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October 3rd, 2016
Telesat’s Anik F2 Satellite Service Restored Many Frustrated Agencies Such As...
The outage would also have impacted ATMs and aircraft in some communities, said John Flaherty, vice-president of marketing for Telesat, early Monday morning. 
A Lofting They Will Do... Arianespace Preps For The Upcoming Galileo Mission
This launcher is an Ariane 5 ES version that began the integration process earlier in the week.
Launch Reminder: nbn™'s SkyMuster II & ISRO's GSAT-18 Satellites To Advance To Orbit Tomorrow
This Ariane 5 flight will be the 280th mission empowered by the Arianespace launcher family.
NOAA/NASA What GOES-R Around Comes Around As An Advanced Weather Sat
will significantly improve the detection and observation of environmental phenomena that directly affect public safety, protection of property and the nation’s economic health and prosperity.
Riding With Globecomm Sat Phones Support For Wounded Vets
The phones will enable ride organizers to contact public safety officials if there is an emergency when the riders are beyond the range of cell phone coverage.
In Memory Of Jos Heyman, Senior Contributor
Jos succumbed to his illnesses on September 30th in Perth.
Advantech Wireless Has 'em Coming Back For More & They're Certified Military-Grade Modems 
AMT-83L line of modems from Advantech Wireless, are the first satellite modems to be MIL-STD-188-165A certified.
Orbital ATK Paving The Way To Mars — See For Yourself...
Cislunar space is the ideal environment to prove out the systems required for human exploration of Mars.
SpaceX And The Mystery Of The Explosion... May Include Sabotage
A real page turner if this was a suspense novel, but it's real life and real companies—and real interesting.
DoD Modernization Efforts Result In GPS Source Enhanced D3 Offering
The Enhanced D3 is a cost effective and comprehensive solution that supports Department of Defense (DoD) GPS modernization efforts.