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November 11th, 2019
 
 
Veterans Day, Lest We Forget...
Veterans Day, lest we forget...
 
SpaceX Success as 60 Starlink Satellites Launch From Repurposed Falcon 9 Rocket
satellite is 100 percent demisable and will quickly burn up in Earth’s atmosphere at the end of their life cycle, a measure that exceeds all current safety standards.
 
Viasat's Multi-Mission Terminal Begins Certification for the UK MoD's Skynet SATCOM X-Band System
Viasat’s MMT, being a tri-band, multi-network software-defined solution, delivers high-quality IP-based voice, video and data networking across ...
 
India and Japan to Explore Moon's Dark Side
The Japanese agency said the mission would last about six months and target a constantly sunlit region near the moon's South Pole.
 
Inmarsat at METSTRADE Brings Global Superyacht Connectivity 
As the growth of digitization in the industry continues, Inmarsat is highlighting its capabilities to deliver reliable and flexible superyacht...
 
Viasat and EL AL Israel Airlines Expand IFC Connectivity Partnership
In addition to the Boeing 777 fleet, Viasat equipment currently powers the connectivity experience across EL AL’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Boeing...
 
NSR Reports Healthy Revenues for VSAT and Broadband for the Next Decade
The satellite broadband ecosystem is in its transition phase with multiple ongoing parallel developments. Vivek Suresh, NSR Analyst and author of...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA Demos Advanced Electric Propulsion System Thruster at Full Power 
Aerojet Rocketdyne-developed AEPS thrusters are slated to be used on the Power and Propulsion Element of NASA’s Gateway, the agency’s orbiting...
 
Speedcast Delivering Satellite Services to Australia's NBN Co
NBN Co's new Business Satellite Service (BSS) leverages an extensive network designed, built and managed by Speedcast Managed Services...
 
Spacecom's AMOS-17 Satellite's Satellite Services in Angola
AMOS-17’s C-band HTS capabilities enable the satellite to target all of Angola with a single beam rather than using a number of smaller beams, as...
 
Kepler's World's First High-Bandwidth Satellite for Scientists Adrift on an Arctic Ice Sheet 
hundreds of scientists and operations crew will remain locked into the Arctic ice sheet ... The team will spend the next 12 months drifting