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ISRO Bringing Their GSAT-11 Satellite Back Into Launch Mode
The 5,700-kg GSAT-11 satellite was slated for launch on May 26 from Kourou, a site in South America that India occasionally uses to launch the...
Gomspace and Aerial & Maritime Have an MOU ... Delivery and Operation of a Global Constellation
The system shall deliver processed ADS-B signals — compliant with ICAO and EUROCAE requirements for air traffic management. 
ViaLite's L-Band HTS for Defense Provides Security for Those Who Defend Others
The link is ideal for the extremely demanding dynamic range applications associated with HTS and defense, and is based on the ViaLiteLong Distance 
Astronomers See Black Hole Destroy Star in a Distant Eruption
Theorists suggested that material pulled from the doomed star forms a rotating disk around the black hole, emitting intense X-rays and visible light
Thales Alenia Space's SWOT Does a Lot ... Achieving Milestones is the Result of Many Who Have Contributed 
a new-generation platform for this program that will be the first of this type to be orbited in compliance with the French Space Operations Act* ...
Orbit Salutes Israel’s Technion Institute of Technology Upon Completion of Their First Satellite Ground Station
mission has two goals: demonstrate a long-term, autonomous cluster flight of multiple satellites and determine the position of a terrestrial emitter ...
The Chinese Relay Satellite for the Nation's Chang'e-4 Lunar Probe Now in Planned Orbit
The satellite, named Queqiao (Magpie Bridge) and launched on May 21, entered the Halo orbit around the second Lagrangian (L2) point of the...
JAXA Successfully Tests H-IIA Launch Vehicle with New Research Satellite to Detect Missile Launches  
The mission is part of the Information Gathering Satellites (IGS) program, one of whose goals is to detect possible missile launches in the region.
NASA’s Decade of Discoveries and Cosmic Rays with Fermi Satellite 
cosmic rays, particles traveling at nearly the speed of light, could be propelled by supernova shock waves. In 2013, Fermi’s LAT used gamma rays to prove  
Four Galileo Satellites Getting All Prepped Up by Arianespace for July Launch
During pre-flight activity in French Guiana at the Spaceport’s S1A processing facility, these FOC (Full Operational Capability) spacecraft have...
Thuraya on the Defensive Displays Military and Government Satellite Technology Solutions at Eurosatory Defense Exhibition
robust solution to military missions in surveillance, special ops, border protection as distant aircrafts stay in touch with headquarters via satellite ... 
TeamCast's Efforts with Broadcast Australia and Free TV to Ramp Up to 4K TV
Broadcasting 4K TV programs doesn't just happen. There's a lot of work and research in this kind of an endeavor such as is taking place in Australia.
SES Granted FCC Authorization to Expand Their O3b Satellite Constellation
The FCC grant opens significant additional frequencies to SES for use in its non-geostationary (NGSO) constellation and enables it to deploy O3b...
Lo Now 15 Years Later Brazil and U.S. Return to Discuss Satellite Launch From Alcantara Base
Now Brazilian officials say that the sharing of technological knowhow is not a deal-breaker.
A First for ESA’s Aeolus Satellite ... There's No Magic Using this Aladin to Determine Wind Speed
Aeolus is a world first with break-through technology that will make a huge contribution to weather forecasting on a global scale.
Arianespace Reports All of the Launch Vehicle Elements for the July Galileo Satellite Launch have Arrived the Spaceport
These components, including the core cryogenic stage, arrived in French Guiana aboard one of two sea-going roll-on/roll-off ships that transport ...
NASA's Curiosity Finds Elements on Mars that Might Sustain Life ... Mysterious Methane
“tough” organic molecules in three-billion-year-old sedimentary rocks near the surface, and seasonal variations in the levels of methane in the atmosphere.
Orbit Communications Systems' Repeat Asian Navy Customer Orders Satcom Systems Totaling US$1.1 Million
A satisfied Asian Navy client has returned to Orbit Communications Systems to order approximately US$1.1 Million of Orbit Communications' products.
Canada’s Broadcasters Overcome Live Connectivity Challenges at Royal Wedding's 3 Million Viewers with Dejero and Intelsat 
Broadcasters must have an extremely high degree of confidence that their live feeds will be transmitted without fail.
Thales Alenia Space Wins ESA Contract for LISA Mission ... Learn the History of the Universe
Laser beams transmitted between satellites will measure the displacement of these masses with a resolution 10 times smaller than an atom.