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April 2nd, 2019
 
 
‘Be Prepared to Fight Wars... In Outer Space'
So will the successful test of A-Sat spell an end to criticism of DRDO’s performance and stop the organisation from being hauled over hot coals?
 
Calian Group Acquires SatService
Based in Steisslingen, Germany, SatService offers innovative engineering solutions and products for the satellite communications market. Its business...
 
China Building ASAT Capabilities via Laser Tracking Technologies — Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon
The laser facility is located near a lake and is about 145 miles south of the Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang. The facility was discovered by retired Indian...
 
ThinKom Solutions In-Flight Connectivity Trials Achieve Success
The Proteus satellite data communication package was developed as a joint effort involving ThinKom, Inmarsat Government and Scaled Composites...
 
Gilat to Enable Satellite Backhaul Services to TIM Brasil
In partnership with TIM, Gilat will supply a 4G backhaul over a multi-spot beam Ku-band satellite to enable reach to the most remote areas of Brazil...
 
Too Much Water Isn't a Good Thing as Satellites Image Mozambique Flooding After Cyclone
these flood proxy maps can be used as guidance by first responders, aid providers and others to identify the most impacted areas. 
 
Second Test Satellite from Astrocast Launched and Deployed
On this second mission, the company's focus is on a set of propulsion technologies that are designed for separation, collision avoidance and de-orbiting...
 
Vislink Technologies Successfully Accomplishes Their Global Repositioning Efforts
Vislink Technologies is now pleased to inform clients, suppliers and other stakeholders that the firm has united its individual product brand sunder one...
 
Blink Astro's Payload Successfully Launched
The primary objective of the mission will be to demonstrate the reliability and quality of Blink's end-to-end device connectivity solution. There will be...
 
Four SES O3b Satellites Integrated into Arianespace Soyuz Launch Vehicle for Liftoff
Designated Flight VS22 in Arianespace’s numbering system, the Soyuz mission will begin with a liftoff at exactly 1:30:37 p.m. local time in French Guiana on April 4...
 
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems Preparing for their 35th Space Symposium Presence
GA-EMS is working with NASA to host the Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols (MAIA) payload on an optimized OTB satellite and is under contract to the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) program for the Argos Advanced Data Collection System (A-DCS)...
 
Forrester Reports: SES Reporting a Global Audience of One Billion Plus
SES is transmitting more than 8,100 channels (and 50 now in UHD).  Some 2,700 of those channels are in HD. The distribution includes 150 million by...