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November 14th, 2015
Comms Relief From Globalstar Aids Refugees
Globalstar products and services are also helping to keep the humanitarian aid specialists from Disaster Tech Lab connected and safe as they travel to and between deployment locations.
You Want This Team To Respond To Your Emergency... A New Collaboration Among Major Agencies + Technologies 
....this transport aircraft will bring to relief organizations in the immediate aftermath of humanitarian disasters.
NASA's Cube Quest Challenge's Second Summit Upcoming
The goal of the Cube Quest Challenge, NASA’s first-ever in-space challenge, is to build flight-qualified small satellites capable of advanced communication and propulsion near and beyond the moon.
Set To Test Einstein's Theory Of Relativity Are Airbus Defence & Space' ACES Ground Terminals
ACES will help scientists carry out research into such exotic phenomena as relativistic time shifts and drifts of the fundamental constants defining the Universe.
Opening The 32nd Space Symposium Will Be A Panel Comprised Of World Space Leaders...
The 32nd Space Symposium is slated for April 11-14, 2016, at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.
Raytheon Patriot Scholarship Applications Now Open
The Raytheon Patriot Scholarship is the latest in a series of scholarship initiatives launched by Raytheon and SVA.
Latitude To Present Product @ NBAA 2015 Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
Showcased as this event will be Latitude’s complete product family.