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Hosted Payload Alliance Invitation To SATCON 2014 + Their Special Session
The HPA is extending a special offer that presents a 20 percent discount on the SATCON Conference rate...
 
Four Years Of Space Surveillance For U.S.A.F.'s SBSS
"The vehicle performs more GEO observations than any other sensor."
 
Up Next For Northrop Grumman's MQ-8C Fire Scout... At-Sea Testing...
"The sloped takeoff and landing tests are designed to be as real as it gets to actually operating on a Navy ship."
 
Leidos National Security Expert to Forecast Worldwide Instability +  Anticipatory Intelligence 
He will discuss global monitoring and planning systems to forecast instability worldwide.
 
Thales Alenia Space Signs MUSIS Contract With OCCAR-EA Is All About Image
Serving as an interface between Cosmo-SkyMed and CSO observation systems...
 
$3b In Growth For The Satellite EO Market by 2023, According To NSR
The move to very high resolution and the onslaught of lower resolution data is the key to the generation of $5.1 billion over the next decade.
 
Trimble is Nimble with Iridium®'s Network for M2M Connectivity in Europe + Elsewhere
 
"Their need for operational efficiencies has no boundaries."
 
UPDATE: Russian Express-AM6 Satellite Is Off + Away Via A Proton-M
"With the new satellite in action, the overarching task of broadcasting nationwide television programs from Kaliningrad to Irkutsk will be addressed."
 
Air Force Salutes Intelsat General...Awards Study of Using Commercial Resources for TT&C 
..."study to determine possible methods of transitioning this requirement to the commercial sector to achieve cost efficiencies in the new budgetary environment.”
 
Airbus Defence and Space + Spectrum Geo Know How to Shake Up Surveys of Croatia’s Oil Seeps + More
 
Results suggest a strong correlation between higher confidence slicks and structural features interpreted from a seismic survey acquired of offshore Croatia in 2013.
 
From MARS To The ISS For Orbital's Cygnus On November 2nd...
Post-storm, all is OK for the tracking station in Bermuda for this upcoming launch...
 
NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP Satellite Team Scrambles... Avoids 35,000 mph Impact of Space Debris
The rest of the monitored space debris ranges in size from the size of a softball, to massive rocket bodies, orbiting uncontrolled at speeds averaging 22,300 mph 
 
NASA Awards Northrop Grumman to Modify ATMS Instrument on Joint Polar Satellite System-2's 
 This information will significantly improve short- and long-term weather forecasting.
 
The Direct Storefront For DISA Debuts At The End Of The Month...
DDSF improves upon DISA Direct Order Entry by providing a request management capability that facilitates faster fulfillment and automated provisioning where possible.
 
NASA's Webb's Critical Heart Monitoring...'Patient' Survives Coldest Place Ever On Earth
This is 260 degrees Fahrenheit colder than any place on the Earth’s surface has ever been.
 
IRG Builds Strong STEMs.. Teaches + Learns From Kids
...to  impassion youngsters about the work... who are unaware of the wealth of opportunities within the satellite industry
 
KVH's TracPhone's Enduring Track Record ... Wins Awards for 17th Consecutive Year 
This is the 17th consecutive year that the company was recognized for its satellite communications or television systems and...
 
Sensor Payloads To Be Developed By Northrop Grumman For SBIRS #5 and #6
"We are committed to reducing cost and payload development cycle times, while still providing exceptional data to our military and intelligence stake holders."
 
Boeing's X-37B Comes Home After A 674-Day Spatial Excursion
This landing of Boeing's X-37B concluded a 674-day experimental test mission for the U.S. Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office.
 
China's Wenchang Satellite Launch Center Now Complete... Next Step, Get A Rocket, A Satellite + Then Launch 
[SatNews] As the new center faces the sea to the south and east, there is also no danger of debris from launch vehicles falling into residential areas.