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In The Knowing For NISAR
Named NISAR, the satellite is expected to be completed by 2021.
The Design Viability Of Smallsats—The Proof Is In The Proving
Straub said he and his students managed to reduce the price to around $3,000 using mainly less-expensive consumer parts.
DataPath® Makes 'em Man Packable And Receives Inmarsat Global Xpress Type Approval
DataPath's QCT90 man-pack terminal was designed for both simplicity and ruggedness to deliver quick connectivity in remote locations.  
The Zettabyte Era & The Future Of SATCOM
This free NSR webinar will discuss key topics on expanding SATCOM addressable markets in the mobile ecosystem
Scoping Out The New Keysight Technologies Products & Services
Keysight’s One-Stop Calibration Services address the growing need for better multi-vendor system support and is now covering more than 100,000 products.
Senior Notes Offering By Hughes
The net proceeds of the offering are intended to be used for capital expenditures, working capital and other general corporate purposes.
A Soon-To-Be Smallsats Sender Gains Additional Expertise
Vector Space Systems has already begun engine-level static fire testing.
SSL Is All Up In Arms About Assisting DARPA In Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites
The contract is for two complete robotic arm systems, which would be able to carefully capture and berth with satellites that were not previously designed for docking.
A C4ISR & SATCOM Win For Serco
The 10-month contract is valued at $18.9 million. 
USG Agency Man Portable Terminals Relief
The award is for $3.5 million.
Dastardly Debris & The WorldView-2 Satellite
This occurrence was on July 19th.
US Navy's First Carrier-Based UAV Is Named MQ-25A Stingray
The service can now have an official title for the unmanned aerial vehicle that’s had several labels since late last year.
Political Convention Watcher? Vote For PSSI Global Services Who Has Your Feed
Unprecedented multi-camera feeds will be employed and an extraordinary amount of engineering design committed...
AGI's UAS Traffic Management Offers A SKYVUE 
The company has now established their SKYVUE, LLC, business unit to deliver Unmanned Air System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) software services.
An Enhanced Boon From LandWorks For Their Software Suites
This new release finds each solution re-written for easier use, greater functionality and with full Esri® ArcGIS® platform support.
Commercial Ground Segment Revenues Take Center Stage In New NSR Report
This NSR report includes analysis of segments unavailable from any other source.
Changing Realities Happening In Hawaii With PTC'17
PTC'17 will strive to further explore this theme of Changing Realities to cultivate discussion around how the industry's boundaries and opportunities are being redefined.
Euroconsult Has ESP 'Sees Into The Future' ... 23 New Countries In Space Programs By 2025
The value of the 130 satellites is more than double in cost, at almost $12 billion, versus the  more than $5 billion during 2006-2015.
Live From New York It's The NAB Show
Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and held from November 9th through the 10th at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.
Concept Culling And Thinking In Red By Northrop Grumman
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) awarded the contract to the firm as one of several assigned Next Mars Orbiter (NeMO) study efforts.