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August 28th, 2017
 
 
India's Back-Up NavSat Set for End of Month Launch
IRNSS-1H will be a 'back-up' navigation satellite for IRNSS-1A, whose three rubidium atomic clocks on board have stopped functioning...
 
Shanghai's Jiading District to Launch Their Own Smallsat
The OKW-01 satellite will be sent to a sun-synchronous orbit 700 kilometers from Earth and the satellite will become part of a planned constellation.
 
SES Changes Satellite Launch Plans
Both SES-12 and SES-14 are using electric propulsion for orbit-raising and will enter into service some four to six months after launch...
 
Russia and China to Work Together on Space Programs
This bilateral agreement will cover five areas —  lunar and deep space exploration, special materials development, satellite systems collaboration...
 
Telkom Indonesia's Telkom-1 Disruption Affects Banking Client
One of the satellite service's clients is Bank Mandiri (BMRI) and they have moved their banking services to a GSM system, as approximately 13 percent...
 
EM Solutions' Cobra Tri-Band Maritime Terminals Launched Aboard Australian Navy Vessels
The Cobra tri-band terminal supports four connected modems, enables simultaneous communication at X- and Ka-bands, provides services on both...
 
Speedcast and Danaos Partner to Speed Up the Digitalization of Maritime Industry
jointly release a remote and autonomous IT system on board a vessel, with technologies like big data analytics, internet of things (IoT) and cyber security.
 
UltiSat's Ultimate Win of $2.5 Billion to Service GSA's Complex Commercial SATCOM Solutions
enables U.S. federal agencies to purchase turnkey managed network solutions incorporating commercial satellite communication products and ...
 
SPOT 6/7 Farming Just Got Better with Improved Satshot Mapping Imagery and Airbus
deep analysis of specific farmland for further improved operations and efficiency.
 
Dynetics to Make 'Sweet Home Alabama' as They Break Ground on Aerospace Complex
Huntsville-based Dynetics will use the new facility to build components for NASA’s new Space Launch System as well as ...
 
SpaceX Will Care for the Dragons Now with Regulatory Approval to Move Forward  
will play host to a temporary Dragon processing and refurbishment facility until a permanent location is found. And a "static test fire" stand near ...