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May 12th, 2012

ViviSat... Realizing The Satellite Extension Challenge—A View Of The Solution (Spacecraft)

[SatNews] During SatNews recent visit to the 28th National Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado...

...hosted by the Space Foundation, our editors had an opportunity to hear the latest information regarding the available satellite protective services from ViviSat, a company that is backed by ATK and U.S. Space. After a most interesting meeting with the CEO of ViviSat, Major General, U.S.A.F. [Ret.] Craig P. Weston, a new video that shows how ViviSat's Mission Extension Vehicle (MEV) will provide its satellite life extension services was shown to the team. To that end, the readers of SatNews might also find the video informative.

Satellite Life Extension offers a game-changing advance in the operation of geosynchronous satellites. ViviSat is the only U.S. based company to offer this kind of service. ViviSat provides satellite operators with flexible, scalable, capital-efficient and low-risk operations protection services as well as in-orbit mission extension that can add years to the revenue producing life of a satellite.

Watch the animation

...and learn more about how this dynamic technology propelled by the Mission Extension Vehicle (MEV) could add years to the revenue producing life of a satellite for users of both commercial and government/military spacecraft.