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Pentagon Wants to Test a Space-Based Weapon in 2023
Such weapons are needed to counter new missiles from China, Russia, North Korea and Iran, but just figuring out what might work is a difficult technical
Comtech EF Data's Heights™ Networking Platform's Newest Family Addition ... H-Pico Heights™ Remote Gateway
H-Pico supports multiple remote to hub throughput tiers up to 10 Mbps, which is managed via a centralized licensing capability. This scheme allows...
Aerojet Rocketdyne Breaks Ground on New EMD Facility in Arkansas
The 17,000 square-foot Engineering, Manufacturing and Development (EMD) facility, set to open in spring 2020, will expand the company's...
Paradigm to Showcase their COTM and COTP Terminal
The MANTA is the complete solution for ‘anywhere’ IP data connectivity via WiFi and Ethernet by just adding power — SATCOM made simple. The...
RF-Design Getting Prepared to Spotlight Their RF Product Families
Show attendees can will be able to explore the company's latest RF-o-Fiber, Line Amplifiers and Switch Matrix Systems at the booth and share ...
Relativity Space to Launch mu Space's Satellite Using 3D Printed Terran 1 Rocket
Relativity’s patented 3D printing technology platform, together with Terran 1’s flexible architecture, provides mu Space a faster and more reliable ...
Forrester Reports: OneWeb's Commercial Services to Start in 2021 and 650 Satellites in Orbit
OneWeb, in partnership with Airbus, is now building those satellites at a rate of at least one a day. The launch rate will continue until there are 650...
Partnership Agreement for IGC Services Signed Between Viasat and China Satellite Communications Company
Viasat and China Satcom will work in partnership to enable Viasat’s global airline customers to have roaming connectivity when flying over China...
Xplornet Signs an Agreement with Hughes for Most of the Canadian Capacity on the JUPITER 3 Satellite
For rural Canadians, the JUPITER 3 satellite will make internet download speeds of 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) available. Planned for launch...
A SpaceX Crew Dragon Safety Test Went Very Wrong. Here's Why That Matters
But Florida Today reported that a smoke plume was visible for "miles" around Cape Canaveral after the incident.
Set for May 6th is the 2nd Annual Space Tech Symposium @ Berkeley
Attendees will be able to network with top space startup CEOs, Berkeley faculty and researchers as they discuss the future of space technology...
Pre-Solicitation by the National Geospatial Agency for Satellite Altimetry Modeling
This effort is to create satellite based altimetry models of the world. The models will be fully produced and their error calculated prior to being given ...
Terrasat Communications' Newest ... IBUC 3 to be Revealed at Satellite 2019
This latest in Terrasat's technology is now an ultra-lightweight, super compact, available up to 40W and comes with a three-year warranty.
Viasat's Key Milestone ... Ships 1,000 BATS-D Link 16 Radios
Viasat has steadily increased BATS-D production capabilities in response to growing demand. The BATS-D handheld Link 16 radio is part of Viasat’s...
C-Band Alliance Proposal for 5G Spectrum Roll-Out Gains Independent Support
Additionally, the CBA issued a ‘Public Interest’ list of responses to the various grumbles presented to the FCC. Notably, the Alliance stresses that ...
Amid Worry Over Space Wars, America Already has Tools to Shoot Down Satellites
Russia and China, too, have anti-satellite technologies. They are including space in the future war plans.
Video Appears to Show SpaceX's New Spaceship for NASA Exploding During a Safety Test
On Sunday, an unverified video on Twitter claimed to show the space capsule exploding during the test.
The Latest Lost Satellite is Now Space Junk that Could Put Other Spacecraft at Risk
“It’s a big problem, because now basically you have a floating bomb in GEO,”
BAE Systems Makes Space Missions More Flexible with New Software-Defined Radio Assembly 
provides multiple receive and transmit channels that can be configured for different applications, like weather sensing, flexible communications payload, 
The Pentagon is Investing in Space Robots to Repair Satellites
robots offer the best bet for inspecting and repairing high-altitude satellites, especially with the number of satellites set to skyrocket due to a budding