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April 17th, 2017
Cygnus To Launch In 3D, Courtesy of NASA, ULA and Orbital ATK
To view in 360, use a mouse or move a personal device to look up and down, back and forth...
ULA Reports All Is Well for Upcoming OA-7 Cygnus Resupply Mission
OA-7 will include approximately 3,380 kg (7,452 lb) of internal cargo and an 83 kg (183 lb) external deployer carrying CubeSats.
Orbital ATK Honors Astronaut John Glenn ... Spacecraft OA-7 Cygnus Ready to Launch 
Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth...
It's Cool to Build a Cube Satellite and Belong to this Organization 
“Earth is just one pinch of sand in the universe.”
Satellite Crashes Could Soar by 50 Percent Due to Lower Costs and Glut of Launches
'There has been a paradigm shift in the manufacturing of satellites. The cost of making a single communications satellite usually runs to hundreds of millions of pounds...'
Spectracom and Talen-X Combine Forces for Advanced PNT Solutions
Many mission critical operations require highly accurate and reliable PNT data but often rely on  GPS/GNSS satellites that are increasingly susceptible...
Technology Advances Made Possible Through ZERO-G Research Flights
A collection of flights on G-FORCE ONE, ZERO-G’s specially modified Boeing 727, gave researchers the chance to run experiments and test innovative systems...
UltiSat Awarded A CTC Task Order By DISA
UltiSat will provide bandwidth needed in order to support the USAF Space Test and Training Range (STTR)...
On The NABSHOW Floor... 4K Video Stream From Space
Reaching for the Stars: Connecting to the Future with NASA and Hollywood” will take place at 10:30 a.m. on...
VORAGO Technologies' ISO 9001 Certification Indicates Positive Management 
Their customers trust their products to operate reliably in the most extreme environments.