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October 15th, 2011
 
Lockheed Martin... MUOS Makes It (Satellite)
[SatNews] Test scenarios passed the... test!
European Space Agency (ESA)... Galileo + French Guiana (Launch)
[SatNews] International space cooperation will be highlighted in a historic event on October 20th...
TSF Brings Hope Amid Raging Battles, Sirte Hospital In Shambles
[SatNews] Where to begin — a hospital with severe damage, terrified people fleeing.
International Launch Services + ViaSat... A Coming Sense Of Fullfilment (Launch)
[SatNews] The first satellite for ViaSat is in final preparations for its delivery to orbit by a Khrunichev built vehicle...
Harris... Falcon Taking Wing For The U.S. Army (Comms)
[SatNews] The Company continues to build its arsenal of contracts for their Falcon III manpacks...
Vizada... Meeting The Missions (SATCOM)
[SatNews] This French Navy patroller will be using the Company's solutions for everything from surveillance to crew welfare...
ViaSat... One-Half Million Plus Hours (SATCOM)
[SatNews] Quite an achievement for the Company as they continue with their comms support for ISR and C2...
General Dynamics... Waveform Wonderments (Comms)
[SatNews] Support, maintenance, and new capabilities implementation is all part of this new contract...
Here's Looking @ Earth... This Canary Has No Cage (Imagery)
[SatNews] The subtropical Canary Islands off Africa’s west coast are pictured in this Envisat image.
ABI Research... Reduced Revenues (Report)
[SatNews] The M2M embedded module market’s performance was less than anticipated for 2011, with the module industry as a whole earning only about $500 million in the first half of the year.
Eutelsat... (Will Be) Moving On Up...
[SatNews] A leading French executive officer of many leading firms has been nominated to take over when Giuliano Berretta steps down as Chairman...