Current Satellite News
August 15th, 2016
JCSAT-16 Post Launch Maneuvers Are All Good
The satellite deployed its solar arrays on schedule following the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
Dual Intelsat Satellites Can Count On Arianespace Steadfastness For Upcoming Spatial Traverse
The upper portion of Ariane 5's dual-passenger configuration is now complete.
Jakarta Assembly For Alpha Satcom
Alpha Satcom, working with PT Paradise Communications, now adds iForte to their growing list of global customers.
NASA''s Sat Shots Of Louisiana... Anything But 'Big Easy'
Feast or famine—flood or drought—sometimes it seems as though nature only works in the extremes.
Globecomm's Scardino To Board Of Director's Position For SSPI's Northeast Chapter
SSPI is the satellite industry’s oldest and largest trade association for industry professionals and has local chapters worldwide.
London Has The Honors For This Year's Global MilSatCom Conference
Sponsored by SMi Group and Northern Sky Research (NSR), this event has been described as the best networking event by past attendees for those involved in MILSATCOM market segments.
NASA's Newest... Ixion Initiative Team Tests Converting Rockets Into Habitats For Humanity In Space
...will demonstrate a revolutionary, low-cost concept via the conversion of a Centaur rocket upper stage which will be attached to the International Space Station
NASA's OSIRIS-REx To Tame An Astroid
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is traveling to Bennu, a carbonaceous asteroid whose regolith may record the earliest history of our solar system.