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Hispasat 36W-1 Dismounts In French Guiana
Arriving aboard a chartered Antonov An-124 cargo jetliner was Hispasat 36W-1...
 
Göktürk-1 Gains Space
The launch was carried out by Arianespace from the European spaceport in Kourou in French Guiana at 14:51 CET aboard a VEGA launch vehicle.
 
MultiSat Reaps A Licensed Affair In Mexico For Inmarsat Services
The Ka-band authorization includes Inmarsat I5 satellites...
 
Brazil Getting Packed Heading To The Moon By 2020 With Nanosatellite Garatéa-L
The scientists plan on taking advantage of one of the most promising kinds of equipment in terms of space exploration.
 
LeoSat Lands A Launch Partner With Globalsat Group
LeoSat’s new system of LEO satellites can deliver lower latency and stronger end-to-end security when compared to traditional satellite...
 
Brazil's EchoStar 23 To Launch In The New Year... And Report About SpaceX Explosion 
SpaceX is expected to inform insurance underwriters about the cause of the September 1 failure,
 
Arianespace...May Be End Of Year But No Slow Down In Heavy Lifting...Two Sats Set To Fly
Star One D1 is the largest satellite ever built for Brazil’s Embratel Star One
 
GÖKTÜRK-1A In Gantry Gets Arianespace Attention
The GÖKTÜRK-1A passenger will be deployed for operation in Sun-synchronous orbit...
 
"Go" For Galileo Rec'd For Arianespace Flight VA233
This launch will deploy a quartet of Galileo spacecraft during a nearly four-hour flight.
 
Transcending Work Done By Advantech Wireless In Mexico & Chile
The Transcend™ 800 carries native video, IP and TDM traffic, where traffic is combined directly in the radio frame.
 
A Fairing Kind Of Day For Arianespace
Arianespace “topped off” the Ariane 5 launcher with installation of the payload fairing over the four Galileo spacecraft and their payload dispenser.
 
Placing PSIP In Mexico
PSIP Central is providing electronic program guide and critical channel information to all of Grupo Imagen’s television transmitter sites located in the 40 most populous cities in Mexico.
 
QuadraSat Set Up Continues By Arianespace
The four satellites—named for winners of a European children’s drawing contest—were installed this week on Ariane 5 in the Spaceport’s Final Assembly Building,
 
Dispensing Good News For Arianespace's Flight VA233
This activity clears the way for the satellites’ integration as a single unit atop the heavy-lift Ariane 5.
 
A Bestirring In French Guiana For Galileo x4 Launch
An Ariane 5 ES is set for integration of its payload: four global positioning satellites for Europe's Galileo navigation system.
 
GÖKTÜRK-1A Has A December 5th Vega Propulsion Date With Arianespace
The four-stage Vega serves as the lightweight vehicle in Arianespace's launcher family operated from French Guiana.
 
Attention To BRICS PayTV Details...
The report provides holistic historical and future prospects of payTV service penetration, adoption by technology, by operator and by account types, market share analytics of operators and technology use and overall market revenues from 2011 to 2020 at country level.
 
CNES' President Le Gall Also Becomes The President Of IAF
Jean-Yves Le Gall, CNES President, was inaugurated as the President of the International Astronautical Federation.
 
Arianespace Continues Buildup Of Ariane 5's Final Steps To Launch Quartet Of Galileo Sats
The upcoming Ariane 5 launch will mark the initial utilization of Ariane 5 in deploying Galileo constellation satellites.
 
Mining A New Partnership
Partnerships such as this one are an important step in developing a thriving, international ecosystem of space companies and organizations.