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October 23rd, 2018
Two SingTel Teleports Achieve Tier 4 Full Certification from the World Teleport Association
These facilities become the first teleports in southeast Asia to achieve full WTA certification and bring the number of fully-certified teleports around the...
Paradigm and Kymeta's Enhanced, Portable Terminal Solution for First Responders and Military
The MANTA, which integrates the Kymeta™ KyWay™ terminal together with Paradigm’s Interface Module (PIM®) controller, offers increased...
CPI Radant Technologies Division's New Massachusetts Manufacturing Facility, More, Bigger and Faster
principles to enhance efficiency and reduce waste, and is large enough to accommodate entire product lines, eliminating the need to shuttle materials ...
SSL Conducts a Women's Networking Event to Promote Diversity, Inclusion and Innovation
Kudos to Silvano Payne who included many women speakers at the Satellite Innovation Symposium, including a launch panel that featured five women
ISRO's Plans of Two Launches Per Month Just Got Scrubbed
had announced that the agency will launch two satellites every month as it had launch orders for 50 satellites already, over a period of three years.
SWOT's Up with UK-France's Space Mission to Launch Device to Survey the World's Surface Waters?
The Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission is a step closer to launch as a UK built device is delivered to Thales Alenia Space in France.
Space Foundation Expands Discovery Center Education Complex ... Triples the Size
It's making sure they can do more, to serve more and make an even bigger world of difference to those who see space as an adventure and opportunity ..
ATLAS Space Operations Names Dr. Sean Casey as VP of Business Development 
Sean Casey comes to ATLAS from Silicon Valley, where he was a Principal at the investment banking merger and acquisitions firm, NewCap Partners ...
It's a First ... How an Albatross Enabled Global Eagle and Gilat to Have Live In-Flight Broadband Connectivity via LEO
now supporting not only multiple applications, satellites, bands and beams, but also a world first transition between satellites in multiple orbits.