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July 18th, 2016
 
 
From Microbes To Heart Cells To Bone Breakdown—SpaceX's Important Instruments Heading To ISS
These investigations will bring the delivered instruments into play to perform the first-ever DNA sequencing in space and the first international docking adapter for commercial spacecraft.
 
Centennial Celebration For The Boeing Company
The company started as a builder of wood and fabric floatplanes in a Seattle boathouse.
 
Fleshing Out Advantech Wireless' A-SAT-II™ Platform With New Technology
WideSAT™ technology will be incorporated into current and future products. 
 
Students Rocketing Their Way To Success
The teams designed, built and launched rockets with the goal of reaching an altitude of exactly 850 feet within a 44- to 46-second flight window.
 
NSS Salutes Boeing's Century Anniversary... Their Positive Record Inspires The Aerospace World... 'You Just Wait'
Because of Boeing's direct efforts it can be said that humanity is now truly living and working in space.
 
Climbing & Crossing High Mountains & Polar Caps — Inmarsat To Support Sir Fiennes Charitable Extreme Efforts
The veteran adventurer will be able to highlight his fundraising campaign and share his experiences thanks to a package of SATCOM equipment and airtime supplied by Inmarsat.
 
STEMming Boredom—Northrop Grumman Foundation Sponsors Space Camp For Students & Teachers
This year Northrop Grumman and the Northrop Grumman Foundation sponsored 80 students and 48 teachers.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Lights Up... Tests RS-68A Engine To Ensure Assured Access to Space 
This is Aerojet Rocketdyne’s 119th hot-fire test on the production model of the RS-68 engine family.
 
Nine New PCMs For Orbital ATK's Cygnus From Thales Alenia Space
These elements include a lighter and more efficient solution for storing and constraining cargo inside the module.
 
RigNet's Customers Are On The Receiving End Of Positive Practices As They Plan A Restructure
"We believe that this action creates the right structure and a properly sized organization to better position us for the future.”
 
Sultanate Satellite Seminar
This was the second seminar of its kind related to satellite.
 
SatTV Philippine B-Ball Slam Dunk
A huge focus will be given on bringing the games to those who cannot come to Manila to watch the games live.