Recent Regulatory/Government News
Russia - 3D Printed Smallsat To Launch from ISS in August
The satellite's systems are being checked and the spacecraft's batteries charged from the onboard equipment at ISS.
Space Flight Laboratory's First for Norwegian Microsatellite Deploys Yagi Antenna for a Space VHF Data Exchange
Once deployed, the antenna is twice as long as the NORsat-2 micro satellite. “Complex, reliable deployables are rare for micro satellites.”
SpeedCast Acquires UltiSat — Now They'll Set Up Government Division
The acquisition strengthens Speedcast's position in the Government and NGO sectors, complementing ...
ISRO's Chairman Shares His Opinions and the Need to Continue Receiving Help from NASA
What about India's space collaboration with the U.S. and Israel?
Singapore Sinks $8.4M in Search and Rescue Satellite Technologies
the new system has a greater position accuracy for faster detection and location of vessels or people in distress.
Did You Hear the One About a Small Nova Scotia Town Becoming a Commercial Spaceport? Mixed Reviews
But he said birds flying in from Newfoundland to Glasgow Head on the tip of the Canso peninsula are tired and disoriented when they arrive and ...
Win-Win With Strategic Aerospace Hubs as Thales Alenia Space and University of Turin Sign Agreement
... drive innovation, working with other businesses and the academic community to encourage employment growth and train young people ...
From Down Under to Up Into Space as Australian Company Possible Space Industry Backer
the investment fund whose manager, Infrastructure Capital Group, has recommended to the NTIDF not to invest “at this stage” but to ...
Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Center Sees Blue as Proteus FZC Provides Marine Modeling
because there are no other commercially available products with this level of bathymetric accuracy and richness of seafloor information
NSR’s Maritime SATCOM and Trends That Form a Perfect Storm for End-Users
Combined, these trends form a perfect-storm for end-users to maximize the return on their communications budgets – but ...
Rock Seven Comes Down to Earth with New Tracking and IoT System
... is just as effective for improving safety and logistics on the dashboard of an SUV or troop carrier as it is in the cockpit of a helicopter or light aircraft.
ST Engineering's Electronics Arm Muscles Contracts Worth Approximately S$490m in 2Q2017
This company's electronics arm did well in the second quarter of 2017 with contracts secured that total approximately S$490m ($358M US) for ...
A Paragon of Thermal Control Radiators Selected by Sierra Nevada Corporation
Everything must be a paragon, a model of excellence, and so...
International Institute of Space Commerce's New Executive Director a Veteran of Human Space Flight
“My dream is to help as many people achieve space flight as possible, and to have a good portion of them make money doing so.”
NASA’s Sleepy HERA XIII Crew Comes Home After Deprivation Experiment ... Only They Never Left Earth
It's bad enough if you can't sleep for a day or two, or have a baby that gets you up every two hours, but NASA purposely conducted an experiment ...
Arianespace's Vega Will Deliver Twins ... Set For August 1, Earth Observation Payloads
Vega is prepared for the twin Earth observation payloads to be orbited on Arianespace’s August 1 mission
NASA and Boeing Feel the Pain ... Admit Damaged Antenna on the TDRS-M Satellite
... officials aren't committing one way or the other as to whether the damaged antenna will delay the launch.
National Space Society Congratulates National Space Council's New Executive Secretary ... He Keeps Up the Pace
will be advocating for low-cost access to space, a robust cis-lunar economy, and funding for a space-based near-Earth asteroid detection telescope.
Taiwan - FORMOSAT-5 Ships to Vandenberg AFB for SpaceX Launch
This is the first remote sensing satellite designed, manufactured, and controlled by the NSPO and domestic teams and the satellite succeeds...
ASTROSCALE's Satellite is a Kind of Magnetic Garbage Can
"Space is filled with trash, and if things continue as they have, space exploration will no longer be sustainable."