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OHB and Arianespace Partner to Launch Heinrich Hertz for Germany's Civil and Military Telecommunications
"...we are responsible for implementing the entire mission including the satellite, the launcher and the related ground infrastructure."
 
Ariane Group to Provide a Very Low Cost Prometheus Engine for ESA
The aim is to be able to build future liquid propellant engines with a unit cost of about 1 million euros, or 10 times less than the cost of producing existing...
 
2019 Set as the Year for an Egyptian Satellite Launch by Russia
Al-Shafei pointed out that the satellite launch schedule will be announced by Russian space agency Roscosmos. The agency will indicate whether it...
 
Globecast's Promotion ... Their Chief Technical Officer Continues and He Also Becomes Chief Operating Officer
driving operations globally across distribution, contribution and media management as well as continue out his CTO role.
 
Arianespace Plans for a Heavy Lift of Germany’s Heinrich Hertz Demonstrator Satellite
H2Sat will be used to test or flight-qualify some 20 different components or subassemblies, new technologies and transmission schemes ...
 
Ground Station Duo Developed by EUMETSAT are now Above PAR
The stations form part of the ground segment of MTG, the most complex and innovative meteorological geostationary system ever built. Deployed on...
 
Serco Contracts with ESA for Delivery of a New EO Program
The Copernicus program is the world’s largest single EO program, continuously collecting satellite imagery from around the world updated on a...
 
Milestone reached by MT Aerospace in the Ariane 6 Launch Facilities Build
Composed of representatives from the European Space Agency (ESA), ArianeGroup, CNES, Apave and Socotec, the review board approved the...
 
Russia Blames a Software Glitch for Failed Vostochny Cosmodrome Launch
On November 28, Russia lost contact with its Meteor-M weather satellite after its launch from the new Vostochny cosmodrome — only the second...
 
Space Exploration Partnerships Signed by Thales Alenia Space with Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Orbital ATK
For Thales Alenia Space, the partnering with U.S. companies in this exciting adventure is also the culmination of a unique know how developed through...
 
Orbital Micro Systems and Satavia's Partnership for Predictive Weather Analytics for Airline Industry 
Satavia will use the high temporal resolution weather data provided by OMS to enhance its solutions which allow aircraft original equipment...
 
GeoSLAM 3D Mobile Mapping Makes Important Move 
The Nottinghamshire-based firm, which recently celebrated five years in the industry, has moved to Innovation House, a technology hub 
 
Peruvian Government Reports Investment in Airbus' PerúSAT-1 Already Recovered ... In First Year
The PerúSAT-1 satellite, built by Airbus, is the first of its kind to be delivered in a record time. It took less than two years from ...
 
Kymeta's KALO™ Internet Access Services Now Commercially Available...
KALO™ internet services, powered by the IntelsatOne® Flex network, deliver broad connectivity when paired with the world’s only commercially...
 
5G Satellite Demo Testbed Initiative Driven by SES with ESA
The testbed infrastructure will comprise SES's fleet of GEO and MEO satellites, which will be integrated with terrestrial networks and state-of-the-art technologies...
 
GomSpace's Two Announcements... Subsidiary Signs Smallsat Propulsion System with ESA and General Meeting Info
The objective of this contract is to develop a propulsion system that can give nanosatellites “6 degrees of freedom” control with high accuracy and...
 
Astrocast's $4.1 Million in Seed Funding to Grow Sixty-Four Satellites
The additional capital was provided by investiere.ch, one of Switzerland’s leading start-up investors, and comes in addition to the current seed...
 
OHB Reports the Target Orbit for Four Galileo Satellites has been Attained
The satellites will now enter a test phase lasting around six months. For the first 11 days, they will be managed by the control center of the French...
 
Airbus Sends the GRACE-FO Satellites Packing... to Vandenberg AFB for Launch
GRACE-FO is a joint project between NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) based in Pasadena, California, and the German Research Center...
 
Airbus Says Adieu as Twin GRACE-FO Satellites Wing Their Way to California
The satellites will constantly measure the distance between each other to within a few microns using a microwave system built at JPL.