Current Satellite News
June 29th, 2015
Those Oh So Critical First Days In Space Have Now Been Surmounted By Sentinel-2A
"We conducted our first orbital maneuver using the Sentinel-2A thrusters yesterday, and this went exactly as planned."—Franco Marchese, Spacecraft Operations Manager, ESA,
Advantech Wireless' New 400W C-Band SSPA/SSPB Brings GaN Into The Mix
The Second Generation of GaN SSPAs empowers broadcasters to deliver their messages while maximizing efficiency and reducing operational cost."—Cristi Damian, V.p., Business Development, Advantech Wireless.
Avascent Webinar To Tackle The Crucial Necessities + Convoluted Challenges Of The Satellite Launch Process
From finding the documentation you need, to understanding the regulatory issues pertaining to commercial satellite launch today, this conversation will provide a snapshot of both present procedures and the future of the commercial communications satellite market.
SSTL... How 'The Little Engine That Could'... Builds The First Microsatellite Now Celebrates 30 Years Of Space Innovation
"Firsts": the first microsatellite with in-orbit re-programmable computer and the first to fly a CCD area array Earth imager.
Lockheed Martin's Fourth MUOS Secure Communications Satellite Shipped For August Launch
MUOS-4 Extends U.S. Navy’s Smart Phone-Like Mobile Network to Near Global Coverage“MUOS-4 will complete our near global coverage, reaching further north and south toward the poles than ever before.”
Arianespace Lines 'em Up For Another Launch... EUTELSAT 8 West B + Intelsat 34
The fourth Ariane 5 for liftoff in 2015 has begun...
NovelSat Adds TSoIP Support to its Full Line of Satellite Transmission Products + No Jitters
NovelSat now combines the world’s most spectrum-efficient satellite transmission with TSoIP support for the broadcast industry
Airbus Defence and Space Delivers Heart Of LISA Pathfinder Space Probe... Ready To Ride Einstein's Waves
LISA Pathfinder is paving the way for a future large space observatory that ultimately will directly observe and precisely measure gravitational waves.