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Now Available... WTA's Understanding and Improving the ROI of VSAT Networks...
WTA shares the insights and experiences of teleport operators and technology vendors in achieving greater efficiencies and reduced costs, both capex and opex.
 
Launch Success... the PacSci EMC Company-Owned Demo Satellite...
The company will conduct payload tests to prove the performance of several of its commercial space technologies once the satellite is...
 
Twin Successes for Satellogic... Acquisition of $27M in Series B Funding Plus Launch of the Hyperspectral Smallsat
Satellogic™ has created a uniquely low-cost smallsat platform with unparalleled capabilities, enabling for the first time affordable monitoring of...
 
Delayed NASA's Launch Goes to the Dogs for a Colorful Best of Show
The multi-canister ampoule ejection system being tested enables scientists to gather information over a much larger area than previously ...
 
SpaceX's Successful Seven at Sea the Launch of Bulgarian Satellite and Landing of Re-Used Falcon
another success after the separation, as Falcon 9’s successfully landed on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.
 
SpaceX Does It Again with Successful Launch and Landing for Iridium®'s NEXT 10 Satellites
The process of replacing the satellites one-by-one in a constellation of this size and scale has never been completed before.
 
Record-Setting Future Heavy Rocket Launch at Spaceport America
Future Heavy is the largest sport rocket to launch anywhere in the world, breaking the record set previously by ULA in 2016...
 
Aireon's ADS-B Payload Aboard the Successful SpaceX Iridium NEXT Satellites Launch
This launch has now increased the total number of Aireon payloads in orbit to 20 with another 55 destined for space...
 
Laser Comms for ATLAS Space Operation's Moon Mission to be Supplied by Astrobotic Technology
Through this partnership with ATLAS, Astrobotic will now able to offer up to one gigabit per second of data to its customers, an historic, thousand-fold increase of bandwidth for Astrobotic’s lunar mission.
 
FCC Approves OneWeb Frequency Access Request
This action paves the way for OneWeb to provide broadband services using satellite technology to expand Internet access in remote and rural areas...
 
Ready or Not Are You?  Kennedy Space Center is Ready for Tomorrow's SpaceX Launch of BulgariaSat-1 
If you've ever wanted to view a launch Kennedy Space Center is providing the information you'll need to personally experience this thrill. 
 
TT&C Antenna Systems From CPI ASC Signal Division Destined for GiSat-1
CPI ASC Signal Division will provide eleven 9.4 meter antenna systems to SkyVision for use with its satellite platform on the advanced satellite from Global IP...
 
Satellite Industry Association Welcomes Him Now Officially Appointed FCC Chief
​He's been doing the job in an 'acting' capacity and now,
 
Cornell's Cislunar Explorers Eager for Their Smallsat Launch by NASA in 2019
The Cislunar Explorers developed a small satellite (smallsat) that was one of three winners in the semi-final round of NASA’s Cube Quest Challenge.
 
Orbital ATK Completes Design Review for Mission Extension Vehicle Satellite Docking Subsystem
Through its wholly owned subsidiary Space Logistics LLC, Orbital ATK will introduce on orbit satellite servicing with MEV-1 which is based on the...
 
Plans for Implementation of a U.S. Space Corps Service Being Worked Up by U.S. House Armed Services Panel
The two issued a joint statement wherein they indicated that the Department of Defense (DoD) is "unable to take the measures necessary to...
 
Harris' Advanced Weather Satellite Instrument to be Instrumental in Helping Save Lives in South Korea
Improves weather forecasting to help save lives and property 
 
Penn State Student-Built Smallsat to Provide Insight into Solar Storms
The satellite will be able to collect GPS scintillation data and electron density and temperature measurements in a simulated solar storm so the...
 
Orbital ATK's Latest Milestone Completes Critical Components in NASA's Orion Launch Abort System
... consists of a solid propellant gas generator and eight equally-spaced valves capable of providing 7,000 lbs. of thrust in any direction.
 
The Pittsburgh Teleport, the Pittsburgh Videotec Center and 50 Uplink/Production Trucks Now Owned by PSSI Global Services
The teleport, which will now be called the PSSI International Teleport (PIT), features 50 Ku- and C-band antennas that facilitate transmissions to locations throughout the U.S. as well as Europe and Asia.