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April 29th, 2010
 
Vizada... Training Tantamount To Success
Vizada Networks has introduced its redeveloped Global Field Support Program (GFSP).
Here's Looking @ Earth... RADARSAT Views Oil Spoil
An oil platform located 70 km from the coast of Louisiana sank on Thursday, April 22, 2010, in the Gulf of Mexico, spilling oil into the sea.
Orbital Sciences... In A Supporting Role
Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE: ORB) has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) for a spacecraft and airborne system support services contract valued at approximately $95 million over a five-year
Intersputnik Gets Its Annual Physical — Vitals Of Operations Recorded
On April 27-28, 2010, Hoi An, Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, hosted the joint XXXVIII session of the Board and 11th meeting of the Operations Committee.
Integral Systems... Much Ado About Monitoring
Integral Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:ISYS) announced its wholly-owned subsidiary, SAT Corporation has received a seven year contract to provide continued support to SKY Perfect JSAT's existing Monics CSM and satID Geolocation systems.
Kongsberg Seatex Prevents Ships From Going 'Bump In The Night'
The Norwegian satellite, AISSat-1 will be launched from India on 9 May.
Iridium... Super Pro Advice...
Iridium Communications Inc. (Nasdaq:IRDM) has established a Government Advisory Board comprised of former senior U.S. government officials and business leaders.
ISU And AIAA Bonding And Building Better Business
The International Space University (ISU) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) have taken steps to work together, recognizing a mutual strategic interest in furthering educational opportunities with an international dimension, enhancing the health of the future aerospace workforce.
NASA... A Magnetic Move To November For Endeavour
NASA has pushed to November the launch of one of its three remaining shuttle missions to modify an experiment module to be attached to the International Space Station (ISS).
Space Program Now Hampered, Says Hall-Of-Fame Astronaut Story Musgrave...
In a feature published on mlive.com, written by Jef Rietsma, the feature opens with "An old photo of a shirtless, diapered boy examining an insect seemed an unlikely visual to begin a speech by a NASA veteran with Hall-of-Fame credentials.