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November 4th, 2016
 
 
US Navy and Lockheed Martin Delighted With Successful MUOS 5 Deployment
The satellite will begin on orbit testing before being turned over to the USN for further testing and eventual commissioning into service. 
 
GOES-R... No Go...Now Yes Go
An issue has been discovered with the Atlas V booster.
 
Spacecom To Receive Insurance Payment For Amos-6 Dilemma
The sum will be paid directly into Spacecom's bank account during the month of November, 2016.
 
BlogBeams  — AsiaSat 9 Build's Continued Progress
AsiaSat 9 is scheduled for launch in 2017.
 
IAG's Commitment... Install Inmarsat's European Aviation Network On Narrowbodies
IAG will deploy the EAN service on the first of its aircraft, a British Airways A321, in the summer of 2017.
 
An Emergency Manual For Humanitarian Ops To Be Created By SES
SES was chosen from their experience in similar emergency manual digital platforms for crisis response and ...
 
SSL's Celli Is Feted By The World Space Risk Forum (WSRF)
Over the course of his career, Mr. Celli has worked closely with most of the world's leading satellite operators.
 
A Higher Enablement By Cobham SATCOM and Inmarsat
This further supports the ultimate objective to use broadband technology and avionics for data transmission.
 
Acquiring Euros For Asteroid Mining Missions Is Planetary Resources, Inc.
The funding will accelerate technical advancements, aim to launch the first commercial asteroid prospecting mission by 2020.
 
Deep Space Comms Further Enabled At Tidbinbilla
The device is the second one of its kind at the complex and forms part of the US space agency's Deep Space Network.
 
A Higher Enablement By Cobham SATCOM and Inmarsat
This further supports the ultimate objective to use broadband technology and avionics for data transmission.
 
Satellite Believed To Be Deceased Decides To Chat
This was one of the satellites designed and built by Lincoln Laboratory at MIT between 1965 and 1976 for testing satellite communication techniques.
 
Multiple Signals Over Multiple Frequencies Has Vector Space Systems Engaging With ATLAS Space Operations
This technology inclusion will enable Vector to provide a space-to-ground comms network from the Galactic Sky division to their customers through ATLAS LINK.