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April 18th, 2019
 
 
Success as Northrop Grumman's Antares™ Rocket Launches Its Largest Cargo Load to ISS for NASA
confirmed reliable communications have been established and the solar arrays are deployed, providing the necessary electrical power to operate
 
Northrop Grumman Now Engaged with U.S. Cyber Command's Cyber Mission Force to Provide ISR Support
Under the CES contract, Northrop Grumman will identify, develop and implement cyber capabilities on Unified Platform to further enable the...
 
Provisional Certification from the WTA for Two U.S. Electrodynamics Teleports
Since 1985, USEI headquartered in Brewster, Washington, has been providing government, commercial and private satellite and terrestrial...
 
Japaneses Startup, Synspective, Enlists Arianespace to Launch StriX-a EO Satellite in 2020
This will be the inaugural mission for a Synspective customer spacecraft on an Arianespace vehicle. The launch will take place from the...
 
RBC Signals Ensures an Increase of Space Communication Services for SpaceQuest's THEA and BRIO 
Even though SpaceQuest operates its own ground station they engaged RBC Signals to increase the number of daily communication opportunities with their spacecraft. 
 
Poland and USSTRATCOM Agree to Share Space Services and Data
“Agreements like this one, between responsible nations, are critical to setting norms that encourage peaceful space operations.”
 
DoD Defense Innovation Unit and Space and Missile Systems Center Awards Project to ATLAS Space Operations
The competitively awarded rapid prototyping program will run for 12 months and will deliver a complete satellite communications platform tailored to the...
 
China's Chang'e-6 Mission to Solicit Payloads
The nation is offering to carry a total of 20 kg. solicited payloads, according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) this week...
 
Forrester Reports: $500 Million in Funding Being Sought by SpaceX
According to a regulatory filing, Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies is the vehicle, and the target for the cash is the company’s...
 
Arianespace's Long History with Japan is Reignited with the Dawn of a New Era, Reiwa
Arianespace has signed 33 launch contracts in 33 years with Japanese satellite customers. Three more launches for Japan are scheduled