 3D Imagery
The satellite is sensitive enough to height that it should be able to spot a single person from 500 kilometers up.
 
Market & Tech Forecast to 2028 for Global Commercial & Military SATCOM
This report examines, analyzes, and predicts the evolution of satellite systems, technologies, markets, and outlays (expenditures) over the next 8...
 
Optimization the Key to Smallsat Launch Providers in Latest Frost & Sullivan Report
To keep up with market requirements, Frost & Sullivan anticipates high-volume demand for component manufacturers, dedicated launch service...
 
Bonding: TriSept and Satellite Applications Catapult
As part of the collaborative alliance, the two companies will leverage their complementary strengths to package TriSept’s deep launch integration...
 
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...
 
Three Launches, Three Continents, for Spaceflight During a Successful 2019
The company ended last year with its historic dedicated rideshare mission, SSO-A, and continued to execute many more firsts during 2019. This...
 
NASA’S Parker Probe Reveals New Solar Oddities
That world includes rogue plasma waves, flipping magnetic fields, and distant solar winds under the thrall of the sun’s rotation.
 
Maxar Completes Palo Alto Real Estate Sale for $291 Million
The Company will use the proceeds from the real estate sale and the senior secured notes offering (upon release from escrow) to repay all of the...
 
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...
 
Guatemalan University Student Winners Prepare KiboCUBE for Launch
Quetzal-1, will be used for multispectral remote sensing. This can lead to the acquisition of data for a variety of peaceful and natural resource management ...
 
NASA Hopes OSIRIS-REx Data Will Explain an Asteroid's Mini-Eruptions
Bennu is considered a danger to Earth that will pass within the Moon's orbit in the year 2135, and currently has a 1 in 2,700 chance of impacting the Earth ...
 
Inmarsat Launches Fleet LTE and Delists from the London Stock Exchange
The new service leverages low latency, high data speed communications available via a dedicated Access Point Name (APN) on the Tampnet North...
 
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.
 
Six Satellite Crises Report Available
This special report is a part of Communication Satellite Databases which TelAstra, Inc. has published for 35 years, addressing in detail the concerns...
 
Centre Proposes Rs 33 Crore to Protect Indian Satellites from Space Debris
Every year, there are many incidents of objects colliding in space. As a result, small pieces of debris rotate at extremely fast speeds.
 
Exos Aerospace Expands Their Charter Enterprise Program
Exos Aerospace developed the Exos National Charter Enterprise program with PricewaterhouseCoopers and INVITALIA as a way to bring reusable...
 
The Space Force Appears Cleared For Launch
Lawmakers hint that bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act will create a new military branch