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November 18th, 2018
 
 
AST&Science Selects Midland, Texas, for the Firm's New Satellite Manufacturing Facility and HQ
The space technology company’s new 85,000 sq. ft. facility is located within the Space Port Business Park located at the Midland International Air and ...
 
GHGSat Selects Arianespace for Launch of GHGSat-C1
Montreal, Canada-based GHGSat is building the GHGSat-C1 spacecraft to measure greenhouse gases emissions from industrial facilities around the...
 
KazSTSat and VESTA Due to Liftoff on Spaceflight’s SSO-A Smallsat Express Mission
KazSTSat is a small Earth Observation (EO) satellite jointly developed by SSTL and JV Ghalam LLP, a joint venture between JSC "National...
 
Zero G Kitchen Cooks Up a Partnership with NanoRacks
The first appliance is an oven designed to freshly prepare small food items, such as rolls, cookies, patties, pockets and other basic foods for longer...
 
UPDATE: SpaceX Successfully Launches Es'hail-2 Aboard a Falcon 9 Rocket with "Repurposed" First Stage
Liftoff occurred at 3:46 p.m. EST, or 20:46 UTC, and the satellite was deployed to a geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) about 32 minutes after liftoff...
 
The Federal Communications Commission Delivers U.S. SATCOM Operation Approval to Kepler Communications
Kepler was originally one of 11 companies to submit a request for access to the U.S. market in November of 2016 as part of the FCC’s processing round...
 
New Series E Funding is Received by Rocket Lab
The round also follows the opening of Rocket Lab’s new mass production facility for the Electron vehicle last month, as well as the announcement ...
 
A Night Flight Sees Cygnus Soar ... Northrop Grumman's Spacecraft Successfully Sends Supplies to the ISS
This recycled filament will then be fed into the printer to make new tools and parts on-demand in space.