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October 2nd, 2019
 
 
A Salute to a SARGE at EXOS Aerospace Systems & Technologies' 10th Successful Reuse Hover Test
Not everything that goes up does come down, but in this test, thankfully, that is what happened...It was our most successful hover attempt but had limited...
 
Morgan Stanley Research:  Intelsat S.A. — Catalyst Driven Idea
The FCC's Final Report and Order should address if — and how (private auction, etc.) — the C-Band, currently used by satellite providers can be...
 
Astroscale and University of Southampton Enlist DAMAGE Control for Active Debris Removal Services
large satellite constellations will add thousands of objects to low-Earth orbit in the next ten years, increasing the likelihood of collision and posing a risk to ...
 
U.S. Army's Cyber and Comms Development to be Supported by Northrop Grumman and Speedcast Government
The contract will allow the U.S. Army to procure an entire range of Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) aimed at advancing the force’s tactical...
 
Relativity Space Closes Series C Funding Round to Launch Entirely 3D Printed Rocket
Built from raw material to launch-ready in less than 60 days with a payload capacity up to 1250 kg., Relativity’s Terran 1 rocket is now upgraded to a...
 
Sierra Nevada Corporation Enters Partnership with NASA to Advance Moon and Mars Technologies
SNC and NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, will perform the work over the next 24 months through the agency’s ...
 
Inmarsat Signs Agreement to Initiate Commercial Flight Trials for Iris Air Traffic Modernization Program
Iris is being developed to deliver benefits to European aviation by enabling high bandwidth, cost-effective, satellite-based, datalink communications...
 
SENER Aeroespacial Successfully Delivers the AOCS for the Euclid Satellite
This version, called v1, covers all the nominal functionalities and has allowed the company to demonstrate and test the outstanding subsystem's...
 
Raytheon Completes Full GPS OCX Design and Development for USAF
The GPS OCX team completed development of 1.5 million lines of software code, supported by a pivot to leading-edge commercial software...
 
Tanks for the Photos ... Iranian-Flagged Tankers Captured by Maxar’s WorldView-3 Satellite
World drama continues, and Earth Observation satellites are invaluable with the information they reveal. Such as ...