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February 14th, 2014
 
 
ILS Launches TURKSAT-4A On A Breeze... On Valentine's Day (Launch)
[SatNews] ...successfully advanced the orbital unit first to a circular parking orbit, then to an intermediate orbit, followed by a transfer orbit, and finally to a geostationary transfer orbit.
 
Inmarsat Enlists Northrop Grumman To Field SIMS For Global Xpress
[SatNews] ...is the first satellite fleet from Inmarsat that will access Ka-band frequencies and allow for even higher bandwidth communication, virtually anywhere in the world.
 
Agilent Technologies' Third Anniversary... These Waves Make A Big Splash... Redefine Technology
[SatNews] ...Series’ success has propelled the Company to be the fastest-growing oscilloscope company in the world for the past several years, as demonstrated most recently...
 
Lighter Than Air Systems—Reducing Risk, Increasing Distances, WASP Work (Comms)
[SatNews] Lighter Than Air Systems Corp. ("LTAS") has announced that aerostat systems provided by LTAS to the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command ("SMDC")/Army Forces Strategic Command will...
 
Hitachi Kokusai—Business Building (SatBroadcasting™—Equipment)
[SatNews] Hitachi Kokusai Electric will announce the establishment of a subsidiary company during the...
 
ESI + Skybox Imaging—Imagery + Video Agreement (Business)
[SatNews] Emirates Space Imaging (ESI) has announced the execution of a multi-year agreement with Skybox Imaging (Skybox) to deliver timely, sub-meter...
 
Space Foundation—Fusion Forum Applications From Students Now Being Accepted (Event)
[SatNews] The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is accepting applications until March 30th to attend the Space Generation Fusion Forum 2014, a...
 
Bridge Technologies—Technology Showcase @ NAB 2014 (Event—SatBroadcasting™)
[SatNews] Bridge Technologies creates advanced systems for ensuring high-quality, profitable digital media service delivery in broadcast, cable, satellite, OTT and telecoms applications and will be demonstrating many...