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February 11th, 2019
 
 
Telespazio and Grimaldi's 5 Million Euros Agreement Provides Upgrades to the Neapolitan Shipping Group
The overall value of both agreements signed between Telespazio and the Grimaldi Group is about 5 million euros.
 
The Orbex Prime Rocket Facility for SmallSat Delivery to Orbit Debuts in Scotland
The rocket is designed to deliver smallsats into Earth’s orbit — the rocket was unveiled at an opening ceremony attended by VIPs from the UK and European...
 
AlbertaSat to Host Ascension Space Conference
This conference attempts to close the gap between industry and students by creating a place for students to find their own place in Canada’s space...
 
NovelSat Debuts New Multi-Rx Satellite IP Demodulator 
The NS HUB4000 is a multi-receiver satellite transmission IP unit designed for mobile backhauling and enterprise satellite data transmission network...
 
Airbus Expands Their Optical Production Capabilities for Satellites
In February of 2019, Airbus will begin building an Industry 4.0* factory to automate and digitize the production of solar arrays for satellites. This will...
 
Next Generation Navigation System Contract from the U.S. Air Force Awarded to Northrop Grumman
Based upon modular and truly open systems architecture, the EGI-M system will support the rapid insertion of new capabilities and adaptability based on...
 
Avanti Communications to Provide SATCOM Services to MainOne for Nigerian Coverage
Under this arrangement, MainOne will leverage Avanti’s newest satellite, HYLAS 4, launched in April of 2018, to enable highly flexible capacity services...
 
Discovery Deutschland Extends Their Partnership With MX1 for Managed Playout Services and More
The channels include TLC, DMAX, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, and Shop 300 in Germany, as well as DMAX Austria in SD.
 
Emerging Space Markets Analysis, 2nd Edition, Now Published by NSR
A market pushing for commercialization of space, coupled with increased investor interest in a bigger and bolder vision of Emerging Space startups...