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November 14th, 2016
ULA's Successful Cool As A Cube WorldView-4 Launch 
ULA has established a very low-cost approach to both design and launch of CubeSats
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Roaring Rocket Sends Skyward ULA's Atlas V And WorldView-4
Aerojet Rocketdyne has flown more than 3,000 MR-106 series 6-9 lbf thrusters with 100 percent mission success.
Tyvak Enables Ride Share Of NRO CubeSat Mission Aboard Non-Governmental Launch
Tyvak partnered with Cal Poly, ULA, Lockheed Martin and DigitalGlobe in this rideshare opportunity, which was the first of its kind for the NRO.
A Matter Of... Dark Matter
This Dark Matter Particle Explorer, or DAMPE, satellite's main concern is the detection of high energy gamma rays, electrons and cosmic rays.
ESA's Whopper Of A Request... $12.2 Billion
other major issues need to be addressed such as the Norwegian government’s proposed 75 percent reduction in its contribution to ESA’s... 
Transcending Work Done By Advantech Wireless In Mexico & Chile
The Transcend™ 800 carries native video, IP and TDM traffic, where traffic is combined directly in the radio frame.
SATCOM Growth Continues For Global Government & Military Customers, NSR Reports
At more than $9 billion in retail revenues by 2025, all signs point towards a slow, cautious recovery.
German Spy Agency BND To Get Its Own Satellite... Less Dependence On US Secret Services
the German government has changed its stance towards security forces, with thousands of new appointments for its domestic spying agency and police.
Optus Satellite Garners Teleport Tier Recognition
The WTA announced that Optus Satellite achieved Full Certification for its four primary teleports...
SKYWAN 7000 From ND SatCom Empowers SOTM For SABC's SNG Vehicles
These vehicles will have the ability to transmit video (SD or HD), voice and data, all while on the move.
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Heavy Duty Ahead For Iridium Communications With Komatsu Limited
This agreement will enable Komatsu to integrate their vehicle monitoring system, KOMTRAX, with the Iridium ® network.
Power Poop Out Prevention By Keysight Technologies
Keysight Technologies, Inc. has now made available a battery-drain analysis solution.