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March 28th, 2019
 
 
India Tests Nuclear-Tipped Ballistic Missile, Bold Orion, to Ultimately Destroy a Satellite
Launched from a bomber, the Bold Orion, a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile that was reworked to attack satellites actually passed the Explorer 6 spacecraft...
 
ST Engineering Enters Into a Conditional Share Purchase Agreement for 100 Percent Ownership of Newtec
The consideration of €250m (approximately S$383m) (the “Consideration”) on a cash-free and debt-free basis for the Proposed Acquisition, subject to ...
 
Satellites Will Be Able to Alter Their Mission on Orbit with New Lockheed Martin Technology
This year, Lockheed Martin is integrating SmartSat technology on ten programs and counting, including the Linus and Pony Express smallsats...
 
Marlink's Terralink Hub and Uplink Station Installed for Mahd Satellite in Muscat
The flexibility of this fully-managed network operator service from Marlink enables Mahd Satellite to offer a comprehensive range of VSAT...
 
Phasor's ESA Systems to be Manufactured by Surface Technology International
Phasor’s very low profile (2-inches high), low weight, solid-state electronically-steerable antenna has no moving parts, making it more...
 
C-Band Alliance's New Head of Advocacy and Government Affairs ... He was Associate General Counsel for Intel
provide a safe and efficient clearing and repurposing of mid-band ‘C-band’ downlink spectrum accelerating the deployment of 5G services in the U.S. ... no small task, indeed.
 
Wind River's VxWorks® Controlling the Astranis Smallsat's Avionics and Comms to Earth
Astranis to useg VxWorks to run the main flight computer that controls the avionics in guiding the satellite and keeping it in communication with Earth...
 
Kleos Space and ImageSat International Sign MoU for Enhanced Geospatial Intelligence Analytics
Under the MoU, the companies will develop a value-add proposition for current and future iSi maritime customers using Kleos’ geolocation data...
 
Union of Concerned Scientists, "Right Now We are Not Up to the Challenge" ... as India Destroys Satellite
“Right now we are not up to the challenge presented by the increasing spread and sophistication of anti-satellite and space weapons.”
 
April 4 Set by Arianespace for Soyuz Launch of the Next Four SES O3b Satellites
Operational since 2014, the O3b MEO satellite constellation delivers fiber-equivalent connectivity and is part of SES's vision of connecting people and...
 
Maxar's NaturalView® to be Integrated into the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World
NaturalVue® 2.0 is Maxar’s next-generation global image mosaic, encompassing over 60,000 Landsat 8 images. As the highest quality global...