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April 23rd, 2018
 
 
Thales Alenia Space's Win-Win ... FabLab Fosters Fabulous Innovation and Creativity for Employees
is a digital incubator, for all employees, with free access to boost creativity and innovation through simulation and prototyping while complementing ...
 
Airbus' MicroWave Radiometer is Essential ... Will Precisely Measure Atmospheric Humidity Aboard Sentinel-3B
will allow scientists to monitor sea-level changes, sea-surface temperature, manage water quality, and track marine pollution and biological productivity. 
 
Engineering Students Get a Ride From NASA on a Sail ... Funding for CubeSail
“CubeSail is a technology demonstration; it’s basically to show you can have viable propulsion that is cheap and small in deep space.”
 
DigitalGlobe's SecureWatch Has Now Integrated WorldView-4 Imagery
WorldView-4’s daily imagery collections more than double SecureWatch’s daily volume of valuable 30 cm imagery, enhancing defense and....
 
Partners for Satellite-Empowered IoT — Marlink and L&T Technology Services
LTTS’ smart products and services will be reinforced by Marlink’s satellite network and technology expertise through extended reach of IP connectivity...
 
Flight to Kourou for ESA's BepiColombo... Next Step, Launch... Then, Off to Mercury
On April 23, 2018, the first elements of the BepiColombo hardware were loaded into an Antonov An-124 cargo plane for transport from Amsterdam´s...
 
Supporting Air Traffic Management and Ship Tracking Services Will be Aerial & Maritime's New SmallSat Constellation
Importantly, the system will help the airline industry to be fully compliant with ICAO standards, providing real-time surveillance of all aircraft globally...
 
Full System and Pre-Flight Testing of Orbital Test Bed Satellite Completed by General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems
OTB will launch as part of the U.S. Air Force’s Space Technology Program (STP-2) flight on the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. The OTB hosts multiple...
 
How New Mexico Tech Students Sent Up a Mustang that Broke the Sound Barrier and 'No Animals Were Harmed'
After reaching its apogee of 24,127 ft mean sea level the rocket deployed its recovery system, and landed very close to the predicted impact point.
 
Angosat-1 Loss is Confirmed by Angola
The Russian-made Angosat-1 struggled with repeated setbacks immediately after its launch from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan...
 
Navarino Selected by Oldendorff Carriers for Inmarsat Fleet Xpress Implementation
Fleet Xpress seamlessly combines the power of the company's Ka-band Global Xpress network with the proven reliability of L-band FleetBroadband...
 
Solar Sims from Rovsing Meld with Lockheed Martin
Rovsing offerings a versatile, highly modular and efficient testing system for high-power solar arrays, which are used for Earth observation, science or...
 
Leadership is Realigned at Gogo to Strengthen the Company
John Wade will serve as the first President of Gogo's Commercial Aviation Division (CA) In this new position, he will have end-to-end responsibility for ...
 
WISPs Debut from KP Performance Antennas
These 2 GHz sector antennas use a ±45-degree slant dual polarization scheme and are specially designed with optimized front to back and side...
 
Comtech Telecommunications Gains Contract from the Armed Forces of the Philippines
The Modular Transportable Transmission System (MTTS) troposcatter terminals will enable the Armed Forces to establish data links between...