Recent Regulatory/Government News
Catching Lightning in a Bottle — Arizona State University's Innovative Project
ASU’s Pulsed Plasma Thruster Team caught lightning in a bottle recently — as long as a vacuum chamber counts as a bottle.
Harris' Army of One as They Name Retired Brigadier General Head of Middle East Operations
responsibilities include many aspects and battlefield management systems to include tactical radio systems, satellite systems, electronic warfare ...
Space Data Association Welcomes Latest Brazilian Member and Availability of Version 2.0
With an increasingly congested space environment, they have felt that joining SDA is an important step to secure the future of space safety ...
EUMETSAT's 87th Session Results Include Extending Jason-2 Operations and Contracts to Deploy EPS' Second Gen System
The Council also welcomed Ireland as the 16th Participating State in the
Arianespace Is In the Zone, the Launch Zone for Hellas Sat 3-Inmarsat S EAN and GSAT-17
and they realize the importance of keeping up a good pace, but certainly never to hurry and compromise the safety and ...
OHB's Founders' Generosity Enables Successful Students' Nano Satellite Launch
The difference is that this time the data will be available not only to scientists but also to hobby astronauts.
With GPS III in Full Production, the Next Step is Environmental Testing for Lockheed Martin
In May, the U.S. Air Force’s second GPS III satellite was fully assembled and entered into Space Vehicle (SV) single line flow when Lockheed Martin...
China's Journey to Build Their Largest Rocket to Launch Their Largest Satellite
weighing in at seven metric tonnes is one of the largest satellites that will be in geostationary orbit.
Russia's Secret Launch is Causing a Stir Suggesting Possibilities of Better Missile Targeting
and described as a mission that is even more secretive than usual.
Delayed NASA's Launch Goes to the Dogs for a Colorful Best of Show
The multi-canister ampoule ejection system being tested enables scientists to gather information over a much larger area than previously ...
SSTL's Third and Eighth ... to Build OHB's Third Batch of Eight Payloads for Galileo
The contract will be worth approximately 140m euros, and it is a continuation of ...
Ready or Not Are You? Kennedy Space Center is Ready for Tomorrow's SpaceX Launch of BulgariaSat-1
If you've ever wanted to view a launch Kennedy Space Center is providing the information you'll need to personally experience this thrill.
Success Again as ISRO Launches 30 Satellites and a Workhorse
The co-passenger satellites comprise 29 Nano satellites from 14 countries namely ...
OHB Selects Thales Alenia Space’s Belgium Made New-Gen Electronics for Electra
Electra is a generic geostationary platform with all-electric propulsion.
Satellite Industry Association Welcomes Him Now Officially Appointed FCC Chief
â€‹He's been doing the job in an 'acting' capacity and now,
Plans for Implementation of a U.S. Space Corps Service Being Worked Up by U.S. House Armed Services Panel
The two issued a joint statement wherein they indicated that the Department of Defense (DoD) is "unable to take the measures necessary to...
Harris' Advanced Weather Satellite Instrument to be Instrumental in Helping Save Lives in South Korea
Improves weather forecasting to help save lives and property
TGIF (Thank Goodness It's Friday) for ISRO as They Prepare for Friday's Huge Launch of 31 Satellites
with 30 other nano satellites that will include 29 from 14 different countries and one from India made by students from ...
Orbital ATK's Latest Milestone Completes Critical Components in NASA's Orion Launch Abort System
... consists of a solid propellant gas generator and eight equally-spaced valves capable of providing 7,000 lbs. of thrust in any direction.
ESA Satellite for 5G Initiative Has 16 Industry Leaders Joining Forces
The next step will be for the signatories to consolidate the defining elements of the trial projects and transversal actions by the end of the year.