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January 2019 Comeback Flight for China's Largest Rocket Scheduled for January of 2019
Success of the upcoming launch will be crucial to progress on China's lunar, space station and interplanetary exploration plans, with the Long March 5...
 
KSAT to Support ALE's Meteor Showers
The Japanese company will launch two unique smallsats aiming to provide artificial, on-demand, meteor showers. The first satellite is planned to be...
 
Satellite Interference Reduction Group and Intelligence-Sec to Host Event in Asia
As more satellites are launched there is an ever increasing issue of satellite interference that is sometimes unintentional, and other times it's not so much. 
 
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 ...
 
China Launches Twin Yaogan-32 Remote Sensing Satellites
The satellites, both part of the Yaogan-32 family, were launched by a Long March-2C rocket with an attached upper stage at 10:43 a.m. Beijing time...
 
ISRO Planning a New PSLV Integration Facility
Cost-effectiveness has attracted several countries, including the U.S. and the U.K., to use ISRO’s launch pad at Sriharikota, according to B.V.V.S.N. Prasad Rao...
 
Addvalue's Exclusive Agreement with Network Innovations Starts Off With a Kick
In the U.S. there are around 4,000 fishing vessels required to comply with the VMS regulations 
 
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...
 
ORBCOMM to Deliver Their Satellite Services to China
One of the premier Chinese telecommunications operators recently received the authorization for the use of ORBCOMM’s satellite...
 
Forrester Reports: Leosat Satellite Connectivity Faster than Fiber and SES Discusses OneWeb
The first satellites are due for launch in 2021. The company says it already has around US$700 million in client commitments. Japan’s JSAT and Spain’s Hispasat ...
 
Space BD and Innovative Solutions In Space Sign Distribution Agreement for Smallsat Solutions
The agreement was signed on the occasion of the Netherlands-Japan Space Industry Event at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) to ...
 
Kacific's VP Sales Brings His Expertise to Melanesia and the Pacific and Readies for Kacific-1 Launch
experience with VSAT service providers in the Pacific, Southeast Asia and Africa ... leading up to the launch of their satellite, Kacific-1 in 2019.
 
Gilmour Space Secures AUD 19 Million for Hybrid Rocket Launch
The Series B investment round was led by top-tier venture capital firms in Australia: Main Sequence Ventures, which manages Australia’s...
 
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.
 
AsiaSat Scores as it Delivers MEDIAPRO Live 4K Soccer Via AsiaSat-9
After a successful year of partnership with MEDIAPRO, AsiaSat 9 was selected for broadcasting matches from top football divisions in 4K format...
 
China's Centispace-1 S1 Experimental Satellite is Launched
The Kuaizhou-1A solid-fueled rocket lifted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in the Gobi Desert with authorities declaring success within...
 
Japan and Aussie Researchers' Newest Space Junk Cleanup ... Shoot and Burn
potential debris disasters might be averted by sending up a cleaning probe. The satellite works by blasting two plasma beams in opposite directions.
 
Northrop Grumman and Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Shovel Sod to Begin Satellite Ground Station East
The SGS-E will be a major component of the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) future satellite communications (SATCOM) capability,
 
China's Newest Laser Satellite Developed for Anti Submarine Warfare is it a New 'Death Star' for Submarines?
it will make the upper layer of the sea “more or less transparent”.
“It will change almost everything,”
 
LeoLabs Selects New Zealand to Expand their Space Radar Network
This establishes New Zealand as the site for the first radar of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. As the third radar in LeoLabs’ network, this radar will ...