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July 8th, 2019
 
 
UPDATE: Arianespace Flight VV15 Launch is Delayed Again
With high-altitude winds above the Spaceport in French Guiana remaining unfavorable, Arianespace has taken the decision not to attempt a launch of...
 
The Second Lockheed Martin-Built GPS III Satellite is Now Ready for a July 25 Liftoff
In the coming days, the enclosed GPS III SV02 satellite will be mounted to a ULA Delta IV rocket for launch. The current window for launch on July 25...
 
Forrester Reports News x 2 ...Vox Telecom's Distributor Agreement with Avanti ... and Private Ownership of AsiaSat
The partnership enables Vox to use Avanti’s satellite fleet, which provides full coverage across sub-Saharan Africa, to deliver broadband services to...
 
NSLSat-1 is Launched to Orbit by a Soyuz-2.1b from Vostochny With New Cloth High Speed Antenna
The company is pioneering privately-backed spaceflight and has designed fabric-like, flexible dish antennas that expand in space to offer high-throughput...
 
Europe is Designing Satellites that 'Surf' their Way Past Space Debris
The very existence of the more than 900,000 pieces of debris larger than 1 centimeter in size ...  poses a serious threat to the sustainability of space activities.
 
Russia Sends Their Meteor-M No.2-2 and an Additional 32 Satellites to Orbit
Approximately nine minutes after the launch, the upper stage with the payloads separated from the third stage launcher and the upper stage...
 
Space Norway, Kongsberg Satellite Services and Northrop Grumman Combine Forces for Two HEO Satellites for Arctic Coverage
This limited liability company is owned by the Norwegian government and has established a new subsidiary company — Space Norway HEOSAT AS...
 
How NASA Satellites Are Helping Track Disease Outbreaks
Mosquito-borne diseases are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths worldwide every year ... which is why NASA has been working to help  
 
New, Three Year Imagery Contract for Maxar from Esri
As part of Maxar’s continued efforts to innovate and enhance its products, Esri will receive a new version of Vivid that more than doubles the...
 
CNES Selects Airbus' "Significant Leap Forward" for EO ... Constellation Optique 3D 
innovative and all electric platforms, these extremely agile satellites instigate a new way of acquiring, processing and transferring images to the ground.
 
NASA Signs On SpaceX to Launch IXPE
The IXPE mission currently is targeted to launch in April of 2021 on a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A in Florida. IXPE will fly three...