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March 22nd, 2016
 
 
United Arab Emirates Space Agency Signs On With JAXA + Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Launch Services
In order to better understand the Martian atmosphere and climate, Hope is expected to be launched in the summer of 2020 on MHI's H-IIA launch vehicle.
 
ULA Launches A Big One... Resupply Mission... Heaviest Payload On An Atlas V To Date
...and, with a payload of more than 16,000 pounds, was the heaviest payload to launch on an Atlas V to date.
 
New Tech + Offerings From Bridge Technologies To Be Presented @ NAB 2016
Bridge Technologies will also show its innovative technology for exploring monitoring data in a live NLE-style interface.
 
SOTM Antennas + More From C-COM @ NAB2016
C-COM invites attendees to visit their booth to learn more about a variety of products.
 
NSR Publishes The 6th Edition Of their Satellite Manufacturing + Launch Services Report
Commercial GEO communications will continue to be the highest value market segment at a stable $6 billion per year.
 
It's Now History For SES Platform Services + A&E
FluidMAM will store all of The History Channel Germany’s content from crime, family and lifestyle shows on A&E to historical documentaries for HISTORY.
 
Globecomm To Provide Best-In-Class IPTV System To Deployed US Government Personnel
Deployed personnel can have the option of viewing over 100 channels of network TV, sports, news, premium channels and video-on-demand selections. 
 
Cobham SATCOM's NexGen MSAT system Integrates Radio, Cellular + SATCOM Nets
EXPLORER MSAT-G3 is an IP-based Push-To-Talk (PTT) radio communications system that uniquely supports Satellite/3G/LTE/LAN backhaul and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) integration.
 
Information + Communication Technology Solutions Developed By Marlink + SITAONAIR
Starting this year, Marlink will make Global DataLink Plus available to its customers worldwide.
 
Keysight Technologies Releases New Sampling Oscilloscopes
The N1092X DCA-M is a sampling oscilloscope family designed specifically to perform compliance tests quickly and accurately.
 
Paragon Wins NASA SBIR Phase II ...Technology To Improve Cryogenic Fluid Management For In-Space Transportation
The Phase II effort will design and test a novel, high performance, inflatable system to address the agency’s near-term needs