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Spottitt's Cloud-Based Workspace Provides Massive Satellite Imagery and Capabilities on DNV GL’s Veracity Platform
Energy firms have used it to select the optimal locations for wind turbines by mapping land cover and terrain characteristics in areas of interest.
 
York and Firefly's MOU 'All-in-One' Launch Service will Provide Rapid Access to Space 
an integrated market offering for spacecraft, launch, and downlink provider, that provides customers with a single point of entry to build space-based businesses
 
Prospects for Space Exploration is Euroconsult's Latest, Informative Report
Fifteen leading space programs worldwide are estimated to contribute to this global investment, with the U.S. accounting for 74 percent of the total...
 
Globecomm's Peter Schimitsch Named by SSPI as a Future Leader at Satellite Innovation 2018
SSPI’s annual list of “20 Under 35” features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
SSPI Announces the Inaugural “20 Under 35” List of Future Leaders to Watch During the Satellite innovation 2018 Event
SSPI’s annual list of "20 Under 35" features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
Thales Alenia Space to Build Ground Station for GNSS Satellite Tracking
The ground station will receive and process 406 MHz distress beacon signals from the MEO satellites being tracked and relay them to the...
 
Dramatic Satellite Photos Reveal Horrific Conditions After Earthquake and Tsunami Hit Indonesia
7.5 earthquake and tsunami that struck Palu, Indonesia reveal death toll is more than 1,200, and food and water for the survivors requires police ...
 
The Space Foundation's 35th Space Symposium Now Accepting Abstracts for Presentation Papers
Much like the main Symposium program, Tech Track will include featured speakers and a series of 20 minute "tech talk" presentations selected from...
 
A Joint Education Initiative Initiated by the Airbus Foundation, ESA and Autodesk
The “Moon camp” competition, based on the Airbus Foundation Discovery Space’s inspirational content and the ESA Education Office’s classroom...
 
Speedcast Introduces Fully Managed WiFi Service for Crew and Offshore Platforms
Speedcast Crew Wi-Fi is the latest connectivity application innovation from the company. The solution features a self-service portal and a direct billing...
 
NASA's LEO Commercialization Project and NanoRacks' Team's Participation in the Study
In this four-month study, NanoRacks will investigate the commercial case for the re-purposing of in-space hardware, specifically the upper stages of...
 
GHGSat's Funding of US$10 Million Led by OGCI Climate Investments with Plans for Satellites in 2019
This demonstration satellite will be followed starting in 2019 by two new satellites as well as an aircraft sensor.
 
China Invites International Congress to 'Share the Ride' with a Payload on Chang'e-6 Moon Sample Return Mission
China will invite international partners to place a small payload on a planned lunar sample return mission.
 
NSR Forecasts the Satellite M2M/IoT in a New Report
NSR’s first time forecast for this emerging smallsat market shows tremendous potential with 3.7 million M2M/IoT in-service units projected by...
 
Forrester Reports: Major SATCOM Actors Create the C-Band Alliance
In a joint statement, the four — which, between them, control 100 percent of C-band spectrum in use over the U.S. — say the CBA will enable a...
 
NASA JPL's Tiny Storm Tracking Satellites are Radar in a CubeSat
The people behind the miniature mission celebrated after RainCube sent back its first images of a storm over Mexico in a technology demonstration...
 
Euroconsult Reveals Their Latest Analysis of the Prospects for Space Exploration
Fifteen leading space programs worldwide are estimated to contribute to this global investment with the U.S. accounting for 74 percent of the total...
 
Northern Sky Research's Question... Can OneWeb Cross the Valley of Death?
OneWeb’s optimistic plans to launch its satellites every 21 days also creates added risks such as loss of a substantial part of their system in case of launch failures
 
Indonesia's First ... Surya University Selected by United Nations and JAXA to Launch Cube Satellite
will be designed for a two-way communication for educational and disaster mitigation purposes, to be carried out by anyone with a valid amateur radio
 
Euroconsult's Annual Awards for Excellence Announced ... Selected by Industry Experts
These annual awards recognize companies and their management for their outstanding accomplishments. Winners are chosen by a panel of industry...