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October 14th, 2019
 
 
As the Crow Flies ... Gettin' Ready for a New Zealand Launch
This mission will fly a Palisade technology demonstration satellite, a 16U CubeSat bus with on-board propulsion system ...
 
Valued at Up to $986 Million ... USAF SMC Selects Firefly Black as a Launch Service Provider
Firefly Black intends to bridge demand between pure small launch capability and that provided by the National Security Space Launch...
 
BBC ... Typhoon Hagibis: Satellites Show Japan Rivers in Flood
Photos from the BBC reveal the results of one of Japan's biggest typhoons to have decimated the countryside in decades.
 
Virgin Orbit and the UK Partnership Brings RAF Test Pilot to the LauncherOne Team
Virgin Orbit has just commenced its first proper launch campaign, transporting its orbital test rocket to the Mojave Air and Space Port in...
 
A Big Job from MIT Lincoln Laboratory for the Smallsat Experts @ Blue Canyon Technologies 
Blue Canyon Technologies Selected for MIT Lincoln Laboratory Agile MicroSatellite Mission
 
World Teleport Association Opens the Top Teleport Operators Survey
The Top Operators announcement receives press coverage within the industry and provides valuable exposure to the operators included in the...
 
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Space Weather Instrument Launched with NASA's ICON Satellite
NRL’s MIGHTI (Michelson Interferometer for Global High-Resolution Thermospheric Imaging) will measure wind and temperature profiles and...
 
Satcoms Innovation Group Workshop to be Hosted by WORK Microwave
will address the role of innovation in the future of the satellite industry.Industry professionals will explore themes such as ...
 
Vice President Mike Pence to Participate at the Opening Ceremony of IAC 2019 
IAF and AIAA are honored that Vice President Pence will be participating in IAC 2019. As with any high-ranking government official speaking at an IAC...
 
L3Harris Heading into AUSA 2019 with their HalcyonLink Interference Canceller
As the U.S. military conducts EW and cyber operations, noise from co-located EW transmitters can impact the performance of nearby tactical...
 
NSR Looks at Non-Imagery EO
One of the most recent, fastest-growing, opportunities in the satellite-based Earth Observation (EO) market does not involve imagery, at all.
 
RUAG Space Expands Production Facilities and Gets Ready to Heat Up to the Extreme
rocket engines have to withstand extreme heat of up to 1,500 degrees Celsius for a few minutes ... much higher than the typical -150 to +150
 
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems to Work with Dynetics on Hypersonic Systems
GA-EMS will provide cable, electrical, and mechanical manufacturing to support DTS’ three year contract award from the U.S. Army Hypersonic Project Office...
 
CopaSat Acquires Virideon Technology
Through this acquisition, the company is focused on expanding the work the firm has already done with Virideon to further develop the lightweight...
 
Qualcomm to Support India's Regional Navigation Satellite System
The solution is built on Qualcomm Technologies’ foundational inventions in location-based position technology. As part of the updated platforms, the...