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April 1st, 2019
 
 
India's Successful Firsts ... Launches 29 International Satellites and Includes a Three Orbit Mission
enjoys several firsts such as placing the satellites in three different orbits, and construction of a viewing stadium for people 'of every strata of society' to view
 
Arianespace Preparing for Launch of Four SES O3b Satellites
During activity in the Spaceport’s S3 payload integration building, the quartet of O3b satellites and their tube-shaped dispenser system were ...
 
IEC Telecom and Thuraya Open Supply of VSAT+ to Turkish Offshore and Maritime Market
The Turkish market is an important one for IEC Telecom with in excess of 3,000 vessels owned or operated by Turkish companies worldwide
 
FURUNO to Launch Single-band GNSS Receivers That Achieve 4.5ns Stability
new products that provide stability better than that of an atomic clock, including a rubidium.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Acquires Additive Manufacturing Company 3D Material Technologies
The acquisition complements Aerojet Rocketdyne’s capabilities to develop and produce metal alloy additive manufacturing parts for aerospace...
 
Space-Qualified Versions of ARM-Based MCUs Debut from Microchip Technology
Based on the automotive-qualified SAMV71, the SAMV71Q21RT radiation-tolerant and SAMRH71 radiation-hardened MCUs implement the widely...
 
Forrester Reports: Russia to Lower Their Protom-M Launch Costs
Roscosmos said it will cut costs by lowering expenses on ground-based preparations, Roscosmos Chief Dmitry Rogozin said.
 
Contract Signed Between Swedish Space Corporation and Airbus for Pléiades Neo Constellation Support
SSC will provide comprehensive ground segment support for the Launch and Early Orbit Phase (LEOP), as well as routine on-orbit support for ...
 
NanoRacks Sends Spire Cubesats from the ISS — A First for the Company
This mission included the launch of Spire’s 100th Lemur satellite. NanoRacks announced SSO polar orbit launch opportunities after receiving...
 
RADARSAT-1 Satellite Imagery Now Available to the Public, Courtesy of the Canadian Government
The RADARSAT-1 dataset is valuable for testing and developing techniques to reveal patterns, trends and associations that researchers may have...