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January 13th, 2020
 
 
A New Decade — A New Satellite Industry
The Keynote for this years 2020 SmallSat Symposium will be delivered by Lieutenant General John F. Thompson, Commander, Space and Missile...
 
The Amazonas Nexus Satellite Build for HISPASAT to be Initiated by Thales Alenia Space
The new High Throughput Satellite (HTS) will enable HISPASAT to access new customers and markets, by delivering high capacity mobility services to...
 
David Calhoun Now Taking Charge at The Boeing Company
He has now assumed the role of President and Chief Executive Officer of The Boeing Company...
 
Septentrio GNSS Tech to Integrate with NXP's V2X
V2X technology enables cars to communicate with infrastructure as well as other vehicles, making driving safer and more efficient. It enables cars to...
 
Clumps in Space? NASA's Hubble Detects Smallest Known Dark Matter
... found that dark matter forms much smaller clumps than previously known. This result confirms one of the fundamental predictions of the widely accepted "cold dark matter" ...
 
Satellite Vu's New Views ... Office Relocation and Upcoming Events
Their satellites will provide users with unprecedented data that will help business make better decisions based on their new infrared satellite imagery insights.
 
Expectations: 2020 Satcom Finance Trends
Some trends as voiced last year are fairly clear – the wholesale lease vs. service debate has been put to rest in a telecommunication economy...
 
Dutch Researchers are Spot On Tracking Sargassum Seaweed with Globalstar Satellite 
Dutch researchers fit drifter buoys with SPOT Trace in order to understand the source of the dramatic increase in Sargassum seaweed.
 
ANGELS Satellite's Successful Payload 
The beacon sending the first signals picked up by the instrument was on a Japanese fishing vessel off the coast of Australia.
 
SpaceFund's First Three Investments Announced
SpaceFund is excited to continue to grow the firm's portfolio in 2020 and the first fund is still open for investment...
 
Putin's “Satellite Killer” Broke Up In Space
... equipped to hit land- and sea-based targets with long-range precision weapons such as hypersonic missiles, possibly clearing the way for Navy vessels in the event of conflict.
 
Thaicom Chatting with Foreign Firms Regarding Partnerships
The deals are expected to be concluded this year, with operations kicking off next year, according to Thaicom Chief Executive Anant Kaewruamgvongs...
 
Maxar Satellites Capture, Even Through Smoke, Australian Fire Disasters
With one of Maxar’s satellites (WorldView-3), however, the team is able to penetrate through the smoke using the spacecraft's Shortwave Infrared...
 
Asia-Pacific to be the Leading Region for 5G Tech Adoption
An analysis of GlobalData’s Asia Pacific Mobile Broadband Forecast Pack reveals that APAC will be the largest region followed by North America...
 
Thuraya to Present Satellite Solutions at the 12th International Petroleum Technology Conference
Visitors to IPTC 2020 will be able to view and test Thuraya’s voice, broadband and IoT/M2M solutions for land, maritime and aero platforms at ...
 
New Venture in 2021 ... OneWeb and SatixFy Will Launch a Digital Technology Pathway Payload
This combination of features enables significantly higher throughput to designated areas within satellite coverage, while continuing to meet all national security concerns.