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June 13th, 2017
 
 
Ghana's First Smallsat Set to Make Orbital History in Early July from ISS
GhanaSat 1 will be deployed from the International Space Station (ISS) into orbit at an estimated altitude of 400 kilometers...
 
Nammo Acquires Moog's In-Space Propulsion Operations in the UK and Ireland
This deal is expected to strengthen Nammo’s position as one of the world’s leading providers of compact thrusters and rocket engines for...
 
ViaSat's Chairman and CEO, Mark Dankberg, Will Deliver Keynote Address at the Satellite Innovation Symposium
Mark is an acknowledged industry expert whose visionary leadership has fostered the next-generation in HTS broadband...
 
NASA's ISS Readies for a 'Home Delivery' and Launch of Soyuz with Progress 67P 
Progress 67 will remain docked at the station for almost six months before departing in December
 
Refined Kerosene to be Flight Tested as Semi-Cryogenic Engine Fuel by ISRO by 2021
LPSC had developed the cryogenic engine for the GSLV Mk-II and the much powerful one for the GSLV Mk-III.
 
NextSTEP Contract for a Commercial Habitat Concept Study Signed by NanoRacks with NASA
The contract will focus on repurposing spent launch vehicle upper stages. NanoRacks is working with United Launch Alliance (ULA) to provide...
 
The 45th CGMS Meeting to be Hosted by the Korea Meteorological Administration
he results of a survey of existing and planned climate records of essential climate variables observable from space performed by the...
 
Inmarsat Fleet Xpress Commitment by Speedcast for High-End Vessels
Adding to the initial commitment to deploy Fleet Xpress onboard approximately 2,000 vessels over five years, the additional provision has...
 
This Time Telesat's Kudos Are Awarded to the Government of Canada for Their Defense Policy
to acquire space-based systems that will enhance and improve tactical narrow- and wide-band communications globally and throughout the Arctic
 
Qualcomm Engages In Limited Satellite Antenna Pattern Testing
The testing requires a large separation distance to gather far field data due to the frequencies and antenna aperture size and can’t be done in...
 
PCI Geomatics' GXL Systems Goes to Work with L3 Technologies Link Simulation and Training
GXL is a geospatial image-processing system designed to leverage modern computing hardware, such as multi-core CPUs and GPUs...