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October 5th, 2016
No Neckties Were Involved In The Success Of Arianespace's Sky Muster™II & GSAT-18 Launch
From Arianespace's Spaceport in French Guiana the Sky Muster™ launch went without a hitch, indicating that SSL's president, John Celli was not wearing a tie.
Comtech Telecommunications Says "Hello Again" At The Return Of CEO, New COO & Other Management Changes
Some executive changes are underway at Comtech Telecommunications Corp. in which 'hello again' might be an appropriate greeting
Please see corrected photo of Mr. Kornberg
MDA's US Plans Include New Board & Executive Appointments
MDA has revealed several important appointments as the firm continues their previously announced US Access Plan strategy.
MOU Between KSF & IOS For Smallsat Shots
Under the agreement, Interorbital Systems will identify launch opportunities and provide associated pre-launch support to KSF Space Foundation.
What A Good Blue Origin... Rocket Went Up And Came Down So, Jeff, Time For A Party
Mr. Bezos, you'd better make room in the museum and hire the caterers. Looks like the mission ran without a hitch...
Congress Chimes In On The SpaceX Explosion Investigation
We encourage FAA to continue to leverage its considerable investigative expertise to help SpaceX come to resolution swiftly and safely.
Orbital ATK Implements New Engines To Empower Antares Drive To ISS
The launch of the Antares 230 vehicle is scheduled to occur on October 13th.
SpeedCast's Beylier Gains Another Award
The accolade recognized Beylier's contributions to the SATCOM industry and was presented to him during an October 4th awards ceremony.
PerúSAT-1 Is Snapping... Earth Observation Satellite Sends Back First Images
Constructed in a record time of less than 24 months, PerúSAT-1 is currently the most powerful Earth observation satellite in the Latin American region.
Gee, A New Distribution Agreement With Lagardère For GEE
GEE has the rights to distribute more than 10,000 hours of live and produced sports programming to commercial flights and ships at sea through its global VSAT networks.