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March 16th, 2020
 
 
Hiber Appoints Industry Leaders to Advisory Board and Receives EU Funding
These strategic hires come after a successful 2019 that witnessed Hiber...
 
These Space Surveillance Satellites Just Got an Upgrade
... the four GSSAP satellites can provide data on other man-made objects in space without being interrupted by the weather or atmospheric conditions ...
 
Kleos to Finalize Launch Preparations Heading to India
...  independent intelligence will complement existing datasets to enable the hidden maritime activity such as drug and people smuggling, piracy ... 
 
Space Foundation State of Space 2020: What Didn’t Come Up...
But what also came up—repeatedly—were concerns about how quickly space is becoming a contested environment.
 
The 15th Consecutive Year of Profitability for C-COM Satellite Systems
The Company has generated revenues of $13,977,909 and a net after tax...
 
New President and CEO Announced by Lockheed Martin
He will succeed Marillyn A. Hewson, 66, who has served as Chairman...
 
The Guiana Space Center Suspends Launch Campaigns Due to COVID-19
These launch preparations will resume as soon as allowed by health...
 
China's Long March-7A Falls Short
The rocket lifted off at 9:34 p.m. Beijing Time from the Wenchang Space...
 
LAUNCH UPDATE: ULA Sets Date for U.S. Space Force's AEHF-6 Satellite
TDO-2 will deploy after Main Engine Cut Off 2 and prior to the anchor AEHF satellite, which is only the second time this event has occurred during a ... 
 
RUAG Space's Separation Systems for Soyuz-Launchers
Separation systems from RUAG ensure that satellite and rocket remain securely attached to one another during the tough journey into space, and ...