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September 11th, 2010
Russia... A Trio's Travels (Launch)
[SatNews] A Russian Rokot carrier rocket orbited a Gonets-M satellite and two Kosmos satellites on Wednesday, a Russian Defense Ministry spokesman said.
NASA... Going For The Gold
[SatNews] A bit of gold made its way into the Rocket City last week in the form of a gold-coated James Webb Space Telescope primary mirror segment.
NASA... Up, Up + Away...
[SatNews] NASA has selected the winner of the national Balloonsat High Altitude Flight Competition, a contest that introduces high school students to engineering principles and encourages engineering practices.
Cassini Captures... Rings And Moons (Imagery)
The F ring's shepherds, Prometheus and Pandora, join Epimetheus in this image of three of Saturn's moons and the rings.
Euroconsult... Movers In SatManagement (Award / Event)
[SatNews] Euroconsult has just announced the winners of its 7th Annual Awards for Excellence in Satellite Management.
IMS Research... No Slowdown For SatSTBs (Report)
[SatBroadcasting] Demand for satellite STBs in emerging markets, such as India and China, will drive STB shipments in 2010 as many advanced markets recover from the global economic slowdown.
Alliant Techsystems... Financially Speaking...
[SatNews] Alliant Techsystems (NYSE: ATK) is in discussions with a group of lenders about refinancing its existing senior credit facilities, consisting of a $500.0 million revolving credit facility and a $257.8 million term loan.