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December 3rd, 2019
United Launch Alliance Delays Launch of Boeing's Orbital Flight Test Starliner
Additional time was needed for the ULA and Boeing teams to complete an analysis of the issue, replace the duct and complete processing ahead of 
Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization Payload Program Passes CDR
The CDR was the culmination of more than two months of review by the government and contractor team assessing the maturity of the payload...
China Launches New Earth Observation Satellite
The microwave remote sensing satellite is capable of providing photographs with a resolution of better than a meter.
Omnispace's Major Milestone ... Authorization for Mobile Operations in Mexico
Complementary ground component is regulatory milestone and first step towards delivering reliable ‘One Global Network' communications worldwide
After 19 Years at Newtec He's Now Gilat's Regional VP of North America
They must have made the position of Regional VP of North America very appealing for Slava Frayter to come to work for the company after his 19 year tenure at...
High Throughput Services to be Provided by Satellite Mediaport Services for Spacecom's AMOS-17
Spacecom’s AMOS-17 is an HTS satellite designed specifically to meet Africa’s fast-growing communication demands. Extensive C-Band HTS...
Chinese Spy Blimp Spotted by Satellite Image in Disputed South China Sea
Satellite surveillance imagery captured by an Israeli satellite firm has revealed China’s deployment of a spy blimp in an apparent effort to monitor disputed portions of the South China Sea.
New COO @ Ball Aerospace as of January 1, 2020
He joined Ball Aerospace in 2000 as Senior Program and Capture Manager, National Security Space. Since 2013, he has served as VP and...
Orbit Logic Awarded FLAPPER by NASA
FLAPPER’s goal is to significantly reduce (and in time, eliminate) the human resources expended in the traditional process of detection and...
Orbion and DOD Plan to Protect Space Systems and Economy Against Threats
"The U.S. must aggressively pursue all measures that would increase its resiliency in space or risk falling far, far behind."
Ball Aerospace’s AAAS Fellow ... She is Recognized for Substantial Contributions
her distinguished record in the diverse fields of planetary science and infrared astronomy, science policy and advocacy, and aerospace industry leadership.