Current Satellite News
January 16th, 2019
NASA's Good News ... Back-Up Electronics Should Return Hubble Telescope to Operations
Agency says US government shutdown not expected to impact recovery plan for ‘Wide Field Camera 3’.
UPDATE: Iran's Controversial Attempt to Launch a Satellite Ends Up a Moot Point as Satellite Fails to Reach Orbit
The U.S. and its allies allege the same satellite-launching technology could be used to develop long-range missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
Acquisition: ETL Systems Gains Atlantic Microwave
ETL Systems operates globally with manufacturing and R&D sites based in the UK. The UK facilities combined with offices in Washington DC and...
Maxar's President and CEO, Howard Lance, Resigns... Daniel Jablonsky Named to the Leadership Position
Mr. Jablonsky, who most recently served as President of DigitalGlobe, a Maxar Technologies company, will also join the Maxar Board of Directors...
Trains Stay on Track in India Via ISRO's Satellites Improving Accuracy of Information
dependent on the information relayed by the station master to the station controller and data was fed in the control chart by the controller manually,
Torvald Klaveness Will KeepUp@Sea with Marlink's Solution for Integrated Satcom and IT Management
verifying that backup is performed and that antivirus protection is up to date, all in one place, through a single click, for the whole fleet.
Major Commercial Launch of the Iridium Certus Broadband Service
Iridium Certus is a unique platform designed for the development of specialty applications and is the world's only truly global broadband service...
Credit Facility for $200 Million Signed by Aireon LLC with Several Independent Investor Funds
The 11 long-term contracts signed with the firm's launch Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) customers have provided Aireon with a strong...
New Office and New UK Sales Director for NanoAvionics
Space tech start-ups are critical elements of the commercial space focused economic strategy, spearheaded by the UK Space Agency. By leveraging...
Avio's Additional Funding from European Investment Bank to Propel Vega C and Ariane 6
signed the contract for the financing of additional 10 million euro with the European Investment Bank (EIB).