Current Satellite News
September 28th, 2017
Double Dealing by Arianespace: COSMO CSG x2 Satellites and Vega Launchers Ordered Up
The COSMO-SkyMed Second-Generation satellites are Earth Observation (EO) spacecraft featuring state-of-the-art technologies and ...
GOMSpace Hired by AISTECH to Build Dozens and Dozens of Smallsats
Under this Agreement, AISTECH plans to procure standard platforms of different sizes that will be used to build their upcoming multipurpose...
A Little Bit of a Tweet About a Big Deal ...Airbus' Combination Garbage Satellite and Space Tug
A little Tweet with big news from Airbus ...
ILS' Proton M Gives a Heavy Lift Launch for AsiaSat-9 Satellite
The journey for the satellite will be a nine hour launch profile
ILS' Statement Regarding Proton's Successful Launch of the AsiaSat 9 Satellite
“With Proton’s unique optimized delivery to orbit, extending the lifetime of the AsiaSat 9 satellite, AsiaSat is once again ..."
AsiaSat's Statement Following Successful Launch of AsiaSat 9
AsiaSat acquired the first signals from the satellite in Hong Kong 7 hours, 54 minutes after the launch, and approximately 9 hours, 13 minutes after lift-off.
India Makes a Date for the Moon ... 2018 with Chandrayaan 2
The mission was lauded for costing a fraction — about $80 million — of similar missions. The Japanese’s SELENE cost $480 million.
nSight-1 is Out of Sight in Space for 120 Days and That's a Good Thing!
The nSight-1 mission has recently achieved yet another milestone ...
iDirect's iQ Series to Support Datagroup's VSAT Services in the Ukraine
Datagroup will leverage the iDirect network to offer high-speed connectivity to a wide range of enterprise markets, enabling cost-effective deployment of...
Boeing Helps Again ... Donates Additional $1 Million to Hurricane Recovery and Relief Efforts
Contributions directed to areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria
U.S. Air Force Uses DISA-Managed Network to Communicate with ORS-5
ORS-5 is a single-satellite constellation with a primary mission to provide surveillance of activity in the geosynchronous orbit belt