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April 12th, 2016
 
 
USAFA FalconSAT Update During 32nd Space Symposium
FalconSAT is the U.S. Air Force Academy's capstone undergraduate systems engineering course.
 
Slovakian Smallsat To Gain Orbit Mid-Year
The pocket-sized one-unit CubeSat, named skCUBE, is currently slated for liftoff this June atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that will liftoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
 
Bigelow's Spatial Habitats Involve United Launch Alliance Boost
The volumes will be based on the Bigelow Aerospace B330 expandable module with the initial launch to orbit in 2020 on ULA's Atlas V 552 configuration launch vehicle.
 
Curtiss-Wright's KAM-500 Destined For Rocket Lab's Electron
Curtiss-Wright will supply Rocket Lab with its Space COTS Acra KAM-500 DAU products.
 
Flash For NISAR
This Airbus D&S flash-based solution offers 60 percent better performance, is also 2.5 times lighter, 5 times smaller and consumes 3.5 times less power than previous offerings.
 
UHD Live European Sports Event To APAC Viewers Via AsiaSat 4
This will be the first ever live UHD telecast of a major European football competition match in the Asia Pacific
 
Weebill's HyperQube Needs A Kick
Weebill wants to put its 10cm x 10cm x 10cm satellite—the HyperQube—into the hands of consumers, businesses and actually anyone who wants access to space.
 
Blue Canyon Technologies' 6U Spacecraft Selected By Colorado State University To Test Storms And More
A future five-satellite TEMPEST mission would provide the first temporal observations of cloud and precipitation processes on a global scale.
 
ONE CONNXT Chosen By ONE World Sports For NASL Defending Champions... NY Cosmos 
“We are extremely excited about the quality, speed and low cost of ONE CONNXT’s video transport capabilities and ...
 
Blue Canyon Technologies To Build CubeRRT For Ohio State University 
RFI is a growing concern for Earth science observations due to its negative impact on science measurements with microwave radiometers.