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November 28th, 2017
Off to the Cape Goes SBIRS GEO Flight 4 from Lockheed Martin's Manufacturing Facility
SBIRS enhances the military's ability to detect missile launches, supports ballistic missile defense, expands technical intelligence gathering, and
Iridium's NEXT 10 Satellites Arrive at Vandenberg AFB for December 22 SpaceX Launch
This launch will mark the midway point of Iridium’s launch campaign with SpaceX and is the first of two Iridium NEXT launches using “flight-proven”...
Russia's Disappointment as Satellite Fails To Enter Orbit After Launch From New Cosmodrome
"During the first planned communication session with the satellite, it was not possible to establish a connection due to its absence in the target orbit"
Telesat's Loss of First Phase 1 'Low Earth Orbit' Satellite ... Soyuz Reached 'No Earth Orbit' 
Notwithstanding this failure, Telesat’s plans to develop a state-of-the-art, high capacity LEO constellation that will deliver transformative ...
Australia's Got a Golden G'day Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Launch of First Satellite
“That was something the Australians jumped at because it made the whole launch part of it a lot easier but it meant that ..."
China's Spooky Ghost Imaging Satellites Could Track U.S. Military Planes
The spy satellites will allow the Chinese government to track stealthy targets such as US B-2 Spirit stealth bombers, which usually cannot be seen, within 10 years.
Inmarsat's Move to Digitize Shipping Adds Office in Ålesund, Norway 
signals Inmarsat’s intention to intensify work with third party innovators and digital disrupters to exploit high-speed broadband via Fleet Xpress ...
Keynote Speaker Italian Army Chief Information Officer Confirmed at Network Centric Warfare 2018 in Rome 
will be providing a strategic overview of digital transformation in the Italian Ministry of Defence ...
Magnitude Space Changes Their Name to Hiber
The company's LPGAN, which will launch in early 2018, will revolutionize access, making the firm a global internet service company rather than only...
Cobham SATCOM's Savings ... Reduces Costs of Integrated Global Xpress Antenna
New type approved solution allows service providers to easily connect two SAILOR GX antennas in a single network.