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March 31st, 2015
 
 
On Orbit Achievement By Express-AM7
Commissioning of the new RSCC satellite is expected in May 2015.
 
NOAA's New Civilian Weather Satellites To Be Built By OrbitalATK
Orbital will design and fabricate the JPSS spacecraft, integrate government-furnished instruments, conduct satellite-level testing, and support in-orbit check-out and mission operations.
 
Supernet Wins Innovation Award...Rescue + Relief Made Possible... C-COM’s iNetVu® Vehicle Mounted Auto-Acquire Antenna
...given in recognition of developing innovative communication solutions for rescue and relief organizations operating in disaster stricken areas, where other communications infrastructure is not available, or has been destroyed.
 
SES Government Solutions + XipLink Join Forces To Deliver... Moving From SkyPipe™ To XipOS
"...Their optimization appliances are an ideal fit for the SES GS strategy to provide mission critical capacity to our Government customers at a lower cost per bit."
 
Airbus Ships Off Most Powerful Broadcast Satellite...Arianespace Receives + Readies For Lift Off
...will provide additional digital television entertainment services for more than 20 million DIRECTV customers in the United States. 
 
DSP Satellite Constellation Support Gained By Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Work will be performed at Azusa, California, and is expected to be complete by October 1, 2015.
 
Of SatBroadcasting™ Interest—ETL Systems' Line Amplifiers Selected By DIRECTV + On Show @ NAB 2015
DIRECTV selected Alto amplifiers after demonstration models were successfully attached to its existing infrastructure.
 
Airbus Defense and Space Takes Elevation To A New Level With WorldDEM
with pole-to-pole coverage coupled with accuracy and quality,  that are the defining characteristics of the WorldDEM. 
 
Clipper Round The World Race + McMurdo...Celebrate One Year After... MOD Saves Man Swept Overboard
 “…my AIS device saved my life…”  Clipper Race Sailor Andrew Taylor Releases Book Detailing Amazing Rescue at Sea Using McMurdo AIS Man Overboard Solution