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SES + Singapore EDB's Office For Space Technology And Industry Team Up With Next Generation Satellite Technologies + More
The partnership will also pave the way for collaboration between Singapore and Luxembourg universities and research institutions to develop state-of-the-art satellite and radio communications technologies.
Canadian Space Agency's M3MSat Into Successful Orbit
The M3MSat mission will improve ship detection and marine traffic management in Canadian waters by testing new technologies including an innovative antenna designed by the University of Waterloo.
Russia's Report Reveals Location Of US Military Satellites In Free Space Database 
The databases would apparently help make orbit operations more secure and hazard-free, but would also contribute to shedding more light on the militarization of outer space, which Moscow has opposed for many years.
China Wishes To Make Their BeiDou Navigation Satellite System A Global Service
The navigation services were first planned only for domestic users, but the network had expanded in 2012 to cover the Asia-Pacific region.
Doves Depart For Orbit
Spaceflight has negotiated the launch of 81 satellites on behalf of their customers and has contracts to deploy more than 150 satellites through 2018.
ISRO's Launch Is Successful With A Full House Of 20 Satellites
Mission accomplished as ISRO's rocket soared stuffed with 20 satellites.
SpeedCast Expresses About Expansion... Inmarsat's Fleet Xpress Part Of Maritime Sat Services Portfolio 
...providing its maritime customers with a new alternative solution for their global communication needs.
The European Union's Copernicus Program Has A New Hub In Australia
This regional hub will be Copernicus’ master data repository for the South-East Asia and South Pacific region.
ABS-2A Launch Recap
The ABS-2A satellite is the second of the pair of the all-electric propulsion satellites and was manufactured by Boeing Satellite Systems International.
Thales Alenia Space's Pay-Off For Payload... They'll Supply The Heart Of The System For RSCC’s Express-80 + Express-103 
Thales Alenia Space Italy won a competitive international tender to supply the communications payloads, the “heart of the system...”
SSL Banks On Good Returns As Indonesian Bank's Satellite BRIsat Performs According To Plan
...to provide expanded secure banking communications to almost 60 million customers across the Indonesian archipelago, including locations where banking services were previously unavailable.
M3MSat + GHGSat Plan To Escape Gravity On The 21st
The M3MSat mission aims to test and demonstrate the viability of new technologies that will advance Canada's capabilities in monitoring maritime traffic.
India's College Of Engineering-Pune Hope For Satellite Dream Realization On June 20th
Since 2008, the students have been working on this mission using a fund of Rs 50 lakh.
Up, Up And Away Ariane 5 Whisks Record Payload...Today's Launch Of EchoStar XVIII and BRIsat
...it delivered a total calculated mass of 10,730 kg. into geostationary transfer orbit (GTO)—setting a new launch benchmark for the Ariane 5 ECA version
Airbus Defense And Space... It Takes A Team For A Successful Launch 
“Yet again, Ariane 5 has demonstrated itself as a leader on the world market, which doesn’t just happen by chance.”
Arianespace Flight VA230 Moves Closer + Closer To Launch
Riding atop a mobile launch table, Ariane 5 was transferred to the ELA-3 launch zone from the Spaceport's Final Assembly Building
Hong Kong's Genting Selects Harris CapRock Comms Services For Star Cruises Fleet
Harris CapRock will use its technologies and equipment to boost bandwidth nearly 300 percent.
MEASAT-3a Capacity Contracted By PLANETCAST For Their Video Services In India
The agreement looks to increase in particular HD and 4K/UHD offerings in India with the potential to expand across the Asia Pacific.
No-Go For Arianespace Flight VA230 — Next Planned Liftoff Window Is June 17th
As a result of this anomaly, Arianespace has decided to delay the launch.
ABS Celebrates ABS-2A's Launch The World's First All Electric Propulsion Satellite By Boeing 
“Boeing is proud to have ABS as one of our first customers to choose the 702SP design, the world’s first all-electric propulsion satellite.”