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July 22nd, 2019
Next Stop the Moon as ISRO Launches Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft
“Today is the beginning of the historical journey of India towards Moon and to land at a place near south pole to carry out scientific experiments to explore the unexplored.
Northrop Grumman Obtains NASA ETIS III Contract
The contract will support the NASA Goddard Engineering and Technology Directorate, which is responsible for providing multi-discipline...
Speedcast Government Gains an IDIQ Subcontract for Tech and Pro Services
The subcontract has a ceiling value of approximately $5 million over a five year term. During the term of the subcontract, Speedcast Government will...
Iridium's Is 'Re-Upped' From the DoD ... Total Contract Valued in Excess of $400 Million
The total cumulative face value of the contract is $478,194,000. Performance will be at the contractor's facility.
Six Satellites' Successes ... OneWeb Delivers Real-Time HD Streaming from Space
OneWeb will enable very high speed and low latency connectivity everywhere and they are on schedule to offer the service globally in 24 months.
Thales Alenia Space Selects Syrlinks to Contribute to the Kinéis Smallsat Constellation
These miniaturized payloads will recover the data transmitted from the beacons to the satellites before beaming them back to the ground-based...
Space-Rated Active Optical Cable Now Available From AirBorn
AirBorn’s SAOC nexgen space interconnect is the first fully tested and qualified active optical cable available to the marketplace today. The...
Viasat to Attend the USAF's AFWERX Event to Address SATCOM and Multi-Network Solutions
Selection to participate in AFWERX Vegas addresses the USAF's interest in a multi-network, multi-orbit satellite communications (SATCOM) system that ...
High Power Satellite Tracking System Developed by Link Microtek
Designed to transmit and receive at frequencies from 8.5 to 10.5 GHz, the tracking system uses long runs of WR90 rigid waveguide, with six of the...
A Big SMILE for the Canadian Space Agency and Partners
Space weather can affect the performance of critical technologies and services both in space and on Earth, resulting in substantial economic...
Go Green ... Scotland's Skyrora Wins NewSpace Business Plan Competition
a balloon-based small satellite launch startup, earned the $1000 Audience Choice Award. 13-year old Belladonna Stofiel presented the business plan.