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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.
Arianespace's Announcement Following Today's Successful Launch
...confirming this workhorse vehicle's role as the launch services industry reference in availability, reliability and performance.
Mustering Marvelous Mission Maneuverings By SSL For nbn™
This SSL second HTS was designed and built for Australia’s national broadband network (nbn™) and is now successfully performing post-launch maneuvers according to plan.
Enhancing VSAT Services In Africa With SatMotion
GIN has rolled this technology out to ensure the customer experience is enhanced.
No Neckties Were Involved In The Success Of Arianespace's Sky Muster™II & GSAT-18 Launch
From Arianespace's Spaceport in French Guiana the Sky Muster™ launch went without a hitch, indicating that SSL's president, John Celli was not wearing a tie.
PerúSAT-1 Is Snapping... Earth Observation Satellite Sends Back First Images
Constructed in a record time of less than 24 months, PerúSAT-1 is currently the most powerful Earth observation satellite in the Latin American region.
A Lofting They Will Do... Arianespace Preps For The Upcoming Galileo Mission
This launcher is an Ariane 5 ES version that began the integration process earlier in the week.
Launch Reminder: nbn™'s SkyMuster II & ISRO's GSAT-18 Satellites To Advance To Orbit Tomorrow
This Ariane 5 flight will be the 280th mission empowered by the Arianespace launcher family.
Arianespace Mission Mustered On A Fairing Day
This upcoming mission will deliver the two telecommunications payloads into geostationary transfer orbit.
On The IAC 2016 Show Floor... Important Matters For Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre
The company will be highlighting their space sector development in the UAE and Dubai, UAE space strategy, projects launched, space infrastructure, and developing human capital during IAC.
Plenty Of Fueling Around For Arianespace As Preparations For Ariane 5 Flight VA231 Continue
With Ariane 5 now under Arianespace's responsibility, the launcher is in position to receive two passengers: the Sky Muster II and GSAT-18 telecommunications satellites.
Historic Live Broadcast For The 67th International Astronautical Congress
An unprecedented number of people will be able to have access to the state-of-the-art knowledge shared on this premier event.
PerúSAT-1 and SkySat-4 to -7 Satellites Pushed By An Arianespace Vega To Their Slots
Designated Flight VV07, this was Arianespace’s seventh launch of the year and also the seventh consecutive successful launch by Vega.
Arqiva's Got Game  ... SES Satellite Delivers English Premium Sports To Latin America And Caribbean 
"...this new agreement, Arqiva will be taking advantage of the excellent coverage and technical capabilities of our NSS-806 satellite.” 
Arianespace Flight VA233—The Galileo Four—Coming To Fruition
These spacecraft are undergoing fit checks with the new dispenser system that is to be installed on Ariane 5.
Arianespace Attending To ISRO's GSAT-11 & World Satellite Business Week
The satellite will be launched by an Ariane 5 launch vehicle from the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, in 2017.
SES Orders A Thales Satellite And Also Signs For First Secured Anchor For Inflight Connectivity
with close to 200 spot beams of different sizes, will be designed to provide optimal coverage for the densest data corridors in the Americas (North America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Latin America) and over the Atlantic Ocean.