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Four Galileos Are Nourished By Arianespace
The fueling activity is now underway in the Spaceport's S3B payload preparation facility. 
Additional Distribution Support For Inmarsat's SwiftBroadband-Safety Aviation Service By SITAONAIR
SwiftBroadband-Safety represents a paradigm shift in the advancement of aviation safety services by using secure IP-based broadband connectivity.
ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter Gains Elliptical Orbit Around Mars — Concerns Over No Word Regarding The Schiaparelli Lander
The ESOC teams are trying to confirm contact with the Entry, Descent & Landing Demonstrator Module (EDM), Schiaparelli.
Three Day Global MilSatCom Conference Is Just Days Away...
More than 35 key presentations are planned...
Marlink's XChange Media Is A Big Deal For Crew Satisfaction
Deployment of XChange Media across the UASC fleet was carried out remotely and completed in less than a week.
GVF Summit Success In Africa
The high-level and widely encompassing Summit audience of more than 270 people representing 124 organizations included...
Airbus Defence and Space And Intelsat General Add A Layer... A MilSatCom Layer For European Defense 
The satellite solutions support national and international voice and data applications for the end-user well into the next decade. 
CPI's ASC Signal Division Bringing New Earth Station Antennas To Telekom Austria Group
This is the second order that Telekom Austria Group has placed with ASC Signal within the past five years.
European Satellites & Sensors Study Divulged By Strategic Defense Intelligence
This offering is an essential resource for professionals active across the industry value chain and for new players considering entry into the market.
Joining The SES North American 4K UHDTV Neighborhood...
SES S.A. now has a capacity agreement to launch the new C4K360 Ultra HD channel.
C-COM Antennas Reap Telenor Satellite Approvals
C-COM’s nexgen vehicle mounted and transportable antennas continue to rack up approvals.
NanoSpace Is GomSpace'd
GomSpace and NanoSpace have an established partnership where NanoSpace propulsion technology is integrated with GomSpace nanosatellite platforms.
EUMETSAT Makes A Move That Enhances Jason Satellites' Scope
The Jason-3 satellite will continue the long term climate data record on the ground track previously occupied by Topex/Poseidon, Jason-1 and, until recently, Jason-2.
Soaring With GVF In London For AeroConnect 2016
The event program will seek to characterize the various determinants of, and the prime drivers of, in-flight connectivity.
Goonhilly Earth Station's New Executive Board Member Is Not Boring...Former Member Of ExoMars Mission Team
“This is a brilliant appointment for Goonhilly and will help us to drive more new opportunities and...
Thales Alenia Space Spain Sees Red...To Make Infrared Earth Observation For ESA        
will be used for remote sensing applications such as water resource management and crop monitoring, a key to addressing the nutritional needs of the world’s population over the next few decades.
Still Slotting After All These Years
MetOp-A was the first of the LEO (approx. 830 km) meteorological satellite for Europe and is one of three identical spacecraft.
ExoMars' LaRa Nod To Antwerp Space
LaRa, a Belgian experiment conceived by a scientific team from the Royal Observatory of Belgium, is one of the two European instruments selected for the mission and consists of sophisticated communication equipment.
NASA's STEREO & SOHO Reveal The Dark Side Of The Sun's Mystery Of Spiraling SEPs 
What kind of explosion on the sun could send the particles so far they ended up behind where they started?
Astronaut Tim Peake Is For Real, Down To Earth With Youngsters While Visiting Clyde Space
During the Principia mission, which took him on about 3,000 orbits of the Earth, he became the first UK astronaut to make a spacewalk.