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June 14th, 2016
ILS' Statement Regarding The Launch Of Intelsat 31
“A launch is always a culmination of years of hard work and dedication that begin with the design and manufacture of the satellite up to its delivery to orbit."
MUOS-5 Completes Constellation For US Navy’s New Network
Ready to Go: Lockheed Martin-Built MUOS-5 Secure Communications Satellite Encapsulated for June 24 Launch
Telespazio France + exactEarth's Contract Provides The Exact Satellite AIS Services That French Navy Needs
...will provide a Satellite AIS data feed of the French economic exclusion zone, which encompasses 11 million square kilometers, to Telespazio France ...
Copernicus Masters Offers Prizes For Best Concepts + Ideas For Use Of EO Data
The sixth edition of Copernicus Masters is now looking for outstanding ideas.
Ariane 6's First Design Phase Has Now Been Finalized By Airbus Safran Launchers
The company's conclusions were presented to ESA on June 10.
Planetary Resources Is Getting Closer...Partnering With The Government Of Luxembourg To Advance The Space Resource Industry
Core hardware and software technologies developed at Planetary Resources were tested last year when the Arkyd-3R satellite was deployed from the International Space Station.
Marlink Provides Guest Connectivity With State-Of-The-Art Technology For MSC Cruises' Fleet 
MSC Cruises will provide bandwidth to its 12 existing ships as well as the next-generation ships currently under construction, including MSC Meraviglia and MSC Seaside.
APAC Weather Alerts + Seismic Data For NOAA Via SES + O3b Networks Services Installation
The task order is part of the NOAA Worldwide Satellite Communications Systems II (WSCS II) contract.
National Science Foundation's Antarctic Broadband Network RFI Tackled By LeoSat
NSF has reached out to LeoSat with a request to respond to the the RFIs to allow LeoSat’s information to be included in NSF’s planning.
Genscape™ Is Sure To Stay On Track With ORBCOMM's Satellite AIS
ORBCOMM’s advanced satellite network provides revisit rates of eight to fifteen minutes over most of the world ... and as short as one minute in many areas.