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June 26th, 2017
 
 
OHB's Founders' Generosity Enables Successful Students' Nano Satellite Launch  
The difference is that this time the data will be available not only to scientists but also to hobby astronauts.
 
With GPS III in Full Production, the Next Step is Environmental Testing for Lockheed Martin
In May, the U.S. Air Force’s second GPS III satellite was fully assembled and entered into Space Vehicle (SV) single line flow when Lockheed Martin...
 
Post-Launch Maneuvers for BulgariSat-1 All According to SSL's Plan
The satellite was the second commercial launch on a previously flown Falcon 9 rocket and helps to prove the value of launch vehicle reuse. 
 
China's Journey to Build Their Largest Rocket to Launch Their Largest Satellite
weighing in at seven metric tonnes is one of the largest satellites that will be in geostationary orbit. 
 
Arianespace .... Going Up... Preps for a Lauch of a CondoSat and an ISRO Satellite
It's hard to believe that just two months or so ago there was so much unrest  that the Space Center was shut down. Arianespace is making up for lost time
 
Speedcast to Provide Connectivity for the Save the Children Organization
Speedcast provides C-band virtual network operator (VNO) services which allows Save the Children to allocate pooled bandwidth across their sites.
 
Now Available... WTA's Understanding and Improving the ROI of VSAT Networks...
WTA shares the insights and experiences of teleport operators and technology vendors in achieving greater efficiencies and reduced costs, both capex and opex.
 
RBC Signals Celebrates the Riches of Communicating With Sky and Space Global's Three Diamond Satellites  
This success reveals the capabilities of these first of the fleet of satellites, via the company’s newest antenna in Alaska.
 
SES Networks and Primacom Double Broadband Speed for Vessels in Asia-Pacific 
enable Primacom to double broadband speeds for connecting vessels within the Asia-Pacific region.