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January 9th, 2018
 
 
ArianeGroup and Arianespace Enlist More than 600 European Companies for Final 10 Ariane 5 Launchers and Debut of Ariane 6
The decision announced today follows the commitment made by Arianespace in December 2016 to initiate the procurement of ...
 
China's SuperView-1 03/04 Launched from Taiyuan
The satellites, SuperView-1 03/04, blasted off via a Long March 2D rocket, according to the center the mission aims to...
 
Beta Services Have Been Initiated on the ViaSat-2 Satellite and an Antenna Issue Discovered
The satellite will continue to undergo testing during the beta service period, as Boeing has identified an on orbit antenna issue, which has caused some...
 
U.S.A.F.'s SBIRS GEO-4 Successfully Encapsulated for Upcoming Launch
This encapsulation event is a significant milestone in GEO Flight-4's launch process as the event marks the satellite's completion of all major testing...
 
The Top Teleport Operators of 2017 Named by World Teleport Association
Executive Director Robert Bell reported that the teleport industry becomes more complex every year in terms of ownership, acquisition and competitive...
 
By 2025, the Space Launch Services Market is Estimated by ASD to Reach $27.18 Billion
The space launch services market is estimated to be USD 8.88 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 27.18 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of...
 
Cobham SATCOM How a SAILOR Teaches Turkish Maritime Cadets 
"...the cadets also reported that it was basically ‘too easy to use’...” 
 
IMT and Vislink Share Their Wares at CABSAT 2018
It supports X- and Ku-band configurations ensuring worldwide coverage is available at all times.
 
Story Joins Orbital Insight as Chief Development Officer
Story’s global technology and business expertise spans more than 15 years of executive-level positions in analytics, scaling infrastructure, and software...
 
ULA's 10th Anniversary Student Rocket Launch and Payload Competition for Kindergarten - Graduate School
Past payloads have included everything from a class teddy bear dressed as an astronaut to drones programmed to land at a predetermined location.
 
GateHouse Telecom Offers Their Insight into the SATCOM Industry for 2018
The demand for connectivity wherever and whenever is omnipresent and driven by both end-consumers, industries and governments. This will drive...
 
ASECNA to Deploy Aireon's Space-Based ADS-B in Western and Central Africa
one of Africa’s largest Air Navigation Service Providers, covering 16.1 million square kilometers of airspace, through six Flight Information Regions ...