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July 24th, 2019
 
 
Maxar Technologies is Now Involved with NASA's TEMPO Earth Science Instrument
Scheduled to fly in 2022 on a 1300-class commercial satellite provided by Maxar, TEMPO will make hourly measurements of atmospheric gases...
 
Award for Workplace Excellence Bestowed Upon EchoStar and Hughes
The 2019 accolades include awards for overall Workplace Excellence, Health & Wellness, EcoLeadership and Diversity. Remarkably, Hughes has...
 
Second Laser Kicks In for ESA's Aeolus Mission
ESA decided to switch over to the instrument’s second laser — and the mission is now back on top form. Developing novel space technology is...
 
Air Force Eyes New Deep Space Sensors in Australia, Spain
The GEODSS network of telescopes can see objects the size of a basketball out to 40,000 kilometers. The one-meter telescopes are equipped with highly 
 
Virgin Orbit Signs Agreement to Launch Small Satellites for the UK’s Royal Air Force
The closest the U.K. has come is when it launched a British satellite aboard a British rocket in 1971 but that took off from a launchpad in Australia.
 
Getting Ready for a Mission to the Moon ... Lockheed Martin Completes NASA’s Orion Spacecraft 
“Orion will accelerate scientific discovery of our solar system and will be the cornerstone of the defining space achievement of this era.”
 
Orbit Logic Selected by U.S.A.F. Research Laboratory for Space Data Analytics ... Data Fusion, AI and Machine Learning
The team will be extending the capabilities of Orbit Logic’s existing COTS solution to create Image Recognition in SpyMeSat (IRIS) updating the...