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November 19th, 2017
 
 
Statements from ULA and NASA as They Finally Launch NOAA's JPSS-1... Forever Changing Weather Forecasts 
provide information about atmospheric temperature and moisture, clouds, sea surface temperature, ocean color, sea ice cover, volcanic ash, and fire ... 
 
ISRO's Lesson from Last Mission Failure Results in "Increased Robustness of Next Rocket"
While the study as to the cause of failure of the earlier rocket is on, we have increased the robustness of the next rocket,
 
AMSAT and Vanderbilt University Track the Launch of a Fox ... a Small Sat as It Comes Alive
The Vanderbilt package is intended to measure the effects of radiation on electronic components, including ...
 
Curtiss-Wright Offers a New Video... Transition to C-Band
This presents an issue for some organizations who use these frequencies, as they could now face frequency crowding. The solution is to transition to...
 
Ready, Set, Go ... Almost as Ukraine Plans First Satellite Launch
"We expect that we would be able to complete all the works necessary for Ukraine to finally get its own communication satellite in the orbit in ...
 
NewSpace Global's SARsat Report Available Soon...
NSG Analysts delve into the inner-workings of the physics behind SARsats and, within this context, compare the various competing or cooperating...
 
Aye, Shetland is Not Just for Horses, as Scotland's Shetland Space Centre Works Towards Launch Facility
amazing amount of interest ... suggests that there is tremendous potential for Unst and Shetland to become part of a fast-growing, £13.7 billion sector ...