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November 9th, 2017
 
 
Veterans Day, Lest We Forget...
Veterans Day, lest we forget...
 
Airbus and European Space Agency Associate for ARTES On Orbit Demonstrator
The on orbit project (known as IODA – In Orbit Demonstrator by Airbus) will develop the key elements, including infrastructure (spacecraft, payload and...
 
SpaceX Agrees to Launch TÜRKSAT 5A and 5B Aatellites
The agreement to build and launch satellites will be worth around $500 million, the Chairman of Turksat said during his speech at the same event....
 
NMT Students Lit Up the Skies Launching a Mustang, an Innovative Rocket at Spaceport America
These custom-designed subsystems performed according to design and the payload section was recovered fully intact, however... 
 
On the Europort Show Floor — Thuraya to Showcase Their On-Sea and Vessel Comms Offerings
At the event, the satellite operator is showcasing their latest maritime terminal, Thuraya Atlas IP+, as well as a range of its SATCOM equipment ...
 
Landsat Satellite Data Usability Significantly Improved by USGS
This initial ARD release includes Landsat 4-8 imagery of the conterminous United States, Alaska and Hawaii. In the future, the USGS plans to add the...
 
The Indian Space Research Organisation Goes for Double and Plans to Launch Twice as Many Satellites
Requirements have gone up. We also have to fill up the backlog. We are targeting to double the launch frequency to 18 per year from 2018-19
 
SIA Applauds Confirmation of David Redl, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information, Department of Commerce
he Assistant Secretary serves as Administrator of the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) and is also the...
 
Maritime Crew Members Offered CrewReach from Speedcast
CrewReach is available for all unlocked smartphones and is managed via a mobile app (available for iOS and Android devices). The mobile app puts ...
 
National Defense Authorization Act Really Initiates Space Reforms for the U.S. Air Force [SpaceNews]
Air Force Space Command is the focal point for a "space service" and will have the authority to organize, train and equip all U.S. Air Force space ...
 
New Joint Polar Satellite System Forecasts Alaska's Weather, Sees Through Fog, Spots Small Fires and More 
... geostationary weather satellites orbit at an altitude of 22,300 miles, JPSS-1 orbits at 512 miles taking new, close-up pictures every hour-and-a-half....
 
Dr.Walker Named as the New DARPA Diector
A former DARPA program manager, deputy office director, and office director, Walker has devoted 13 of his more than 30 years of public service...
 
Weather System Follow-On Contract from DoD for Ball Aerospace
The company will provide for system design and risk reduction with a passive microwave imaging radiometer instrument and hosted government...
 
A 30 Year Relationship Between Airbus and MDA to be Celebrated...
With more than five decades as a supplier of satellite subsystems spanning hundreds of missions, MDA is proud to have been a key supplier to Airbus...
 
ViaSat and JetBlue In-Flight Internet Service Agreement is Expanded
JetBlue's commitment enables the airline to access ViaSat's advanced high-capacity Ka-band satellite system, which includes...