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August 21st, 2017
 
 
ULA Launches TDRS-M the Final Satellite Mission in Series Now Complete for NASA
“We are absolutely honored to have delivered this core NASA capability and critical national resource for our country.”
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Provides the Power for Launch of Satellite for NASA’s Space Network
The RL10C-1 delivers 22,890 pounds of thrust to power the Atlas V upper stage, using cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants.
 
NASA Launches TDRS-M Last in Series of Great Communicators 
providing navigation and high-data-rate communications to the ISS, Hubble Space Telescope, rockets and a host of other spacecraft.
 
Japan's Third Quasi-Zenith Satellite Heads to Orbit
This satellite is one of an entire constellation being placed into orbit to improve the accuracy of available global positioning data.
 
Air Force's SensorSat is Stacked to Track Satellites and Space Junk
The testing included subcomponent, component, and full satellite comprehensive functional testing, vibration testing, thermal vacuum testing ...
 
NOAA's Satellite to Focus Down on Earth Tracking Moon's Shadow During Eclipse
what we hope is a pretty spectacular video loop of the shadow moving all the way from the Pacific Ocean into Oregon, across the United States, into ...
 
AsiaSat and Encompass Enable Fans to See SEA Games ... Feeds Cover Huge Footprint
the feeds will be delivered across the satellite’s extensive footprint, with a combined population of more than 647 million people of diverse languages
 
Roofr - New Roofs Via Satellite
Now, there’s a new company on the horizon that wants to inject a healthy dose of technology into this venerable industry and help you protect your...
 
Just Launched - Australia in Space Book by Kerrie Dougherty
The 196-page full color book includes dozens of photographs and nine chapters ranging from the origins of space activity in Australia through to...