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March 26th, 2019
 
 
NASA Finds One of Earth's Fastest-Shrinking Glaciers is Miraculously Growing Again
"We kind of got used to a runaway system,"
 
U.S.A.F. General John W. "Jay" Raymond Nominated by President Trump to be the Commander of the United States Space Command
If confirmed, General Raymond will lead the soon-to-be established USSPACECOM, which will focus on conducting all joint space warfighting...
 
Lockheed Martin Ships GPS III SV02 to Cape Canaveral for an Expected July Launch
GPS III is the most powerful and resilient GPS satellite ever placed on-orbit. Developed with an entirely new design, for U.S. and allied forces, this...
 
Spacebel and Wuudis Solution Oy Meet in the Woods ... Spread Forestry Services in Europe and Beyond
The decision of both companies to tighten their cooperation will be a win-win for both sides and for the entire forestry community ...
 
Israel's FirstPoint Announces $2.5 Million in Seed Funding for Cellular Cybersecurity Service
This military-grade, proven cybersecurity-as-a-service detects, alerts, protects and deceives, without requiring user intervention to install or update anything.
 
UPDATE: SATCOM and Fiber Optics Support the Missile Defense Agency's Anti-ICBM Threat Test
This test was the first salvo engagement of a threat-representative ICBM target by two Ground Based Interceptors (GBI), which were designated...
 
India to Launch Military Satellite and 28 Ride-Alongs for Orbit Insertion on April 1
This will be the 47th mission of ISRO's C45 Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and this launch is also aimed at demonstrating the PSLV's capability...
 
TT Electronics to Showcase Their Space-Grade Product Family at the 35th Space Symposium
TT’s space design and engineering bridges a gap between today’s innovators and heritage expertise. For example, LEO satellites have...