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July 4th, 2018
 
 
Japan's Space One Plans a Big Minirocket Venture and Satellite Launch by 2022
SpaceWorks Enterprises estimates that demand for minisatellite launches will reach 460 in 2023, up 360 percent from the 2016 figure.
 
NSSLGlobal Completes Their Acquisition of Marine Electronics Solutions Ltd.
The full acquisition and integration of UK Electronic Solutions into the NSSLGlobal Group will further strengthen NSSLGlobal’s presence in the...
 
Dr. Vockley Comes Onboard CASIS as President and Executive Director
Dr. Vockley will be responsible for driving the CASIS mission, enabling science and technology opportunities onboard the ISS National Lab that...
 
Caltech to Continue the Operations of JPL
Under this contract, Caltech will continue to develop and sustain core competencies in support of NASA-sponsored work in the areas of Earth and...
 
MEOSAR-Compatible Beacons = Enhanced Life-Saving Capabilities
Revolutionizing the search and rescue process, 24 EU-launched Galileo navigation satellites will carry second generation SAR transponders for the...
 
Sunset for NASA's Dawn ... Job Well Done
kudos to NASA's Dawn and the technology that enabled it to become the first mission to orbit two solar system destinations outside of the Earth-Moon 
 
The Integration of the Cheops Satellite is Completed by Airbus
Cheops will study these planets using a Ritchey-Chrétien Telescope supplied by the University of Bern, Switzerland. The telescope was...
 
CETel's African and Middle East Portfolio to be Expanded Via Partnership with SatADSL
Under the agreement, SatADSL will provide CETel with its innovative Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP), a complete OSS/BSS carrier-grade...
 
VIPs Participate in Dedication of Ericsson's Center of Excellence for 5G in India
Ericsson report 5G enabled digitization revenue potential in India will be US $27.3 billion by 2026.  ...additional revenue of US$ 13 Billion or half of the ...