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July 19th, 2017
 
 
Satellite Innovation Symposium — OneWeb's Greg Wyler to Keynote Day Two
This symposium offers the perfect opportunity to learn from leaders who are shaping today's and tomorrow's SATCOM industry...
 
Sierra Nevada Corporation + United Launch Alliance - DreamChaser's First Two Missions to be Boosted by Atlas V
The two awarded Atlas V missions will carry pressurized and unpressurized cargo to the International Space Station (ISS).
 
PCI Geomatics - Large-Scale Geo-Image Production with the Just Released GXL 2017
GXL 2017 features more precise elevation modelling for satellite and aerial projects and highly accurate extraction of tri-stereo digital elevation models (DEM)...
 
Cobham SATCOM: MSAG-G3 Services First Commercial User
EXPLORER MSAT-G3 allows for a broad range of new, high-quality voice and data applications over a secure communications link for diverse users...
 
MT Aerospace - CFRP Booster Casings Pass Crucial Technology Test
With a diameter of 3.5 meters and a length of 6 meters, the booster was tested at the Materials Testing Institute in Stuttgart, Germany, to determine...
 
WORK Microwave - On the IBC2017 Show Floor
WORK Microwave will demonstrate the latest enhancements to the firm's satellite technologies portfolio, including a new high-performance DVB-S2X...
 
SES + ATM System - Bringing the World Games 2017 to European Viewers
The international event, taking place in Wroclaw, Poland, from July 20 to 30, 2017, will be transmitted via two SES satellites...
 
ST Engineering's Electronics Arm Muscles Contracts Worth Approximately S$490m in 2Q2017
This company's electronics arm did well in the second quarter of 2017 with contracts secured that total approximately S$490m ($358M US) for ...
 
A Paragon of Thermal Control Radiators Selected by Sierra Nevada Corporation 
Everything must be a paragon, a model of excellence, and so...
 
International Institute of Space Commerce's New Executive Director a Veteran of Human Space Flight
“My dream is to help as many people achieve space flight as possible, and to have a good portion of them make money doing so.”
 
NASA’s Sleepy HERA XIII Crew Comes Home After Deprivation Experiment ... Only They Never Left Earth 
It's bad enough if you can't sleep for a day or two, or have a baby that gets you up every two hours, but NASA purposely conducted an experiment ...
 
LizardTech + Extensis - A DAM Solution Provided with Portfolio™ 2017
The DAM solution indexes and catalogs photographs, videos, maps, audio files, Adobe® Creative Cloud® applications and Microsoft® Office documents...