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May 5th, 2016
 
 
Fourth Time Should Be The Charm For SpaceX JCSAT-14 Launch On Friday
The launch is now scheduled for Friday at 1:21 a.m.
 
On The Show Floor... Gilat Heading Into CommunicAsia2016
At CommunicAsia2016, which runs from May 31 to June 3, attendees will learn of the work by Gilat that's behind these successful project implementations.
 
Hexagon Geospatial's SmartM.App Platform Gains Airbus EO Data
This content is now available through the Smart M.App platform, including new and archive very-high and high resolution optical imagery products from Pléiades (50 cm) and SPOT (1.5 m) satellites.
 
MEASAT & RR Media Drive CBS Reality Channel Into African Continent
CBS Reality features documentaries and real life dramas.
 
Milbank Reps O3b Networks In Acquisition Deal By SES
SES also has a call option to acquire all of the remaining 49.5 percent of the shares in O3b for a baseline sum of $710 million.
 
AFCEA International's Critical Issues In C4I Symposium Is Upcoming...
This event will take place at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, from May 18th through the 19th.
 
US Space LLC Files Suit Against Orbital ATK & ATK Space Systems For Breach Of Contract
ATK Space Systems was supposed to honor a 2010 agreement creating the ViviSat joint venture, US Space said.
 
Modernizing Military Enterprise SATCOM Terminals Is Harris Goal
Harris fixed-site terminals and hardened transportable terminals provide dual X- and Ka-band access to the new Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) network...
 
New Tactical Series INS Family Debuts From VectorNav
The Tactical Series leverages VectorNav's navigation algorithm expertise and extensive experience in integrating their Industrial Series products into a broad range of airborne, marine, and ground based platforms.
 
Globalsat Group Appoints Chief Financial Officer To US Team... He Will Streamline Operations 
 “there is an increasing amount of business being done in Latin America which requires meeting a special set of challenges, involving organizational, financial, regulatory and human factors.
 
Deep Space Industries Partners With The Luxembourg Government...Goes International With Asteroid Mining 
“We have been impressed by Luxembourg’s tangible actions to lead the creation of an asteroid resource economy.”