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November 21st, 2019
 
 
A Conversation with... David Henri, Exotrail, @ Space Tech Expo Europe
Our core product is a miniaturized propulsion solution for smallsats. Using Hall Effect Technology, we are able to provide a dramatically higher thrust...
 
A Conversation with... Alexandra Sokolowski, Hyperion Technologies B.C., @ Space Tech Expo Europe
Hyperion designs and develops miniaturized and high-performance components for smallsats. We focus on subsystems to ensure that the...
 
ITU Adopts New Regulations for NGSO Satellites
The agreement reached at WRC-19 establishes regulatory procedures for the deployment of non-geostationary satellites, including mega-constellations...
 
UPDATE: Forrester Reports — On a Knife’s Edge
The CBA’s filing to the FCC on October 29 was timely in that it was the first time anyone had officially talked about increasing the bandwidth to be...
 
SpaceX's Starship 'Sees Stars' After Bulkhead Explodes
A prototype upper stage built as a pathfinder for SpaceX’s planned human-rated Starship rocket literally blew its upper bulkhead Wednesday during a ...
 
Taila's Germany Teleport Renews WTA's Certification Program
confirms Talia’s commitment to delivering quality services to unconnected locations across the world, as well as to working alongside strategic partners
 
Spacecom on the Verge of Being Sold?
Market sources said they believed Frenkel was offering 11 shekels ($3.18) a share for Spacecom, or 100 million shekels total. That is an improvement...
 
Collaboration MoU Between Azercosmos and SGAC
Among the activities considered under the MoU, Azercosmos and SGAC expressed the intention of promoting SGAC in Azerbaijan by encouraging...
 
New Technologies MoU by Oakman Aerospace + ArsUltra S.A.
The new agreement indicates the companies’ shared intention to advance spacecraft development through Modular Open System Architectures ...
 
OHB System AG Sounding Off
TEXUS-56 took off from the ESRANGE Space Center (ESC) near Kiruna, reaching an altitude of 266 kilometers. During the parabolic flight...