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Swedish National Space Agency's New Director General ... She Comes with Impressive Experience from SSC 
knowledge and experience from space technology, business, space science and national and international space projects from the early pioneering up ... 
 
Aerospace Announces Two Critical Policy Papers Offering New Advantages and Solutions for Space Traffic Management 
the DOD is examining this issue for several years, time is running out. The neighborhood is changing in space, planners need to act soon to manage ... 
 
An ILS Proton-M Rocket Launches a Russian Blagovest Military Satellite
The launch of the Proton-M rocket with Blagovest No. 12 aboard occurred at the Baikonur cosmodrome at 1:12 a.m. Moscow time on Thursday (2212 GMT on Wednesday)...
 
Sentinenel-3B's Upcoming Launch Will Complete Copernicus Constellation
Carrying a suite of cutting-edge instruments, Sentinel-3 is arguably the most complex of all the Sentinel missions – offering a bigger picture for Copernicus.
 
Bridenstine Confirmed by U.S. Senate to Lead NASA
Representative Bridenstine brings to his new job political and aerospace experience. A three term member of Congress, Bridenstine served as a...
 
Russia Should Not Compete with SpaceX, Says That Nation's Deputy Prime Minister
Rogozin estimates the real market of space services at approximately $350 billion, with the creation of payloads, and not the launch o...
 
South Africa Shipping the AZCube-2 Satellite to India for July Launch
The 4 kg. satellite, known as ZACube-2, was developed by the CPUT in cooperation with the French South African Institute of Technology. 
 
SpaceX's Triple Play Turns into a Home Run With Launch and Subsequent Deployment of TESS and Return of Rocket 
telescope/camera that will hunt for undiscovered worlds around nearby stars, providing targets where future studies will assess their capacity to harbor life.
 
Orbital ATK's TESS Exoplanet Satellite Launch Is a First on Exciting Journey for NASA Seeking New Planets;
This successful launch marks the 31st science spacecraft they have developed and built for NASA over the last 35 years.
 
Engility Gains Three Sole-Source Awards with U.S. Intelligence Community
In addition to intelligence analysis, systems engineering and integration, and cybersecurity, Engility will assist in core activities like modeling and ...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's RL10 to Soar to New Heights ... Selected for Orbital ATK's OmegA™ Rocket
the RL10  sent hundreds of satellites into orbit, spacecraft to every planet and the first human-made object, the Voyager I spacecraft, into interstellar space.
 
iDirect Government Improves Troops' Defense With New and Faster 4.2 Evolution Software
... greatly improves the availability of ultra-small disadvantaged terminals, improving reliability particularly for Communications-on-the Move networks.
 
HawkEye 360 Signals the Expansion of Its Advisory Board with True Patriots
their advisory board’s experience in defense, space, security and spectrum will bring invaluable insights to help them evolve their product suite.
 
Lockheed Martin's iSpace Selected by Commonwealth of Australia for Space Situational Awareness (SSA) System
Lockheed Martin is providing the Commonwealth of Australia with an iSpace Space Situational Awareness training and demonstration mission...
 
Comtech Telecommunications' $59 Million Contract with U.S. Navy for Critical Applications
The commercially available modems will support satellite communications and interoperability across the Navy's platforms and shore sites.
 
Over 4,000 Aspiring Astronauts Apply in UAE ... Only 0.1 Percent Will Be Successful 
the four Emirati astronauts will be in a series of training programs of a year-long basic training modules and three years of advanced training modules.
 
Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, Volume 2, Released by Department of Homeland Security
The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Cyber Security Division Mobile Security R&D Program Guide, introduces you to the goals...
 
Orange Goes to New Heights in Africa Selecting Comtech EF Data's Heights™ Networking Platform for Critical NGO Projects 
the ability to quickly deploy and commission new remotes in additional countries on the African continent as new peace-keeping requirements arise.
 
NASA's Small Sat with the Big Name Begins Testing by Orbital for Advanced Small Spacecraft Communications
demonstration of its radio frequency communications technology by successfully generating a signal tone through its reflectarray antenna to ...
 
ULA Launches an EAGLE and a CBAS SATCOM as Critical Space Assets for the U.S. Air Force
AFSPC-11 is a multi-payload mission on a mission for the U.S. Air Force.