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March 2nd, 2017
 
 
Virgin Orbit enters the commercial space environs
Virgin Orbit will offer flexible, routine and low cost launch services for small satellites (smallsats) via the LauncherOne system.
 
Series A Financing for Astro Digital
The firm is now announcing a Series A financing round to the tune of $16.64 million from a syndicate of family funds.
 
Here comes the sun, a successful feat for NASA's BGOES-16 and SUVI
SUVI is a telescope that monitors the sun in the extreme ultraviolet wavelength range.
 
Thaicom demos V-Nova's Perseus™ decoded video
PERSEUS software closes the capacity gap for quality delivery to connected devices over existing networks...
 
Upcoming COMSYS VSAT Report reveals iDirect's lead
The report documents iDirect’s successful efforts to create a common platform with the introduction of Universal Line Cards (ULCs)...
 
SSL's gimbal goes to ISS for NASA Raven demo
aven will use the two-axis gimbal mechanism to point its Rendezvous and Proximity Operations sensors...
 
CPI's ASC Signal Division's President to speak at D.C. show
Mr. Buckley will join executives from teleport operators worldwide during the World Teleport Association’s annual track of panels...
 
Russia's Angara full cycle rocket manufacturing to start
The production facility is due to be ready in the second quarter of 2017...
 
A timely expansion of HTS and DVB-S2X product portfolio by Newtec
The wideband DVB-S2X and scalable Newtec Dialog® XIF Hubs provide high throughput, high density and carrier grade solutions, as part of the...
 
Advantech Wireless and SatixFy create C7700 VSAT Router at Satellite 2017
This pushes the bandwidth efficiency to the extreme in a compact VSAT router, closer to absolute maximum efficiency, the Shannon Capacity Limit.
 
PCI Geomatics team increases... more scientists take on more changes
He recently implemented Semi-global Matching (SGM) techniques for extraction of stereo elevation information from high-resolution aerial and satellite imagery.