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March 1st, 2016
Rocket Propulsion Systems Contracts Awarded By USAF's Space and Missile Systems Center
The OTA awards are part of a comprehensive Air Force plan to transition off the Russian-supplied RD-180 propulsion system.
A Tower Of Power Is The Space Foundation's 32nd Space Symposium
The 32nd Space Symposium opening ceremony on April 11 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs will feature a performance by the band Tower of Power and several award presentations.
Arabsat Graces CETel With Operations Award
The award recognizes CETel for following standard operating procedures and as the “best customer following Arabsat Space segment Access Procedures.”
Gilat + Gogo Going Great
The new mobility feature set of SkyEdge II-c incorporates significant technological advances to support the growing demand for IFC services.
L-3 ETI Heads Into APAC With Watanabe
L-3 Electron Technologies, Inc. (L-3 ETI) is part of the Space & Power sector of L-3’s Communication Systems business segment.
CABSAT 2016 Gets Underway In Dubai This Week
As the leading platform for the broadcast, satellite and content sectors across the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA), CABSAT provides a tailored platform for regional satellite providers.
Interference Needs To Be Controlled... Learn How @ Interference Workshops @ CABSAT + Satellite 2016
"...these workshops also help us listen to the industry and understand its current challenges with interference scenarios."
Airbus Defense + Space's Solar Array For Orion Is Tested... Comes Through w/Flying Colors
“A crewed mission to the Moon involves challenging requirements for the design and development of a solar array."
Satellite Industry Association Appoints New Senior Director Of Policy... She Was In Royal Canadian Air Force
In this role, Ms. Weeden will support SIA’s work on government services, regulatory, legislative, defense, export-control and trade issues of critical importance to the association’s membership.
A Rover Arm From SSL For JPL
The arm will be used on a rover vehicle exploring Mars to process and store samples acquired from the planet’s surface.