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Rocket Lab Gets their Ducks in a Row for National Reconnaissance Office's 'Birds of a Feather' Mission 
has delivered 47 satellites to orbit on the Electron launch vehicle, enabling operations in space debris mitigation, Earth observation, ship and airplane tracking, and radio comm
 
"And We are Off" ... Arianespace Sends Telecommunication Satellites Soaring for Eutelsat and ISRO
"And we are off, Ariane 5 is blazing a trail across the equatorial skies," said the announcer... for Arianespace's first flight of the new year and new decade ...
 
Two Satellogic Smallsats Engage in Trip to LEO Placements
This launch is but the first of many planned such events scheduled for 2020. Satellogic is excited by how the company has grown alongside the...
 
‘Operating in Space: Current Multilateral Policy Issues and Challenges’,  by Her Excellence Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore
This should provide inspiration for discussions on the Prevention of an Arms Race in Outer Space under the UN Disarmament Committee in New York and the Conference of Disarmament in Geneva.
 
Lockheed Martin Ships JCSAT-17 to Launch Site
JCSAT-17 will provide flexible mobile communications services to users in Japan and the surrounding region. Arianespace will launch JCSAT-17 from ...
 
China Lofts Remote Sensing Satellite and Two Argentinian Smallsats
The satellite, belonging to the Jilin-1 satellite family (also named Red Flag-1 H9) was launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 10:53 a.m., Beijing...
 
Arianespace Completes Payload Integration for GSAT-30 Satellite
This satellite was positioned on the assembled Ariane 5’s core cryogenic stage during activity inside the Spaceport’s launch vehicle Final Assembly...
 
Scientist Invents New 'Light Sail' that Could Speed-Up Space Travel, Help Reach Closest Star to Sun
would be able to reach the nearest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri, in about 21 years, despite being a daunting 4,244 light-years away from Earth.
 
ANGELS Satellite's Successful Payload 
The beacon sending the first signals picked up by the instrument was on a Japanese fishing vessel off the coast of Australia.
 
Thaicom Chatting with Foreign Firms Regarding Partnerships
The deals are expected to be concluded this year, with operations kicking off next year, according to Thaicom Chief Executive Anant Kaewruamgvongs...
 
Maxar Satellites Capture, Even Through Smoke, Australian Fire Disasters
With one of Maxar’s satellites (WorldView-3), however, the team is able to penetrate through the smoke using the spacecraft's Shortwave Infrared...
 
South Korea's Chollian-2B Satellite Scheduled for February Launch by Arianespace
The Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) stated that this is the first time a GEMS (Geostationary Environmental Monitoring Spectrometer) has...
 
Euroconsult's Report Forecasts Commercial Space Revenues to Reach $485 Billion by 2028
Satellite operations and services lead growth with five percent annual increase over the next decade. Manufacturing, launch and ground segment projected to grow four percent annually
 
WTA's Tier 3 Certification of PlanetCast’s New Delhi (Noida) Teleport
PlanetCast commented on the development saying that they operate the largest teleport in this part of the world and they are providing services to top broadcasters across ...
 
China's First Launch of 2020 Lofts Mystery Payload
Chinese state media claimed the mysterious spacecraft has a communication and television broadcast mission, but analysts believe it could enter service for the Chinese military.
 
Speedcast and Blue Arcus Technologies Provide 4G LTE Mobile Network to Australia's Norfolk Island
Using Speedcast's 4G LTE network infrastructure and satellite backhaul solutions, the operator is empowered to deliver faster broadband speeds and enhanced mobile services.
 
NASA Reports: Ferocious Fires in Australia Intensify
Over 4,000 people were forced to seek refuge on the beach and even boats in the water yesterday as deadly blazes closed in. The scene was described by residents as apocalyptic...
 
Are China’s Civilian Satellites Being Used to Spy on a Japanese Airbase?
Photographs of a Japanese military base have been published on Chinese social media, suggesting that China’s civilian satellites are being used to gather intelligence for military purposes.
 
Forty Satellite Launches Projected for China in 2020
The highlights of the space activities include the launch of China's first Mars probe, the Chang'e-5 lunar probe, which is expected to bring moon samples...
 
Brazil and China's EO Satellite and Smallsats Driven into Orbit
The China-Brazil Earth Resource Satellite 4A was launched via a Long March 4B rocket from the northern Chinese province of Shanxi, the official...