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Thaicom - Delivering Pay-TV into Laos Via THAICOM-8 Satellite
Under the multi-year agreement, MVI has signed a contract for Ku-band capacity on the THAICOM 8 satellite, which represents a total solution for...
 
SpeedCast Acquires UltiSat — Now They'll Set Up Government Division
The acquisition strengthens Speedcast's position in the Government and NGO sectors, complementing ...
 
ISRO's Chairman Shares His Opinions and the Need to Continue Receiving Help from NASA
What about India's space collaboration with the U.S. and Israel? 
 
Singapore Sinks $8.4M in Search and Rescue Satellite Technologies
the new system has a greater position accuracy for faster detection and location of vessels or people in distress.
 
From Down Under to Up Into Space as Australian Company Possible Space Industry Backer 
the investment fund whose manager, Infrastructure Capital Group, has recommended to the NTIDF not to invest “at this stage” but to ...
 
Hytera + Norsat International - Acquisition of the Latter by the Former is Now Completed...
The purpose of the arrangement was for Hytera to acquire, through its wholly-owned indirect subsidiary, Hytera Project, all of the issued and outstanding Norsat Shares...
 
AsiaSat + KBZ Gateway - Myanmar Comms Partnership Extended
KBZ has expanded its C- and Ku-band capacity on the AsiaSat 4 and AsiaSat 7 satellites to meet the growing demands from clients in the...
 
 ORBCOMM is Uplifted by JLG with Total Telematics Solutions for Aerial Fleet
will also be available through a mobile app, enabling customers to manage their aerial equipment on the go, in real-time from any mobile device.

 
ST Engineering's Electronics Arm Muscles Contracts Worth Approximately S$490m in 2Q2017
This company's electronics arm did well in the second quarter of 2017 with contracts secured that total approximately S$490m ($358M US) for ...
 
Arianespace's Vega Will Deliver Twins ... Set For August 1, Earth Observation Payloads
Vega is prepared for the twin Earth observation payloads to be orbited on Arianespace’s August 1 mission
 
Satellite Delivers Water Data to Pakistani Farmers' Cell Phones
A new program in that nation uses satellite information to estimate how much water a field requires...
 
Taiwan - FORMOSAT-5 Ships to Vandenberg AFB for SpaceX Launch
This is the first remote sensing satellite designed, manufactured, and controlled by the NSPO and domestic teams and the satellite succeeds...
 
ASTROSCALE's Satellite is a Kind of Magnetic Garbage Can
"Space is filled with trash, and if things continue as they have, space exploration will no longer be sustainable."
 
Russia's Record ... Launches 72 Small Satellites
Russia has never launched such a large number of satellites simultaneously. 
 
JAXA Plays Ball on the ISS With Int-Ball Drone Camera 
It's the first camera drone that can record video while moving in space under remote control from the ground. 
 
Quantum Satellite Able to Do What All Never Thought Possible — Teleportation
In both cases, this was the first time these functions were performed in space and, therefore, represent a step toward quantum communications...
 
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) - Seeking Additional Space Launch Hardware Suppliers
The pace of Indian space launches is heating up and the ISRO has started scouting for additional manufacturers for most of their launch vehicle hardware...
 
Airbus Foundation and THAI's Goodwill Mission ... School Supplies to Kids in Areas of Conflict 
Providing school supplies for students in areas of conflict is something most people have never had to contend with, but it's a very real fact and
 
ASTROSCALE Cleans Up ... Raises $25 Million in Series C Funding With Goal to Clean Up Space 
Approximately 750,000 space debris objects over one centimeter in diameter exist in space, threatening satellites and spacecraft that orbit the Earth.
 
Aussie's Assist ... Fleet Space Technologies Receives Funding for First Two Satellites
Dr. Nardini, a former European Space Agency rocket scientist, has joined a chorus of voices calling for Australia to establish a national space agency to...