Current Satellite News
October 30th, 2014
EDRS Traveling The Space Data Highway With ESA
This first element, EDRS-A, consists of three hosted packages on the Eutelsat-9B satellite for launch next year.
Orbital's Latest Launch Explosion Update...
A significant amount of debris remains on the site and it is likely substantial hardware evidence will be available to aid in determining root cause of the Antares launch failure.
ESA Evasions, Thanks To U.S. Strategic Command
“The more timely and customizable data exchange enabled by this agreement will improve collision avoidance as well as launch and early operations for our missions.”
Emerging Markets Communications' Vote of Confidence from the African Union With Renewal + Expansions
In addition to renewing services for these sites, the African Union added an additional eight international locations, for a total of 28 global sites.
NSR Offers BRICS' Report Assesses Satellite Capacity Supply + Demand Brazil, Russia, India, China + South Africa
... enables satellite operators and service providers to anticipate competitive developments in order to protect as well as expand their market position in...
ICT Begins Feasibility Plan...Launch a Satellite that Provides ICT Services...Or Not
The committee will examine the demand of government agencies to use satellite technology to provide public services, ranging from health care and education to security.
MISHAAL Aerospace Wins Another Contract...Outernet is All In With Their Small Sats
...wants to offer a mobile service from a constellation of Cubesats sent to Low Earth Orbit to provide news, education and emergency alerts to the 60 percent of humanity who do not have access to it.
TIM Selects Gilat ... Deploys 3G Small Cell Network for TIM Brasil in Only Two Months
[SatNews] selected the Company to provide a full turnkey solution of 3G coverage to the most remote regions of Paraná state in Brazil.
A Review Of CASBAA's Opening Day + The "Beyond The Box" Theme For SatBroadcasting™
“While technology has changed, what hasn’t changed is understanding the consumer and knowing what they want.”
Harris Delivers—in Just 28 Months—Aireon's First Flight Payload for Global Air Traffic Surveillance System
...satellite production line will complete a total of 81 satellites for the constellation, including 66 low-Earth orbit operational satellites, six in-orbit spares, and nine ground-backup spacecraft, over the next three years.