Current Satellite News
November 27th, 2015
The Build Is On For Telesat's New Telstar 19 VANTAGE Satellite @ SSL
The satellite, which will be located at 63 degrees West, is based on the highly reliable SSL 1300 platform.
ESA Readies LISA Pathfinder ...If Gravitational Waves Exist There's A Whole New Perspective On The Universe's Forces
It is almost a hundred years since Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, but so far no empirical evidence has been found to support this hypothesis.
ARSAT 3 Satellite To Be Built By Thales Alenia Space
ARSAT-3 is slated to enter service in 2019 and will be positioned at 81 degrees West as a baseline.
Bundeswehr's Use Of TanDEM-X Global Elevation Data OK'd By Airbus Defence and Space
The TanDEM-X Digital Elevation Model was acquired by the TanDEM-X Mission realized as a Public Private Partnership (PPP) between Airbus Defence and Space and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR).
Cobham's AVIATOR 200S Attains 'First Call' Milestone
Carried out in a laboratory environment, the breakthrough represents a significant step forward in the development of the system.
NSR Reports On UAS SATCOM + Imaging Markets In A New, Second Edition
Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or UAS, are now battlefield proven for ISR.
Now In The Business Of Revolutionizing M2M — Myriota
New Australian company Myriota has been formed to commercialize technology developed by the University of South Australia’s Institute for Telecommunications Research.
Sentinel Business Continuity Services Debut From Europasat Via Eutelsat Broadband
Sentinel provides constant access to an ‘always on’ 10 Mbps download, 4 Mbps upload service with a 20:1 contention ratio.
Bound For Baikonur—ExoMars 2016 Spacecraft Leaving Thales Alenia Space
ExoMars is a joint endeavor between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos), with the Italian Space Agency (ASI) playing a strong role as major contributor within the ESA State Members.
With Gravitational Waves As The Focus, RUAG Space Joins The Hunt
The actual detection of gravitational waves will be the task of the future eLISA mission. LISA Pathfinder, as its name implies, is a demonstrator designed to test the necessary technologies in a space environment.
Pushing SD + HD To Africa Is SkyVision Via The ABS-3A Satellite
The new platforms will support SD and HD channels in MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 encoding.
Scottish Space Technology On The Launch Pad And Getting A Jumpstart
Jumpstart is exhibiting in Newcastle at the Collaborate to Innovate Space Conference 2015, organized by the North East Satellite Applications Centre of Excellence, which will be attended by more than 200 senior industry delegates.
A Power Booster From The US Patent + Trademark Office For EMC
The U.S. PTO granted EMC subsidiary EMC SatCom Technologies LLC this patent in September 2015.
SES' New Antenna Field Technical Facility + Satellite Operations Center Open For Biz
The 450 square meters SOC overlooks the new antenna field and displays state-of-the-art features, as well as the highest level of redundancy for infrastructure including power, cooling, network, security and computer systems.