Current Satellite News
January 19th, 2019
Astranis, an Internet Startup, to Bring Service to 20 Percent of Underserved Alaskans
According to the company, its contract with Astranis will bring in “tens of millions of dollars” in revenue. Additionally, there’s a revenue-sharing
Satcom Global's New Bundle Provides Benefits Including Double Data for the Iridium Certus Maritime Service
maritime service by launching a range of offers, including bundles which are inclusive of ‘double data’ airtime as well as a brand-new terminal
DIA Examines China's Core Capabilities in Their China Military Power Report
This DIA’s series of Military Power reports provides details of China’s defense and military goals, strategy, plans, and intentions. It examines ...
Market and Technology Forecast to 2027 Reveals Evolution of Global Military Comms
The communications have evolved from runners to SATCOM which has eased the transfer of information to a faster and more reliable form...
Forrester Reports: Arianespace to Conduct at Least Five Missions During 2019
Arianespace has three firm contracts for Soyuz launches, with the first scheduled for mid-February when 10 smallsats will be launched for...
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies' Final Report Veil of Secrecy About Uranium Production
the technologies and tools used to detect and evaluate uranium production, which is "the secretive first step toward a nuclear fuel cycle capability."
Spectra Group Invited to the U.S. Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments Event with SlingShot
Spectra Group is an international specialist provider of secure voice, data and satellite communications systems, specifically optimized for use in...
Historic Moment as Israeli Spacecraft Lands in Florida, Then Off to the Moon
“After eight years of hard work, our dream has come true: We finally have a spacecraft.”
In the Sahel, Pastoralists Rely on Satellites to Search for Water
a water source that appears on the map after rainfall may be one that will not last more than a few days, shorter than it would take a pastoralist to get there.