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October 19th, 2017
 
 
Fourth Iridium NEXT Launch Scheduled
This launch signifies the mid-way point of the Iridium NEXT launch program and will deliver another 10 satellites to orbit, bringing the total number...
 
Fastest Electric Satellite Orbit Raising Ever Accomplished by the Airbus-Built  EUTELSAT-172B
EUTELSAT 172B was launched by Ariane 5 from Kourou, in French Guiana, on June 1. The Airbus spacecraft control center in Toulouse took...
 
United Launch Alliance Selected by NASA to Push Landsat 9 to Orbit
The Landsat 9 mission is scheduled with a contract launch date of June 2021 while protecting for the ability to launch as early as December 2020...
 
Spacecom Re-Signs with SpaceX for Launch Services
Spacecom has told the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange the company expects to use SpaceX for a launch in 2019 and, possibly, a further launch in 2020...
 
Global MilSatCom Hosts HPA as They Collaborate on Hosted Payload Workshop
a broad range of officials continue to see the urgency in addressing the many evolving issues regarding hosted payloads.
 
SSPI's Future Leaders Dinner and Mentor of the Year Awards Announced
This inspiring and entertaining event, held on the night before the 2017 NAB New York Show, celebrated three outstanding young satellite professionals...
 
When Natural Disasters Strike, OuterLink Brings IRIS to the Rescue
The IRIS PTT coverage has been actively available to civilian and first responders in Puerto Rico and the entire Florida and Caribbean region...
 
Airbus Foundation's Collaboration ... From Satellite to Supplies Supporting Mexico's Earthquake Victims 
Airbus Foundation continues support for earthquake victims in Mexico using broad range of partners, technologies
 
Satellite System Integration Key Focus of Committee on Earth Observation Satellites Plenary Assembly
CEOS brings space and other related agencies from across the world together to integrate their satellite systems. Their goal is to get the most...
 
Hot Fire Test of RS-25 Engine for NASA's EM-2 Mission is Successful
The RS-25 engines fire nonstop for 8.5 minutes and provide more than two million pounds of thrust. Aerojet Rocketdyne assembled engine E2063 in...
 
WTA Asks an Expert, Denis Onuoha, About Cyber Security ...
He has the overall responsibility for Security Risk Management, Information Assurance and Cyber Security for the company and ...
 
Orbit Logic is Scheduled to Provide Scheduling Software for NASA Wallops Ground Station
Orbit Logic’s delivered software will include STK Scheduler for contact deconfliction and schedule optimization, STK Pro for ...
 
A New Study by OBH SE's LuxSpace will Tackle ESA ADS-B Approaches
Known as “AirTracks,” the nine-month study will be developing new services for monitoring manned and unmanned aircraft. They will be used...