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November 3rd, 2019
 
 
The Next Giant Space Leaps — Experts Share Industry Advancements at IAC 2019
The 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2019, Washington, DC) landed on U.S. soil for the first time in 17 years...
 
'To Do List' as Cygnus Spacecraft Sails to Space Station with a Multitude of Experiments
Each resupply mission delivers scientific investigations in the areas of biology and biotechnology, Earth and space sciences, physical sciences, and ...
 
Egypt's TIBA-1 Satellite Getting Closer to Launch
TIBA-1 aims promotes development by providing telecommunications infrastructure and broadband Internet to remote and isolated areas, support...
 
Found It ... FindMy, the NexGen IoT Animal Tracker with Globalstar LEO Satellite Connectivity
FindMy collars have transmitted 20 million IoT tracking messages by satellite, enabled by Globalstar’s STX3 chipset and its worldwide fleet of LEO satellites...
 
By the Close of 2022, Satellite Payloads Could Garner $14.8 Billion in Revenues Across the Globe
According to research, the global market for satellite payloads will have registered modest CAGR and procured a little over $14.8 billion in revenues...
 
GPS Spatial Temporal Anti-Jam Receiver Contract to Lockheed Martin for F-35 Integration
The GSTAR system will replace the current Antenna Electronics Unit (AEU) and will provide enhanced capabilities including the next-generation...
 
U.S. Government Accountability Office Has Recommendations for USAF Space Command and Control
Early prototype work on the program's software began in 2016. As of mid-2019, the program had delivered some initial capabilities; however, the...
 
Two New Soyuz MS Rockets to be Built by Russia
Russia will build one spacecraft for a flight by space tourists in 2021 while the other Soyuz will be needed to deliver expeditions to the...
 
Kepler's Early Access Registration for IoT Developer Kit ... Limited Number of Trials for Third Satellite
The DevKit will provide early access to Kepler’s forthcoming satellite-enabled narrowband connectivity service.  Designed to provide a truly-global...