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AsiaSat Secures Second U.S. Patent for Improving Spectrum Utilization for SATCOM
This new patent is about the methods and systems to mitigate the imbalance of uplink and downlink spectrum allocation in satellite ...
 
Indonesia's First ... Surya University Selected by United Nations and JAXA to Launch Cube Satellite
will be designed for a two-way communication for educational and disaster mitigation purposes, to be carried out by anyone with a valid amateur radio
 
Arianespace to Launch KARI's KOMPSAT-7 Satellite
For nearly 30 years, Arianespace and Korea’s satellite technology research centers have developed a sound relationship, with the launch of both...
 
ST Engineering's New President and CEO for U.S. Headquarters was Previously President of Raytheon International
His last position was President, Raytheon International, Inc., where he oversaw the international sales and marketing efforts for more than 80 nations
 
Kleos Space Signs Rocket Lab to Launch the Kleos Scouting Mission Satellites
The multi-satellite system of the Kleos Scouting Mission (KSM) will form the cornerstone of a 20 system constellation that will geolocate VHF...
 
The Gateway Human Base in Lunar Orbit Now Has Airbus Engaged in Two Studies Commissioned by ESA
The Gateway, previously known as the Deep Space Gateway (DSG) or Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G), is a project involving NASA, Roscosmos, CSA, JAXA and ES)...
 
Two Beidou Satellites Set for Launch by China
A Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) filed last week indicates a window of 1358-1432 UTC (21:58-22:32 local, 9:58-10:32 Eastern) for a launch from...
 
China's Long March-9 Rocket to Debut and Launch in 2028
Li Guoping, director of the Department of System Engineering of the CNSA, said that the length of the Long March-9 will exceed 90 meters and the...
 
Thaicom to Provide Development Services for Bangabandhu Satellite
Under the agreement, Thaicom will provide BCSCL comprehensive business and market development services for the Bangabandhu Satellite-1, the first ...
 
SSTL's NovaSAR-1 and SSTL S1-4 Successfully Launched by ISRO
The two satellites were launched into a 580 km. SSO on board the PSLV launch vehicle from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India, on September 16...
 
Eight to Ten Maritime Satellites to Form a Constellation Being Planned by CNES and ISRO
This will be India’s largest space cooperation with any country, officials said. Additional information revealed that the launch of these maritime...
 
ISRO's Full Commercial Night Launch is A-OK
This was the full commercial launch after many years as no Indian satellite was launched this time and both the UK satellites were the main payload.
 
AddValue's iFleetOne Terminal and VMS are Quite a Catch for U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service Office of Law Enforcement
Similar global VMS regulatory programs are estimated to affect over 50,000 commercial fishing vessels.
 
Telstra's Australian Teleports Gain WTA Provisional Certification
Since introduction at IBC 2015, the Certification program has quickly grown in popularity, with 12 teleports currently engaged in the quality evaluation ...
 
Australian Space Agency Signs Their First International MOU with CNES
Recently, the ASA's first international Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed in Sydney, joining with France to build space industry...
 
Expect Seven Additional Chinese Beidou Satellites to Launch this Year
The next launch is currently understood to be taking place around September 19 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in the...
 
Launch this Weekend: Two SSTL Satellites Aboard ISRO PSLV-C42 to Head to Orbit
The plan is to launch both of the satellites with the PSLV-C42 launch vehicle into a 583 km. SSO...
 
Maxar's SSL Advanced HTS Built for Telesat Reports to Work Beginning with On-Orbit Operations
Optimized performance and capacity on Telstar 18 VANTAGE demonstrate SSL’s capabilities in powering the new space economy.
 
India and U.S.' Defense Agreements Welcomed After Concerns About Russia and China ... Before and After
The nuclear-armed Asian giants were locked in a 10-week military stand-off last year in a remote, high-altitude stretch of a boundary in the Himalayas. 
 
Airbus' Life Support Rack will Support ISS Astronaut's Lives with Oxygen 
Its technology is a critical step forward towards a closed loop life support system, necessary for human spaceflight beyond low Earth orbit.