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November 28th, 2018
 
 
SPOT On! Globalstar's Milestone of One Billion Messages Transmitted, 6,100 Rescues, 89 Countries on Six Continents
IERCC and both of my children were notified of my incident and had my location so they could organize a rescue. SPOT is an essential piece of kit.
 
Amazon Web Services Rolls Out Their AWS Ground Station Service + Lockheed Martin Brings Systems Together 
Once customers receive satellite data at a ground station, they can immediately process it in an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance...
 
Just Published by NSR — Small Satellite Markets, 5th Edition...
Constellations will be the dominating factor of this growth, making up over 70 percent of the total market. While growth is anticipated across all...
 
United Technologies Acquires Rockwell Collins with Intent to Split Into Three Companies
United Technologies Chairman and CEO Gregory Hayes said that the company's decision to separate United Technologies is a pivotal moment in...
 
After Delay Hiber Now Set to Launch Their First Two Smallsats 
Less than 10 percent of the globe is covered by a connected technology ready network. Existing networks (such as WIFI) only work in urban areas...
 
Eutelsat's Konnect Africa Launched in the Democratic Republic of Congo
By relying on the latest satellite technology, Konnect Africa is now providing a concrete response to the digital divide by launching a range of...
 
NASA's New Refueling Mission Will Attach to the ISS and Enables Spacecraft to Live Longer and Journey Farther
“Any time we get to extend our stay in space is valuable for discovery...”
“Any time you try something for the first time, there is an element of risk,”
 
Northrop Grumman's Cargo Resupply Spacecraft is Now Docked at International Space Station ... Serving Ice Cream
And Northrop Grumman's the John Young Cygnus vehicle succeeded at the task at hand (including the delivery of ice cream). 
 
China and Brazil Together In Focus... Provide the Highest Precision of CBERS Satellites
It will improve the level of data collection among the medium- and high-resolution remote sensing satellites in China,
 
SSTL is Talking About a Moon Mission for 2021
led the way in using small satellites for over 30 years and are now raising their sights to change the economics of space around the Moon, and beyond.