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April 19th, 2018
 
 
Paul Allen Reveals Stratolaunch's Enormous Plane's Plans and Capabilities at the Space Symposium
This is an amazing plane to view, using 28 wheels for movement and a wingspan that is larger than a U.S. football field at 385 feet (117 meters)...
 
Aerospace Announces Two Critical Policy Papers Offering New Advantages and Solutions for Space Traffic Management 
the DOD is examining this issue for several years, time is running out. The neighborhood is changing in space, planners need to act soon to manage ... 
 
Globalstar Makes Known that the Sat-Fi2™ Satellite Hotspot has Entered the Market
Sat-Fi2 provides seamless connectivity powered by Globalstar’s modernized satellite network and represents the first product using...
 
Eutelsat Communications Sells Their Stake in Hispasat
The transaction concludes an agreement reached in May 2017 between Eutelsat and Abertis, which was recently approved by the...
 
New Satellite Constellation from EarthNow to Offer Real-Time EO Video
EarthNow represents a dramatic leap forward in capability compared to other Earth Observation (EO) satellite systems which deliver pictures and...
 
An ILS Proton-M Rocket Launches a Russian Blagovest Military Satellite
The launch of the Proton-M rocket with Blagovest No. 12 aboard occurred at the Baikonur cosmodrome at 1:12 a.m. Moscow time on Thursday (2212 GMT on Wednesday)...
 
Raytheon's Two Polar Scout Smallsats Ready for Work for U.S. Department of Homeland Security
These Polar Scout satellites have flexible radio frequency receivers to help search and rescue teams locate emergency beacons in remote areas, such...
 
Sentinenel-3B's Upcoming Launch Will Complete Copernicus Constellation
Carrying a suite of cutting-edge instruments, Sentinel-3 is arguably the most complex of all the Sentinel missions – offering a bigger picture for Copernicus.
 
Bridenstine Confirmed by U.S. Senate to Lead NASA
Representative Bridenstine brings to his new job political and aerospace experience. A three term member of Congress, Bridenstine served as a...
 
Hartshorn Leaving the Global VSAT Forum
Mr. Hartshorn will continue to serve GVF throughout the transition, together with Ms. Mar.  Applications for the Secretariat positions will be accepted...
 
Russia Should Not Compete with SpaceX, Says That Nation's Deputy Prime Minister
Rogozin estimates the real market of space services at approximately $350 billion, with the creation of payloads, and not the launch o...