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December 21st, 2016
 
 
Spacecom To Acquire Amos 17 Satellite From Boeing Satellite Systems International
Spacecom will be spending approximately $161 million for this satellite order...
 
Avanti Communications Group PLC Goes For a Refi & Not A Sale
"Securing the underwriting of core bond investors to launch this major refinancing gives us a high degree of confidence that it will complete in January."—Paul Walsh, Chairman
 
As Van Herck Departs From Newtec The Company Enjoys Revenue Growth
Named to replace Mr. Van Herck by the Newtec Board of Directors is Thomas Van den Driessche...
 
Questions Arise After Anomaly Of NASA's Webb Telescope  
once it's in orbit there's no way that it can just pull over to the side of the road and lift up the hood and wait for a tow truck...
 
Arianespce's Work Horse Soared To Success Launching Star One D1 And JCSAT-15
Today's launch involves former satisfied customers whose experience with Arianespace goes back a long ways.
 
Snapping Up SnapTV
The deal with SnapTV signifies the start of NSSLGlobal’s new investment program wherein the firm proactively seeks young, innovative companies to invest in...
 
Airbus Defence And Space Goes Tripping With A Brain...MetOp-C Weather Sat
This is a big brain to be shipped to various companies that weighs around 2.1 tonnes,
 
Electra™ X2 Empowers DTH Teleport
Harmonic's Electra™ X2 advanced media processor provides high-quality, low-bandwidth MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC variable-bitrate encoding of...
 
KSF Space Assistance For Student Training With Smallsats
Thirty-five cubesats are envisaged to be provided by universities in 19 European countries...
 
Relationship Expansion 'Tween Telesat & OmniAccess For Maritime Ministrations
OmniAccess chose the HTS Caribbean beam of Telesat’s Telstar 12 VANTAGE to bring a new standard of ...
 
A Tripartite SatBroadcasting™ Endeavor By AsiaSat, Globecast and Deutsche Welle
DW in HD is an additional offering next to the existing TV channel in SD and radio services on AsiaSat 7...