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SatMagazine and MilsatMagazine are provided FREE by Satnews Publishers and are available to read online or download. Respectively focused on commercial and military areas, the magazines provide monthly features, trends, market analysis and recent developments in international satellite communications. You can access the most recent issues below.
July 2014 Edition

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SatMagazine Features Include:

Launch-O-Rama: A Flight Of Four (O3b Networks)
These satellites are the latest addition to the company’s Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) constellation
Launch-O-Rama: Delivering A Dummy
The light-lift Angara-1.2ML with a mock payload on board lifted off from the Angara multi-purpose launch pad and delivered a dummy satellite to the designated landing site.
Launch-O-Rama: TechDemoSat-1 On Orbit
The spacecraft carries eight separate payloads from UK academia and industry, providing valuable in-orbit validation for new technologies.
Launch-O-Rama: Student Developed LUCIDity Aboard TechDemoSat-1
Hundreds of schools across the United Kingdom will play a hands-on role analyzing vital ‘space weather’ data sent back to Earth by TechDemoSat-1.
Launch-O-Rama: NASA’s OCO-2
OCO-2 is NASA’s first spacecraft dedicated to studying atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), the most significant human-produced greenhouse gas and the principal, human-produced driver of climate change.
Launch-O-Rama: Flinging Six Into Orbit + Deeper Looks...
The primary payload is the Meteor M2, one of four Russian meteorological satellites the country hopes to orbit no later than 2015.
The TRUTHS About Climate Change
By Dr. Nigel Fox, the National Physical Laboratory, UK
An Historic Look @ The Mission To Planet Earth Program
By Jos Heyman, Senior Contributor
Space Is Going Commercial
By Yossi Avraham, Senior Product Marketing Manager, ORBIT
Executive Spotlight
Awaes Jaswal, CEO, ViewSat
The Changing Face Of Teleports
Moving from a teleport operator to a satellite operator creates a unique position for NewSat in the market.
Full Steam Ahead For EO Differentiation
By Stéphane Gounari, Senior Analyst, NSR Ireland
Thuraya — Not Your Father’s Satellite Company
By Randy Roberts, Vice President of Innovation, Thuraya
Careers: The Age Factor—Are You Too “Old?”
By Bert Sadtler, Senior Contributor
Understanding Your Source-Sink Solutions For Satellite Power Testing
By Ed Brorein, Agilent Technologies
Event: The NAB Shaping Of CCW+SATCON
Following the purchase of the two co-located events by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), SATCON is attracting key players and conference sessions for the 13th consecutive year.
SATCOM For Railways
By Sunil Gupta, Senior Product Director, International Network Products Division, Hughes Network Systems
Futron’s 2014 Space Competitive Index
An Executive Summary
Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors
June 2014 Edition

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MilsatMagazine Features Include:

Dispatches Part I
Information & News, by the Editors
Dispatches Part II
Information & News, by the editors
Google’s Space Efforts: Solid Plans Or Pipe Dreams?
By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributor
Command & Control (C2): Where It’s Been, Where It’s Going...
By Stuart Daughtridge, Senior Vice President, Advanced Technology, Kratos Defese & Security Solutions
Euroconsult Analysis: The New Era Of MILSATCOM
By Stephane Chenard (Senior Associate Consultant) + Richard Roithner (Director, SATCOM), Euroconsult
POV: A Commercial View Of Mission Success
By Kay Sears, President, Intelsat General Corporation
The HPA COorner: Policy + Legislation Encourage Hosted Payloads.. So, What’s The Hold Up??
By Nicole Robinson, Vice Chair, Hosted Payload Alliance + Corporate Vice President, SES Government Solutions
NSR Analysis: Civil Government Softens MILSATCOM Woes
By Jose Del Rosario, Research Director, NSR Manila
The Space Safety Culture Is Now A Complex Domain
By Lt. Col. Beth Kelley Horine, Air Force Safety Center Public Affairs