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September 18th, 2016
 
 
Second Sunday Update: ULA Changes Launch Of WorldView-4 Due To A Fire Further Out... September 26  
it's designed to see objects 1-foot-wide in panchromatic mode, has a 4-foot resolution in color, and images 263,000 square miles of the Earth’s surface per day
 
A CubeSat's Aqua Approach To The Moon Under Development By Cornell University Students
The team is led by Mason Peck, a former senior official at NASA and associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
 
NOAA To Purchase Weather Data From GeoOptics
GeoOptics is launching a constellation of smallsats designed to create the most detailed picture of the Earth’s atmosphere, surface and subsurface ever assembled.
 
Euroconsult Sees Continuing Expansion For EO Manufacturing & Data Markets
The commercial data market totaled $1.7 billion in 2015 and is anticipated to total $3 billion in 2025.
 
Critical Analysis Acceleration For The Intelligence Community
General Dynamics will design and develop a cloud-based threat detection and analysis platform.
 
Air & Missile Defence Systems Integration The Focus Of Upcoming SMi Event
The conference will feature expert briefings from high-level keynote speakers from military forces at the forefront of air missile defence capability.
 
Purchase Your Future Leaders Dinner 2016 Tickets ASAP
The 11th annual SSPI Future Leaders Dinner will take place on the first night of the 2016 NAB New York Show, Wednesday, November 9th at The Penn Club in New York City.
 
NSR Tackles HTS Growth
HTS will grow from approximately 15 percent of total global SATCOM revenues to nearly 50 percent by 2025.
 
X2nSat Has Their Finger On The Pulse Of Healthcare With SatBlue
"When it comes to healthcare, a backup communications solution not only keeps the business running, it can help save lives."
 
A GPS Time & Frequency System For Tactical Ops From TRAK
The 8836 can be synchronized from the internal GPS receiver or from an external GPS 1PPS.