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May 9th, 2019
 
 
Newtec Awarded Top Infrastructure Award by the Mobile Satellite Users Association
Newtec Dialog is now managing more than 100 beams and more than 25 gateways for this network and... the next chapter in taking their in-flight technology
 
Arianespace Selected by exactEarth to Launch the OHB Luxspace-Built ESAIL Satellite
The ESAIL satellite will be launched in a Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) at an altitude of 515 km. on a Vega SSMS rideshare flight in 2019 from the...
 
A Milestone of 45,000 Deployed Globalstar Satellite IoT Devices for Smart Animal Tracking is Revealed by FindMy
FindMy relies on Globalstar’s powerful, low-cost STX3 chipset and its worldwide network of satellites in LEO, which deliver reliable, accurate...
 
A Milestone for Thales Alenia Space in the ExoMars 2020 ESA Mission Development Program
Now it is ready to be integrated inside the Rover named Rosalind Franklin that is provided by Airbus Defense and Space in UK. The European Rover...
 
Five Russian Satellites Scheduled for Launch in 2020
Five satellites will be delivered to the orbit by rocket carriers in 2020 — one Glonass-M, one Glonass-K2 and three Glonass-K satellites...
 
RUAG Space and Rocket Crafters' New MOU Launch Them Into the Smallsat Launcher Market 
Rocket Crafters will collaborate with RUAG on the design, development and procurement of a sounding rocket guidance and navigation system...
 
Image Sensors Milestone for ESA's PLATO Mission Met by Teledyne e2v
Earlier this year, the acceptance event was marked with a signing by the delivery review board at Teledyne e2v in Chelmsford, UK. The acceptance ...
 
Agreement Reached with Russia for Two Additional Seats Aboard Soyuz Rocket for Transporation of U.S. Astronauts to ISS
According to earlier reports, NASA planned to conclude a deal with the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) for the purchase of two additional...
 
Airbus and Siemens Stress Importance of Hybrid-Electric Propulsion at Bauhaus Luftfahrt Symposium
Airbus and Siemens started a collaboration for hybrid-electric propulsion systems to demonstrate the feasibility of these eco-friendly technologies.