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UPDATED: Inmarsat Selects Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' H-3 Launch Vehicle for their Satellite Launch
Inmarsat’s sixth-generation fleet will be the first to feature dual-payload satellites; each supporting L- and Ka-band (Global Xpress) services. 
China Launches SaudiSat-5a and -5B to Orbit
The SaudiSat-5A and SaudiSat-5B remote sensing satellites have been developed and manufactured at the King Abdulla City for Science and Technology...
Fleet Space Technologies' Centauri Launches... This Startup Started a Marathon of Launches in Just a Month
Just one satellite has the ability to cover 90 per cent of the Earth.
Wednesday Arianespace's New Updates Regarding Launch of Their Workhorse Carrying Two Satellites
ArianeGroup coordinates an industrial network of more than 600 companies in 13 European countries, and more than 350 Small and Medium Enterprises. 
The SSPI's 2018 Better Satellite Award Bestowed Upon Kacific
Once launched in 2019, Kacific’s first satellite, Kacific-1, will help connect more hospitals, clinics, schools, libraries, post offices, police stations and...
Thales Alenia Space to Develop EO Radar Satellites for Korean Aerospace Industry
Korean Aerospace Industries leads a consortium including South Korea’s Hanwha System and Thales Alenia Space. All three companies have been...
ISRO Finally Launched Country's Heaviest Satellite Gsat-11 From Arianespace 
ISRO needed to recall the satellite as a precaution measure especially after the failure of the Gsat-6A mission around the same time.
Vietnam Set to Launch a Dragon ... MicroDragon a Smallsat Set for January Launch
The Vietnamese satellite, weighing 50 kilograms, will be launched into orbit along with six other satellites aboard Japan’s Epsilon rocket, from the ...
Wednesday is the Scheduled Launch Date for South Korea's Chollian-2A Satellite
The Ministry of Science and ICT said on Sunday that the meteorological satellite Chollian-2A will be launched from the space center in French Guiana at...
Smallsats from Scotland Aim to Revolutionize Work in Space
The two ‘first of a kind’ 5 kg. satellites, which were designed and built by Spire Global, are unique due to their function, tiny size, low cost and quick ...
Chinese Company Reveals First Satellite of Many in Plan to Offer Free Worldwide Wi-Fi
aims to launch next year, another 10 launched by 2020, and constellation will have 272 satellites and connect to the internet in remote regions by 2026 
Smallsats to Launch from Australia's Eyre Peninsula via the Southern Launch Company
Called the Whalers Way Orbital Launch Complex, the 1,190 hectare site sits at the bottom of Eyre Peninsula, about 35 minutes’ drive from the ...
Kepler's on the CASE with their Second Smallsat Launch via the ISRO's PSLV-C43 Rocket
Kepler’s latest satellite within the company’s network will be used to deliver service to early customers. The first satellite was launched in January...
Fleet Space Technologies’ Third Successful Launch in Three Weeks is "No Mean Feat" 
“To launch our third satellite within three weeks is exhilarating! To have successfully deployed 3 nanosatellites within matter of weeks is no mean feat"  
Arianespace Remains Busy in December With Launch of Two Satellites GSAT-11 and GEO-KOMPSAT-2A 
Prior to Flight VA246, Arianespace has orbited 588 satellites, out of which 115 were launched for eight space agencies around the world
Optus Satellite Completes Their 100th Launch Support Mission
This launch strengthens the relationship between Optus Satellite and Telesat. In March of 2018, the companies announced a collaboration to...
Comms Services from ITC Global Renewed by Air Niugini
will ensure uninterrupted service supporting daily business operations and back-up connectivity for Air Niugini’s core business hub at Jacksons ...
ISRO's Successful Launch of 30 Satellites from Eight Countries
The primary goal of HysIS is to study the Earth’s surface in the visible, near infrared and shortwave infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
After Delay Hiber Now Set to Launch Their First Two Smallsats 
Less than 10 percent of the globe is covered by a connected technology ready network. Existing networks (such as WIFI) only work in urban areas...
China and Brazil Together In Focus... Provide the Highest Precision of CBERS Satellites
It will improve the level of data collection among the medium- and high-resolution remote sensing satellites in China,