Recent Regulatory/Government News
NATO Digging Into Their Wallets for Global Hawk SATCOM and More...
The treaty alliance was slated to have all five of their US-made Global Hawk drones delivered by the end of 2017.
Talks Between the UAE's TRA and Malaysia Regarding Interference Challenges
The discussions were focused on the best ways of supporting a number of space-based services...
University Students to Send North Dakota's First Satellite to the ISS
“Just in the last week or two, we have been quickly responding to a lot of queries from NASA …"
Arianespace Strike Grows Uglier ... Indefinite Launch Delay
“Guiana has become the most crime-ridden area in France, public services are overwhelmed and people are shut out of medical services.”
Japan's Government to Enhance Measures for Satellite Malfunctions
They will be required to consider such criteria as satellites’ resistance to collisions with space debris,
IAF's Upcoming Meetings' Revelations... Once-In-A-Lifetime Technical Visits Chinese Society of Astronautics
seven concrete priority actions geared toward stepping up the Federation’s actions in the peaceful development of space for the benefit of humanity.
Airbus Defence and Space Introduces Four New Executive Committee Members
Airbus Defence and Space has undertaken a strategy update with a clear focus on growth after years of consolidation.
Strikers Still Stopping Progress of Launch of Arianespace's Flight VA236
â€‹The evolution of the situation does not permit the restart of operations for the Ariane 5 launch scheduled for today...
The ISRO's South Asian Satellite's New Participant is Bangladesh
India will launch the satellite shortly...
MAXUS is Maximum in Every Aspect ... Ready to Go Weightless for Experiments
The samples are melted before flight and as soon microgravity is reached the different melts are set in contact with each other
Georgia Votes Yes to Build a Spaceport
Helping to absolve companies of all but gross negligence is seen as a key part of any attempt to land the project.
EgyptSat Takes $64 Million from China for an EO Satellite... China's Ulterior Motive?
a part of a US$7 billion Chinese grant to develop infrastructure along the Suez Canal Economic Zone as part of Beijing’s One Belt One Road...
NASA's SWIFT Satellite Captures Shattered Star's Debris ... Maps Death Spiral Into a Black Hole
Astronomers call this a tidal disruption event.
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus™ Launch
ULA announces the delay of Cygnus and the measures taken to ensure the launch will be safe and productive.
Es’hailSat Brings Solutions for 4K UHD Transmission to CABSAT 2017
They are also pleased to be planning the launch in 2018 of Es’hail-2 which will provide new capacity for MENA.
ULA's Delay of Orbital ATK's Cygnus to Space Station... Hydraulic Issues, Again
The extra time will allow teams to work on a hydraulic issue found on ground support equipment.
Pressure Mounts on Australian Government to Launch Space Agency
South Australia has a long history in the space industry, which started when the Woomera Test Range was established in 1947 about 450km north of Adelaide.
China Strives to Imitate SpaceX... Recover and Reuse Launch Rockets
China is developing a system to recover parts of rockets used in space launches to bring down costs and make its space program ...
Japan's New Satellite to Keep an Eye on North Korea
The Radar 5 unit was carried into space on Japan’s mainstay H-IIA rocket from a launch site in the country’s southwest.