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February 1st, 2018
KSAT's Svalbard Ground Station to Provide Airbus Defence and Space with Satellite Coverage
KSAT has implemented Ground Station services out of the Svalbard Satellite Station for Airbus Defence and Space. The unique location at...
Power On for GOLD by NASA
The systems engineers successfully established communication with the GOLD instrument and the spacecraft's detector doors opened upon...
Russia's Launch of Soyuz-2.1a Soars with 11 Satellites to Space for U.S., Germany and Russia
launch includes Russia’s two Kanopus-V sats, Germany’s four S-Net sats, one D-Star One satellite, and four U.S. LEMUR remote sensing satellites
Orbital ATK-'s GovSat-1 Satellite's Health Report 
marks the second GEOStar-3 satellite built by Orbital ATK to launch this month.
China's Monkey King is Behaving After Computer Malfunction to Detect Dark Matter
It is helping scientists lift the "cloak of invisibility" from dark matter.
Port Canaveral's $17.9M 'Spaceport' Contract Welcomes SpaceX, Blue Origin and More
"But it is clearly the most strategic piece of business that you will have, in terms of serving not only Central Florida, Florida, but the United States..."
Joining DEV Systemtechnik as Managing Director is Manfred Mettendorff
Mettendorff has held various managing positions in marketing, sales, business development and engineering and has directed entire business...
Frost & Sullivan Analyze Space Technology's Mega Trends in Research Report
The research company's recent market research The Future of Space, 2030 and Beyond, sheds light on Mega Trends in connectivity and...
Aurora Flight Sciences and Socionext Keep Drones from Crashing with Radar-Enabled Collision Protection 
The concern for satellite collisions in space garners a great deal of attention, now there's a new topic; how to avoid collisions of drones on Earth. 
Kratos Shares IDIQ Contract for TETRAS Program
The TETRAS program seeks to rapidly develop and apply specialized hardware, software and prototype systems that will be used for the test...
Rajant's CEO Addresses Keeping MILCOM Wireless Secure at Rome's Network Centric Warfare Conference
...complicated deployments in battlefield pressures, challenging terrain and changing operations ...traditional networks are no longer reliable,”