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April 16th, 2019
 
 
Virgin Orbit Selects Guam as a LauncherOne Launch Site
With the site's remote location and close proximity to the equator, Guam serves as an excellent base of operations from which the company's...
 
Northrop Grumman's Antares Rocket to Send the Company's Cygnus Spacecraft on the Firm's 11th Cargo Mission to ISS
Pending completion of cargo late load, final vehicle testing and acceptable local weather conditions, the launch will take place April 17 with lift-off ...
 
An Evolution: The Euroconsult Group is Launched
Since the firm's incorporation more than years ago, Euroconsult has grown into an internationally renowned group dedicated to providing private...
 
Satellite Research Center Launched to Advance the Australian Space Industry
The national SmartSat CRC will be headquartered at the University of South Australia and will bring together an A$190 million cash and in-kind...
 
Helical Communications Technology Launches Their First Antenna for Hiber Satellite
HCT designed the custom-built “quadrifilar” helical antennas at their Rockledge-based operations and shipped them to the Netherlands, where...
 
Colombian Caracol TV Supports Critical Broadcast Operations with Teledyne Paradise's SSPAs 
enabling broadcasters to respond to fluctuating news coverage requirements by easily removing and locating redundant units to other geographic locations 
 
Inmarsat's GX Aviation Broadband Service to be Pre-Installed on Virgin Atlantic's New Airbus Aircraft
Virgin Atlantic is scheduled to receive 12 Airbus A350-1000s over the next three years, with GX Aviation pre-installed upon delivery. The service will...
 
The Innovative ThinSat Program to be Powered by Alta Devices Solar Cells
ThinSats are part of a program to set a new standard for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) education in the U.S...
 
Aussie's Defense Innovation Hub Grant to Fund Tests for Anti-Jitter Satellite Technology 
“The stabilizing technology enables very fine pointing with as little jitter as possible, focusing on stars for long periods of time.”