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January 27th, 2010
 
NASA's — 'Hope And Change' To Return To Moon May Crash
SatNews is sharing this article from January 27, OrlandoSentinal.com: NASA's plans to return astronauts to the moon are dead. So are the rockets being designed to take them there — that is . . .
TIA — Supports Trans-Pacific Partnership
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has officially filed comments with the United States Trade Representative (USTR) supporting a proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, which includes countries Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Chile, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam.
Here's Looking @ Earth — Oh-Oh... Olga (NASA)
Residents of the northern coastal areas of Australia's Northern Territory and NASA's Aqua satellite have seen new life "blown into" a low pressure system that is once again Tropical Storm Olga.
Agilex Technologies — Orbital Debris Removal Strategies In The Spotlight
Agilex Technologies recently provided program support for the International Conference on Orbital Debris Removal.
SES ASTRA — Yes Italia Says Yes To Capacity Deal
SES ASTRA, an SES company (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG), has signed a capacity agreement with Rai.
Expand Networks — Lowering Latency For US Army SatLinks
Expand Networks, a supplier of WAN Optimization products to US Government and Military agencies, announced its WAN Optimization technology is supporting the PEOC3T and the United States Army to improve the performance of critical applications and communications over low bandwidth — high latency satellite links.
PolarSat — Meshing Around With Hub-Less VSATs
PolarSat Inc., a leader in full mesh VSAT communication equipment, announced it has shipped VSATPlus 3 networking equipment to a major oil and gas company.
National Space Symposium — Nimoy And Notables In Abundance
The pace is picking up with the 26th National Space Symposium from April 12-15 at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.