Current Satellite News
October 25th, 2016
The Astrome Plan Is to Launch 150 Satellites By 2020
About 150 satellites weighing 120 kg each would be orbiting the Earth, taking turns in Internet beaming, thereby forming a network in space.
Honeywell Aerospace & Satcom Direct Tie In For Inmarsat Aviation Service Distribution
SwiftBroadband-Safety hardware is available for initial retrofit installation on existing aircraft today and will become a standard option on new aircraft deliveries from 2018.
SES Subsidiary MX1 Extends The 1-2-3.tv Contract
1-2-3.tv offers a wide range of products to consumers via their TV auction format.
Intelsat 19 Engages With Nine Network Australia
Services will be initially provided via Intelsat's Australia/New Zealand Ku-band beam resident on Intelsat 19.
Inmarsat Goes Deep To Appoint COO...Former President Of Rolls-Royce's Submarine Business
He was the former president of Rolls-Royce's nuclear business.
NOAA Distributing Millions To Improve Severe Weather Forecasting
NOAA focused this year’s grant competition on projects that improve severe storm and water forecasts through improved forecast models, new observational capabilities and better methods of assimilating data into weather forecast models.
Inmarsat And Vodafone Roam For The IoT
The extensive coverage and high network availability, even in extreme environmental conditions, enable satellite-powered IoT organizations to extend their services beyond terrestrial networks...
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions JFCC Space Contract Mod Brings The DoD Into Their Service Domain
JFCC Space is responsible for executing continuous, integrated space operations to deliver theater and global effects in support of national and combatant command objectives.
SES & Emergency.Lu Come To The Aid Of Hurricane Whipped Haiti
Communication services offered by emergency.lu provide connectivity to humanitarian responders in Haiti and are being deployed in close collaboration with the World Food Program (WFP) as global lead of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC).
Space Foundation's CEO, Elliot Pulham, Resigns
In a world filled with PC comments we always appreciated Elliot's candor and his ability to 'tell it like it is'...