Home >> News: April 15th, 2018
Current Satellite News
April 15th, 2018
Comtech Xicom Technology Picks Up Two SATCOM Equipment Contracts
The company has received two contracts: one for Ka-band high-power amplifiers and the second for TWTAs.
NASA's Small Sat with the Big Name Begins Testing by Orbital for Advanced Small Spacecraft Communications
demonstration of its radio frequency communications technology by successfully generating a signal tone through its reflectarray antenna to ...
ULA Launches an EAGLE and a CBAS SATCOM as Critical Space Assets for the U.S. Air Force
AFSPC-11 is a multi-payload mission on a mission for the U.S. Air Force.
Affordable Access to Space Demo'd by Orbital ATK Via the AFSCPC-11 Mission
The AFSCPC-11 mission included a second company designed satellite, Mycroft, which is among several Department of Defense (DoD) experiments...
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Solid Rocket Boosters Launch the Most Powerful Atlas V Variant to Date
the launch will benefit from just over 1.74 million pounds of added thrust from five AJ-60A solid rocket boosters supplied by Aerojet Rocketdyne.
Dr. Gurpartap Sandhoo is Appointed to Senior Executive Service by U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and Assignment as Superintendent for Spacecraft Engineering at NCST
The Center’s mission is to preserve and enhance a strong space technology base and provide expert assistance in the development and...
Rohde & Schwarz's VENICE Goes Live with a Range of Features on Their Media Server Platform at NAB 2018
VSA acts as a partition between software and hardware functions and virtualizes two physical storage units as a single virtual storage unit.
Airbus' Earth Observation Imagery Portfolio Just Increased with TripleSat Data
They offer daily monitoring of any place on Earth revealing details as small as 80 centimeters.
Agreement Forged Between Esri and Alibaba Cloud
The agreement is a recognition of successful implementations and a shared belief that location intelligence in cloud infrastructure was pivotal to...
Orbital ATK to Present Their Products and Technologies at the 34th Space Symposium
features industry leading space launch vehicles and related rocket propulsion systems, satellite platforms and associated components and services, ...
Lunar Economic Action Plan (LEAP) Published by Institute of Space Commerce (IISC)
They found that a private settlement on the Moon is surprisingly feasible, and even cost-effective, and offers the best chance of success for a return...