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Hispasat 36W-1 Dismounts In French Guiana
Arriving aboard a chartered Antonov An-124 cargo jetliner was Hispasat 36W-1...
 
Inmarsat Moves "Condosat" Launch To Arianespace
The EAN payload is part of a ‘condosat’ constructed by Thales Alenia Space, which incorporates a second payload for Hellas-Sat.
 
MX1 Eager For Eurosport
MS1 will handle technical services and satellite transmission of the Eurosport 1HD channel on HD+, SES’s German HD platform.
 
Thales Alenia Space Welcomes ESA Ministerial Council Decision
Thales Alenia Space welcomed announcements of the allocated budget, approved strategic priorities...
 
Newtec's New Sales VP Will Further Asia-Pacific Team
Asia’s continued digital transformation and expanding multiservice ecosystem will further add to Newtec’s growth in the region.
 
Göktürk-1 Gains Space
The launch was carried out by Arianespace from the European spaceport in Kourou in French Guiana at 14:51 CET aboard a VEGA launch vehicle.
 
Pay As You Go SatTV For Sub Saharan Africa From Azuri Technologies
Customers obtain a complete home power package that includes a 24 inch television with built in satellite TV service...
 
Cobham SATCOM And SpeedCast Become Maritime Mates... Agree About Stabilized Maritime Antennas
The decision was carefully thought out after following a multi-vendor selection process with thought given to technical, commercial and supply chain evaluation criteria.
 
Turkey's Göktürk-1 Satellite Ready For December 5th Launch
The Göktürk-1 satellite will transfer photographs and images to the Turkish Air Force Command's Satellite Ground Station.
 
An OBH First Arrives In Kourou
OHB developed the SmallGEO platform within ESA’s Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems (ARTES) program.
 
SES' MX-1 Support Sky's FTA SatBroadcasting™ Efforts In Germany
The 24-hour HD sport news channel “Sky Sport News HD” became free-to-air via satellite.
 
Switzerland In Stitches...Copernicus Scans Stitched Together 
Kind of like putting a quilt together, except in this case it's huge photos of a country. 
 
Farmstar For French Farmers Gets Down And Dirty... Enhances Crop Production
These new developments come at the right time: after an extremely difficult year, due to exceptionally poor meteorological conditions...
 
Arianespace's Vega Is 'Pop Topped Off' For Turkey's GÖKTÜRK-1 Optical Satellite
Turkey’s first governmental satellite for Earth observation, providing very high-resolution images for both civilian and military applications.
 
Seventy-Four Percent Of Arianespace Now Held By Airbus Safran Launchers
Arianespace remains a full-fledged company, with its headquarters in Évry, near Paris; a facility in Kourou, French Guiana; and offices in Washington D.C., Tokyo and Singapore.
 
Adding ADS-B Through An Airy Agreement
Airlines already using SITAONAIR’s AIRCOM® FlightTracker product will automatically begin seeing the new AireonSM data appear in their systems...
 
RUAG's 'To Do List' For OneWeb... Get Busy Building 900 Satellite Structures
In total, RUAG Space will build 900 satellite structures, the largest mass production of satellites in history.
 
SPOT On For Wind Power
The SPOT Gen3 safety device will be deployed to track and protect GEWE workers as they install, operate and maintain onshore wind power installations in emerging markets...
 
SES Sends Smiles...Mighty M7 Group Carries More HDTV Channels For Eastern Europe 
Increasing choices by offering a wider variety is generally a good thing, and in this instance it certainly is a good thing.
 
NASA's RapidScat Is A Sad Sat... Decommissioned After Successful Mission Aboard ISS 
Job well done, and now the lights go out. Another satellite is decommissioned, but this one had a unique vantage point as it was attached to the International Space Station.