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Trains Stay on Track in India Via ISRO's Satellites Improving Accuracy of Information
dependent on the information relayed by the station master to the station controller and data was fed in the control chart by the controller manually,
Integrasys Expanding into APAC and Appoints Sales Manager for the Region
Ronny has a strong background in the telco industry, most recently working with a number of VSAT providers, including Metrasat and Patrakom, among...
Satellogic with China Will Launch 90 Earth-Observation Satellites ... Remap Earth at 1-Meter Pixel Each Week
The company will remap Earth at 1-meter pixel resolution every week and dramatically reduce the cost of high-frequency geospatial analytics.
Swedish National Defense Agency Issues a Warning Regarding a Chinese Ground Station
The Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), under the Swedish Ministry of Defence, on Sunday told broadcaster SVT that the nominally civilian...
Tokyo Tech's Deep Learning Attitude Sensor Delivers Real-Time Image Recognition from Satellites' Orbit
Today, more than 200 are launched annually, establishing a new global 1-billion-USD space industry.
Australia Hosts 'Space City' and Welcomes Talent from Around the World 
“grow the Australian space industry,” including $26 million to help launch the agency which will “coordinate domestic space activities for Australia”.
Capricorn Space Announces Contract to Purchase Initial S/X-Band Antennas for Australian Ground Network - West
With implementation planning and execution now well advanced, Capricorn Space is poised to offer targeted ground segment service plans to satellite...
Long-Term Transponder Capacity for PayTV Signed by True Visions Group with Thaicom
The company has retained several Ku-band transponders on the new Thaicom-8 satellite which delivers payTV services to audiences in Thailand...
China's Long March 3B Rocket Thrusts the Zhongxing-2D Satellite to Orbit
Liftoff of the enhanced Long March 3B launch vehicle occurred at 17:11 UTC January 10 (01:11 Beijing time, January 11) at the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre...
China's Soft Landing on the Far Side of the Moon Called a Complete Success
With the assistance of the relay satellite Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe took photos ...
Newtec to Provide Kacific with Dialog® VSAT Platform for Kacific1 Satellite
Newtec’s next-generation Mx-DMA return technology incorporates the best features of MF-TDMA and SCPC technologies to provide dynamic ...
India Delays GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation System to June 2020
GAGAN is a satellite based augmentation system that allows aircraft to fly non-precision approaches without vertical guidance within Indian airspace.
China Reports Giant Laser Weapons that Could Cripple U.S. Satellites and Blind Their Fleet if a World War III 
Multiple Pentagon and intelligence reports warn about the potential of these weapons, and according to some sources, they are already here.
The Satellite Applications Catapult Partners with Infostellar to Provide Improved Ground Station Access
The Catapult’s ground station is the primary ground location for its In Orbit Demonstration (IOD) program, a unique service that supports UK business...
WW3 Warning: Chinese Military Strategist Reveals ‘Achilles Heel’ of U.S. Defense
The military strategist for the People’s Liberation Army claims that satellites are Donald Trump’s biggest asset but also his biggest weakness.
Fewer Taiwanese Satellites Will Be Launched by SpaceX After Original Plans are Scaled Back
It originally had 13 micro satellites in two groups, but the two sides agreed to scale back to the six-microsatellite formation due to budget constraints.
The U.S. Recognizes China as a Space Rival and Takes Notice
The rover, Jade Rabbit 2, has rolled down onto the surface, and its radar and panoramic camera have been activated and are working normally.
Space History Written by China as Chang'e-4 Rover Lands on the Far Side of the Moon
successfully completing the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon close-up images of the unexplored region of the moon were then captured ...
China's Yutu 2 Goes Roving on the Far Side of the Moon
CLEW also revealed that the rover would be named Yutu 2 (Jade Rabbit 2), following on from the rover for the Chang'e-3 mission which landed on...
Planet Provides Dramatic Photos of Before and After Krakatau Volcano Eruption
What was once a crater at the summit of a 340m-high edifice has been completely broken open to form a small bay.