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March 1st, 2015
 
 
SatBroadcasting™: Massachusetts Excise Tax: Tax on Video Programming Delivered by Satellite Was Not Discriminatory.
These satellite service providers believe this excise tax discriminates against interstate commerce by the way it only applies to video programming provided through satellite and not cable.
 
Interference Is A Big Deal In DC — Time To Delve Into Solutions
The groups will also be on hand during the exhibition to discuss satellite interference and ways to mitigate it.
 
SpaceX Launches Two Communications Satellites...Sparks A First...Fully Electrically Powered Xenon-Ion Thrusters
The xenon-ion propulsion engine harnesses magnetic fields instead of rocket fuel for propulsion.
 
Win the Opportunity to be Awarded a Magnum of Satellite Wine... @ The SSPI Gala In DC
The SSPI thanks SatNews and Siesta Estate Wines for producing this special magnum bearing the Mission Patch for the “Better Satellite World” campaign.
 
All Set For Mid-May, Space Tech Conference Is Getting Ready To Open The Doors In Long Beach, California
New to the agenda this year is the SmallSats Focus Day.
 
Double Play For PCI Geomatics—Live Demo Regarding DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 and KazEOSat-1 Support
PCI Geomatics and Digital Globe will be presenting this joint webinar to demo the value of working with very high resolution, super spectral imagery.
 
@ CMSE 2015 — Resistors and More For Space and Military Use From Vishay Intertechnology On Display
In booth B-3, Vishay will be displaying a wide variety of military-qualified resistors with established reliability.