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December 23rd, 2016
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Post Launch Maneuvers For JCSAT-15 All Proceeding As Planned
The satellite deployed its solar arrays on schedule and will fire the main thruster later today in order to propel the satellite toward  final, geosynchronous orbit.
Certifiably PIGI
The PIGI project enables people to rapidly experiment with new smallsat concepts.
SES Heading For EXPO 2020 Plus Offering A New White Paper
The world exhibition with the overall theme of “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” and the new White Paper reveals why satellites are the answer...
A Frost & Sullivan IoT Forecast From ReportLinker
While only accounting for 25.5 million units globally in 2015, the satellite IoT market is expected to grow at a faster pace than any other satellite market.
Inmarsat's Project Is A Precursor To Improving European Air Traffic Management
the Iris Precursor program initially focuses on continental Europe, but will eventually also benefit air traffic management in other regions around the world.
An Ongoing Discovery For SES' MX1 Platform
The “MX1 360” platform is fully integrated with the broadcaster’s systems...
Avanti On Again Off Again... Off Again... Off The Market And Ready To Launch
The problem was recognized in July when Avanti Communications put itself up for sale as a result of a major financial crisis triggered by covenants on its borrowings. 

Inmarsat's GX Aviation Into Eurowings Airbus 320 Fleet
The first installations have already been completed by Lufthansa Technik and testing is scheduled to commence in the New Year.
Globalstar Delighted With The FCC
The FCC is expected to release this order today...
A New DTH Platform Launched On ABS-2A
This new platform will broadcast more than 170 TV channels of local and international content.
Afghanistan's Roshan Receives Cellular Backhauling Support From SpeedCast
SpeedCast’s cellular backhaul suite of solutions, under the CelCast™ name, are designed to optimize satellite traffic...
Accurate Satellite Navigation From HUBER+SHUNER For Galileo
The Switzerland-based company is supplying radio frequency components to the project and...