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July 17th, 2015
 
 
Announcing Angara 1.2—Now Booking For Plesetsk Cosmodrome Launches
“The Angara system is scalable to meet various performance requirements, and the use of common technology will reap production efficiencies in the factory."—Andrey Kalinovskiy, General Director, Khrunichev.
 
Deimos Satellites Acquisition A Real Boost To UrtheCast's EO Biz
"By acquiring the entire satellite operations, two satellites and two ground stations, we've created another substantial revenue stream for the Company."—Scott Larson, Co-founder + CEO, UrtheCast.
 
European Space Agency + Airbus Defence and Space — Together, Again, For A Juicy Situation
The scientific payload was approved by ESA’s Science Program Committee in February 2013 and will be developed by teams spanning 16 European countries, the USA and Japan, using national funding.
 
Super Subscription Structure Sallies Forth From GVF
These courses represent more than $5,000 in tuition value, if they were to be purchased separately.
 
Being Thermally Cognizant Is Now The Task For Domaille Engineering With Their New Lockheed Martin Contract
Deliveries of the thermal management assemblies associated with this contract will begin mid-2015 and are expected to extend into mid-2016.
 
Keysight Technologies' App Notes From Their 2015 A/D Symposium Now Available On DVD
The 2015 AD Symposium DVD contains 17 technical papers, application notes, data sheets, videos and more...
 
A One In A Billion Star Discovered By Gaia + Researchers
"It's rare to see a binary system so well-aligned."—Dr. Heather Campbell, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge.
 
Discovery, Dissemination + Depoting Delivered By Droneware From PTFS
“Unmanned Aerial Systems capture large volumes of data that must be quickly organized, interrogated and disseminated immediately.”—Dan Quinn, V.P., PTFS.