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January 17th, 2018
 
 
Space Florida's Operational Storage Facility Prepares Upcoming SBIRS GEO 4 for Launch
serves as the pre-launch storage and check-out facility for the Atlas V's solid rocket boosters (SRB) while they await their call-up on a mission.
 
IRIS Can, Hopefully, Clear Congested European Skies with Help from ESA and Inmarsat
The program will introduce a safe and secure satellite-based air traffic management data link between aircraft and air traffic control (ATC) to...
 
Oh I See ICEYE's First Ever ... ICEYE-X1 Radar Image from Space Published
World's first Synthetic-aperture radar satellite under 100kg validates capabilities of miniaturized SAR technology
 
Speedcast's New Chief Information Officer ... His Responsibilities Include a New Department 
Speedcast strengthens executive team with the addition of John Truschinger as Chief Information Officer...
 
AsiaSat is Broadening Their Satellite and Media Solutions  
AsiaSat recognizes the demand for next-generation distribution of broadcast content and evaluated new distribution technologies throughout 2017. The...
 
DataPath Appoints Johnson as CFO and Majeres as COO
President and CEO David Myers noted that over the past three plus years, DataPath has nearly doubled in size, launching four new product lines and...
 
First Cartosat-2 Image Capture Released by ISRO
The image was acquired on January 15, three days after the launch of the satellite and was released on January 16 on the website of the...
 
Chinese Students to Witness Launch of their Satellite at Jiuquan Launch Center
The satellite, named after late Premier Zhou Enlai, was sent from its production base in Huai’an Youth Comprehensive Development Base in...
 
NSR Keeping an Eye on Meaningful SmallSat Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) is the natural consequence for this young market as it matures and companies seek to consolidate market share...