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November 26th, 2019
 
 
Arianespace Launches Egypt's TIBA-1, Inmarsat's GX5 and Celebratory Statements
During these past 40 years Ariane has launched; the Galileo satellites; orbiting ATVs for servicing the ISS; the Herschel & Planck telescopes, and ... 
 
Sat5G Going Good for KT SAT
The test was aimed to expand the fifth generation technology linked to KT’s 5G network and KT SAT’s KOREASAT 6, located some 36,000 kilometers...
 
WGS-10 Accepted by U.S. Space Command into Operational Constellation
Following handover, Space and Missile Systems Center’s WGS program office, in collaboration with the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, completed...
 
Beer and Female Mice on Board? SpaceX Cargo Mission's Diverse ISS National Lab Projects
The Jackson Laboratory is sending 40 female mice, including; and Budweiser continues its research of the cereal crop barley onboard the space station,
 
ISRO's Successful Launch of 13 Nanosatellites
Cartosat-3 satellite is a third generation agile advanced satellite having high resolution imaging capability.
 
ESIM Decision by ITU WRC-19 Cheered by Viasat
The treaty, which was signed at the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) on Friday, November 22, 2019, provides access to...
 
Double Savings with Thuraya's Data Capture from Fixed and Mobile Assets
The data plans backed by the pooling option, make the T2M-DUAL all the more attractive, because users have to contend with only predictable costs.
 
Mystery Military Satellite Launch by Russia
Now on-orbit, the "item" is alleged to be packed with optical ISR components and what is termed an "inspection" device, all bundled together ...
 
Marlink Delivers Connectivity to "Remoters" in French Guiana
In a significant and far-reaching turnkey project, which included the installation of a satellite ground station, Marlink has successfully connected...