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January 9th, 2020
 
 
South Korea's Chollian-2B Satellite Scheduled for February Launch by Arianespace
The Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) stated that this is the first time a GEMS (Geostationary Environmental Monitoring Spectrometer) has...
 
Boeing and NASA are Forming an Investigation Team to Figure Out Cause of Spacecraft Mishap
But the Starliner never made it to the space station. A glitch with the capsule’s internal clock prevented the Starliner from burning its engines at the right time during flight.
 
Is It Terminal? Mess Threatens DoD SATCOM Multi-Domain
DoD currently maintains 17,000 terminals with "approximately 135 different designs. Those terminals operate across diverse platforms such as ships, backpacks, vehicles all with differing ...
 
Celestia Technologies Group Gathers Antwerp Space into their Fold
The Celestia Technologies Group is a pan-European network of SME’s based on innovation and development of high technology products for the...
 
Euroconsult's Report Forecasts Commercial Space Revenues to Reach $485 Billion by 2028
Satellite operations and services lead growth with five percent annual increase over the next decade. Manufacturing, launch and ground segment projected to grow four percent annually
 
WTA's Tier 3 Certification of PlanetCast’s New Delhi (Noida) Teleport
PlanetCast commented on the development saying that they operate the largest teleport in this part of the world and they are providing services to top broadcasters across ...
 
Advantech Wireless Technologies Receives Millions for a FlyAway SATCOM Terminal Order
The Engage Class Flyaway Terminal Solution includes the most advanced SATCOM technology. This flexible and transportable satellite terminal is a...
 
SD Satellite Distribution Agreement Received by SES from Medien Gruppe RTL Deutschland
The complete, free, TV channel package of the Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland will continue to be available via SES’s ASTRA satellites at the...