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September 24th, 2018
Five Antennas for the SCISYS Heinrich Hertz SATCOM Mission to be Built by MT Mechatronics Germany
The five ground stations with antenna diameters between 7.3 to 13 meters will be performing various functions within the ground segment (in Germany)...
UP Aerospace Goes Up and Completes Two Space Launches and Experiments Within Five Days
SpaceLoft 11's experiments from NASA Ames Research Center, NASA Armstrong Research Center, Barcelona Tech, Controlled Dynamics, Celestis, and FAA.
It's a Win-Win for the Hometown Company with Ariane 6 as the Centerpiece at the International Astronautical Congress
Furthering the pride of the local company and the conference, an emblematic one-quarter-scale Ariane 6 has been erected at the IAC site.
An Enhanced UseGalileo.eu Site Debuts From the European GNSS Agency
Behind this increase in use is the wide array of Galileo-enabled devices and services that have entered the market — including more than 60...
Northern Sky Research's Question... Can OneWeb Cross the Valley of Death?
OneWeb’s optimistic plans to launch its satellites every 21 days also creates added risks such as loss of a substantial part of their system in case of launch failures
Strategic Collaboration by Panasonic Avionics and Inmarsat for Commercial Aviation Connectivity
This collaboration will enable airlines, aircraft manufacturers and passengers to benefit from the combined expertise of two companies that ...
NovelSat NS4 Just Moved the Satellite Transmission Efficiency Bar... Even Higher
Head-to-head comparison tests performed by a large teleport in the UK reveals NovelSat NS4 performs up to 32 percent more efficiently compared 
NASA's JPL Sends a Cereal Box-Size Satellite into the Center of Hurricane Florence and Reveals the Results
"We were challenged to fit this instrument into such a small satellite without compromising data quality and were delighted to see it work right out of the box"
DoD Confers MUOS-Capable Airborne Radio Contract to Rockwell Collins
A five year agreement through the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ)...
Payload Delivered by Orbital Micro Systems to Clyde Space for UK's Space Applications Catapult Mission
Employing proven technology used in many larger weather monitoring platforms, such as the Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS)...
STS Global Inviting Interested Parties to Meet During Satellite Innovation 2018 Silicon Valley
Whether the objective is to broadcast a live event, create systems that provide services to remote locations, transmit critical data to a battlefield...
Aeromexico Selects Viasat In-flight Internet for New Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft ... Accommodates Needs Now and Later
Aeromexico’s ability to tap into the ViaSat-2 satellite as well as Viasat’s future satellites, gave the airline great confidence
RUAG Space Has Contributed to Successful Ariane 5 Launches ... and Then There's Tomorrow's 100th 
company will also supply the on-board computer, the "brain" of the rocket, and the launcher telemetry antenna, made at its Swedish site.