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Early Bird Pricing for the SmallSat Symposium Available Now...
Less than three minutes is required for interested parties to register to attend this outstanding event that will be in session during February of 2019...
 
Delay .... But Wait There's More ... Delay of Cygnus Launch to International Space Station
Loaded with 7,500 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware, this is the tenth commercial resupply mission for Northrop Grumman.
 
Now Available from NSR: M2M and IoT via Satellite, 9th Edition, Report...
In addition, the much sought-after small satellite segment is now forecasted across major applications and in all regions, drawing from NSR’s vast library...
 
Gilat’s Dual-Band Aero Terminal Passes Environmental Tests and Receives DO-160 Certification
is the only open architecture terminal that immediately switches during flight between Ka- and Ku-bands according to capacity coverage and availability.
 
Advanced TV Reports: Is the "Mega-Constellation" Bubble About to Burst?
However, there are plans afoot for thousands of new satellites to be launched over the next five years. Even though these lower orbiting...
 
Veterans Day, Lest We Forget...
Veterans Day, lest we forget...
 
Euroconsult Reports on their Analysis for the Builds and Launch Market for Satellites During the Next Decade
The 3,300 satellites over 50 kg. to be launched over 2018-2027 should represent a market of $284 billion for the space industry in terms of building...
 
Orbit Logic's STK Scheduler Software and CPAW Delivered to General Dynamics Mission Systems for Landsat 8 and 9 
schedule for satellite communications between the Landsat satellites, U.S. and international ground stations and TDRSS satellite communication nodes.
 
Two ESA Academy Training Events Now Accepting Applications
ESA’s Education Office has recently launched the call for applications for two ESA Academy training sessions...
 
Leonardo and Thales Alenia Space's Instruments, GOME-2 and IASI-3, and a Statement Regarding Metop-C
in 2,200 kilometer-wide swaths collecting 30 views of the Earth and measures the infrared radiation spectrum emitted by the Earth twice a day.
 
Airbus Selects RUAG Space for Developing Rooms by the Moon, or the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway
Placed farther from Earth than the current International Space Station – near the moon but not in a low lunar orbit – the gateway will offer
 
Government and MILSATCOM Market is Rebounding as Analyzed in New NSR Report
Geopolitics, acquisition reform, and expanded low-cost offerings from the commercial market, all point to expanded opportunities across all regions...
 
Upgrading the Swiss Embassies Across the Globe Tasked to Marlink
Marlink’s secure multi-band global network will interconnect Swiss embassy sites overseas via a satellite-based managed service solution, improving the...
 
RemoveDEBRIS' Test Successfully Cleans Up Space Junk 
The U.S. Space Surveillance Network tracks 40,000 objects. It is estimated that there are more than 7,600 tons of ‘space junk’ in and around Earth’s orbit
 
Airbus' Ocean Finder Goes High and Deep to Ensure Asset Safety of at Sea
While at sea there are many possible issues that can cause concern, hijacked boats, illegal activities, search and rescue operations and monitoring ships.
 
Most Promising Start-Ups Honored at Euroconsult's World Satellite Business Week
One hundred and thirty companies were identified, after which 36 were shortlisted and 12 were invited to pitch. The four winners were selected...
 
Surrey Satellite Technology Honored with International Board of Trade Award
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.’s international exports track record, totaling £1.15 billion ($1.5 billion) over a 30 year period, has been honored with an ...
 
Globalstar Joins the Satellite Industry Association
Globalstar operates a LEO constellation of satellites and provides mobile satellite voice and data products and service packages to government...
 
C-COM's New Global Telemedicine Vehicle Network White Paper is Now Available for Download
Geographical areas with limited to no healthcare accessibility regions are called ‘medical deserts',
 
SSPI Announces Winners of 2018 Better Satellite World Awards, Honorable Mentions, and a Special Humanitarian 
The envelopes were opened and the winners announced for the Space & Satellite Professionals International fourth annual Better Satellite World Awards.