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February 13th, 2019
 
 
Forrester Reports: Hispasat Acquired
Red Electra is a Spanish electricity utility company and is buying out Abertis’ 89.7 percent holding in Hispasat for 949 million euros. Hispasat recorded 235...
 
GOES-17 is Now NOAA's Primary Satellite for All Pacific Weather Phenomenon 
The latest milestone for GOES-17 comes exactly 11 months after the satellite first reached its geostationary orbit 22,000 above Earth. Launched March 1, 2018...
 
Airbus to Appear at the New Space Hub at Defence & Security Equipment International 2019
The Space Hub will be the perfect showcase for our Skynet military satellite communications and Earth observation capabilities.
 
Leo Aerospace Plans to Make SmallSat Launches Far More Accessible
The company aims to revolutionize access to space for those looking to launch smallsats that weigh up to 25 kilograms, or about 110 pounds. The...
 
And this Year's Space Foundation’s Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award Goes to ... The National Space Council
When the National Space Council was reestablished it created a wave of new public attention regarding the importance of space in the United States.
 
Patriot Broadband, a Disabled Veteran's Company, Brings Jobs and Solves Rural Broadband Needs
Ballance went on to announce that preferential treatment will be given to fellow veterans who have the desire to own a franchise.
 
Chris Deeble Appointed as Chief Executive for Northrop Grumman Australia
Deeble replaces interim chief executive, Warren King, who will continue in his role as the chairman of Northrop Grumman Australia’s Advisory Board...
 
Integration of Six OneWeb Spacecraft Completed by Arianespace for Upcoming Launch
The spacecraft — produced by the OneWeb Satellites joint venture of OneWeb and Airbus — will be orbited on Arianespace’s first Soyuz mission...