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September 26th, 2017
 
 
Australian Move to Establish a National Space Agency Praised by Major Space Agency Leaders
the Australian Government used the opening of the International Astronautical Congress in South Australia, to announce a national space agency... 
 
The Build, The Integration, The Testing — ViaSat and Boeing Work on Two ViaSat-3 Class Satellites
According to the company, the ViaSat-3 class of Ka-band satellites is expected to provide unprecedented capabilities in terms of service speed...
 
SSTL's Big Deal About NovaSAR-S Small Radar Sat at Big Country, Big Sky, Big Ideas
The agreement gives CSIRO tasking priorities and the ability to access the raw data directly from the satellite, and a license to use and share... 
 
Comtech Xicom Technology's GaN SSPA Product Family Expands
The company is working with customers to deploy X-band GaN SSPAs across a broad spectrum of power levels in small-to-medium sized terminals...
 
Russia Possibly Will Assist United Arab Emirates with an Astronaut Program
The partnership may involve manned programs, and, as far as I understand, it is not about a tourist flight — the Arab side is interested in creating its own cosmonaut team...
 
CETel Scores with Global VSAT Forum Award
The award is given in recognition of outstanding service provision of the example of a network for a customer from the raw material industry...
 
Best Ground Technology Award from the GVF Event Goes to Integrasys
Alusat automates at the NOC end any RF health check without the need to travel to the remote site, driving a huge cost saving for in the network...
 
A Big Deal ... COMSAT's 10-Year $2.5 Billion Will Provide GSA Worldwide Complex Commercial SATCOM Solutions 
High fives and smiles probably were a part of this company's announcement when they were awarded this healthy contract...
 
SES' emergency.lu's Critical Connectivity to Caribbean's Coordination Center Following Irma and Maria 
infrastructures are badly damaged or destroyed, and the situation intensifies if first responders, emergency services and hospitals have no access to ...