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October 14th, 2019
 
 
Launched from Northrop Grumman's Pegasus® XL Rocket ... NASA's ICON Satellite 
This launched marked the 44th overall flight of the world’s first, privately-developed, commercial space launch vehicle, and ICON marks the ninth...
 
USAF Says "Go" Times Eight ... Selects Eight Commercial Firms for Launch Services
Contracts must be flexible and responsive to meet the challenges facing the warfighter. The program balances technology, mission risk, and...
 
A Big Job from MIT Lincoln Laboratory for Small Satellite Experts Blue Canyon Technologies 
Blue Canyon Technologies Selected for MIT Lincoln Laboratory Agile MicroSatellite Mission
 
World Teleport Association Opens the Top Teleport Operators Survey
The Top Operators announcement receives press coverage within the industry and provides valuable exposure to the operators included in the...
 
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Space Weather Instrument Launched with NASA's ICON Satellite
NRL’s MIGHTI (Michelson Interferometer for Global High-Resolution Thermospheric Imaging) will measure wind and temperature profiles and...
 
Satcoms Innovation Group Workshop to be Hosted by WORK Microwave
will address the role of innovation in the future of the satellite industry.Industry professionals will explore themes such as ...
 
Vice President Mike Pence to Participate at the Opening Ceremony of IAC 2019 
IAF and AIAA are honored that Vice President Pence will be participating in IAC 2019. As with any high-ranking government official speaking at an IAC...
 
NSR Looks at Non-Imagery EO
One of the most recent, fastest-growing, opportunities in the satellite-based Earth Observation (EO) market does not involve imagery, at all.
 
RUAG Space Expands Production Facilities and Gets Ready to Heat Up to the Extreme
rocket engines have to withstand extreme heat of up to 1,500 degrees Celsius for a few minutes ... much higher than the typical -150 to +150
 
Indra Working with European Space Agency to Minimize Damage from Tsunamis, Volcanos, Floods and More
With a population of more than 350,000, the city on the island of Sulawesi was devastated by a huge wave after a 7.5-magnitude seaquake.