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April 8th, 2019
 
 
SpaceX Starlink Satellite Veterans Join Amazon’s Competing Project Kuiper Team
Eventually, SpaceX plans to have nearly 12,000 satellites in orbit, and the company has applied to license up to a million satellite user terminals.
 
Plans for Second Sendoff of Seven Small Sats by Scottish Company
an optical camera built by U.S. firm Mini-cubes and Hungay's Advanced Technology of Laser will test a new thermal isolation material in space.
 
VT iDirect Upgrades Castor Marine's Satellite Services
With this upgrade, Castor Marine will be able to support DVB-S2 and DVB-S2X on a global scale, enabling greater network efficiencies and...
 
On the Show Floor: KenCast's Fazzt to Perform at NAB2019
The company will be presenting their enhanced Fazzt content delivery platform. KenCast’s Fazzt® software is ideal for the most up and coming...
 
Orolia Installs Cospas-Sarsat 2Gen Tech for NOAA's Search and Rescue Ground Stations
These ground stations have been upgraded with Second Generation Beacon (SGB) signal processing capabilities to more accurately and quickly...
 
Reliable Satellite Imagery for Farmers Engages Teamwork by Airbus Defence and Space and The Climate Corporation
As a result, farmers who use Climate FieldView can access high-resolution data of their fields - from the Airbus SPOT 6, SPOT 7 and Pléiades satellites...
 
35th Space Symposium: Demo of the Inclusion of NASA's cFS Tech within Aitech and EFSI's SPO-S SBC
Using the proven low power and high performance offered by the NXP MPC8548E PowerQuicc processor, along with the advanced Linux...
 
GomSpace to Provide Additional Smallsats to Sky and Space Global Under the Terms of New Agreement
The parties have consented on the principle terms for the provision and manufacturing by GomSpace of an additional constellation of smallsats...
 
Made In Space's Extended Structure Manufacturing is Developing Interferometry Technology for Smallsats
This technology, known as Optimast-SCI (Structurally Connected Interferometer), equips an ESPA-class smallsat with the company’s...
 
The 3D Engine Mount from RUAG Space to be the First 3D Printed Part to Land on the Moon
The company's 3D part will support landing and lift off of the spacecraft on the moon. The spacecraft will use a 3D printed aluminum structure...
 
Etisalat's UAE Teleport Achieves WTA's Tier 4 Full Certification
Etisalat becomes the first in MENA region to achieve WTA Tier 4 Full Certification and brings the number of Tier 4 fully certified teleports around...
 
Harris Selected for Navigation Technology Satellite-3 Build
The Space Enterprise Consortium selected Harris as the prime system integrator to design, develop, integrate and test NTS-3, including ground...
 
APAC Network Service Offerings Expanded by Lepton Global Solutions
During the last year, the company significantly increased its Pacific network service presence, adding multiple government, military and commercial ...
 
The Photon™ Smallsat Platform Launched by Rocket Lab @ Space Symposium
The company now delivers an integrated spacecraft build and launch service. The end-to-end mission solution enables smallsat customers to...
 
Initial Testing of the Additive Manufacturing Components within Aerojet Rocketdyne's RL10C-X Rocket Engine are Successful
The successful series of tests confirmed that the 3-D printed components performed as expected when integrated into a complete, full-scale engine...
 
Maxar's Restore-L Completes Critical Design Review
With the CDR complete, the spacecraft bus is on track to ship to NASA in 2020 for integration with the robotic payload and a forecasted launch in...
 
Peraton Launching COSMOS 360 at 35th Space Symposium
From mission planning to battle management command and control and beyond, the immersive 360-degree exhibit will showcase an integrated...