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May 22nd, 2018
 
 
Ohio State University's First Smallsat Launched
Project leader Joel Johnson, a professor and chair of electrical and computer engineering at Ohio State, stated that the growth of man-made...
 
Live Demos on Telesat's Phase 1 LEO Satellite Now Underway
Testing of Telesat’s Phase 1 LEO is an important milestone in the company’s plans to deploy a global LEO constellation that will, according to...
 
SpaceX's Falcon 9 Successfully Launches Iridium-6 and GRACE-FO Satellites
GRACE-FO’s interferometer will detect changes in distance ... changes on the order of 100 times narrower than a human hair.
 
Iridium Communications' Network Now Recognized by the International Maritime Organization
This is a significant achievement that ends a decades-long satellite industry monopoly in which only one company was authorized to provide satellite...
 
BridgeSat’s Agreement with ICEYE Provides Laser Satellite Terminals and Data Services to Microsatellite SAR Constellation
"...pioneers seek out other pioneers to change the world. They’re the first to commercialize laser-based free space optical communication and ... "
 
World Teleport Association Elects Four New Directors
“We are fortunate to be able to attract this caliber of senior leader to WTA’s Board of Directors,” said executive director Robert Bell. “They span the full...
 
NewSpace Systems Celebrates the Need for New Space and More than Two Million Operational In-Orbit Hours
recently celebrated a momentous milestone when its NRWA-T065 Reaction Wheel Product reached over 2 million operational hours in-orbit.
 
Parsons Bringing Polaris Alpha Into the Company's Business Family
Parsons’ agreement to acquire Polaris Alpha, from private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners, is the latest in the company’s series of strategic...
 
Spacecom Gathers Capacity Contract for their Upcoming Amos-17 Satellite
The capacity contract is for a period of four years and will access the satellite's Ka-band capabilities. In addition to what are termed collaborative ...
 
From Ireland to California Arralis' New Ka-Band Phase Shifters are Revealed at Space Tech Expo
Ka-band antennas are 400 percent smaller than Ku-band rivals opening consumer and connected vehicle markets to high data rate and low latency ...