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DigitalGlobe Documents SpaceX's Successful 'Firsts' Times Two Includes Hosing Down a Falcon
... the first time SpaceX has flown both a flight-proven Falcon 9 and a flight-proven Dragon spacecraft in the same mission.
OHB and Arianespace Partner to Launch Heinrich Hertz for Germany's Civil and Military Telecommunications
"...we are responsible for implementing the entire mission including the satellite, the launcher and the related ground infrastructure."
Quintech's Extreme Solution Fans the Plans of Major Company's Test Labs with XTREME 80
among the highest density matrix on the market, in which they squeeze 80 total ports in a 2 RU chassis.
AST&Science's™ Big Venture with Smaller than Small Ultra-Small Satellites 
The satellites, called Microns, by the company, weigh approximately seven ounces ...
2019 Set as the Year for an Egyptian Satellite Launch by Russia
Al-Shafei pointed out that the satellite launch schedule will be announced by Russian space agency Roscosmos. The agency will indicate whether it...
Arianespace Plans for a Heavy Lift of Germany’s Heinrich Hertz Demonstrator Satellite
H2Sat will be used to test or flight-qualify some 20 different components or subassemblies, new technologies and transmission schemes ...
Russia Blames a Software Glitch for Failed Vostochny Cosmodrome Launch
On November 28, Russia lost contact with its Meteor-M weather satellite after its launch from the new Vostochny cosmodrome — only the second...
Asian Defense Organization's US$7 Million Order for Orbit's Aeronautical Telemetry Systems 
“This order includes a unique collapsible, transportable antenna,”
Peruvian Government Reports Investment in Airbus' PerúSAT-1 Already Recovered ... In First Year
The PerúSAT-1 satellite, built by Airbus, is the first of its kind to be delivered in a record time. It took less than two years from ...
ISRO Developing a Compact Launch Vehicle and Reduction in Launch Fee for Small Satellites
It could also tremendously cut the launch fee that customers would have to pay.
Airbus Says Adieu as Twin GRACE-FO Satellites Wing Their Way to California
The satellites will constantly measure the distance between each other to within a few microns using a microwave system built at JPL.
EUMETSAT Extends Tenure of Meteosat and EUMETSAT Polar System for Seven Years
These decisions reflect the substantial impact of observations from Meteosat and Metop satellites on weather forecasts at all ranges and ...
Arianespace Launches Four Galileo Satellites and Surrey Satellite Systems Comments About the Last of 2017
"2017 has been a perfect year for Ariane 5, which has beaten its own record with its 82nd consecutive successful launch since 2003."
UPDATE: Scrubbed Tuesday's SpaceX's Falcon 9 Resupply Mission to ISS Launch
Dragon will deliver supplies, equipment and science investigations.
A New Future for Forestry Through MySustainableForest Project
One of the focal points of this plan is the Copernicus EO and monitoring program. The first Sentinel satellites of the constellation making up this...
Lockheed Martin's Second Next-Generation Weather Satellite Will Keep People and Property Safer
the technology will improve hurricane tracking and intensity forecasts, and increase thunderstorm and tornado warning lead time. 
General Atomics' Contract with Government Enables ARGOS to Provide Better Comms for Warfighters 
Not only will ARGOS support the needs of the U.S. Army, but also the Combatant Commanders and Partner Nations.
Algeria's First Satellite is Launched by China
The satellite was the first cooperative project in aerospace industry between the two countries. Alcomsat-1 will be used by Algeria for...
Raytheon Joins with UAE After 30 Year Partnership to Form Raytheon Emirates 
The creation of Raytheon Emirates supports the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 by forming an aerospace and defense business that ...
RUAG Space, aka 'Brain Builder', a Smart Move to Continue Supplying Brains and Blankets for Galileo Satellites
“RUAG Space has provided the ‘brain’ of the Galileo satellites ever since the program started and we thank OHB for their continued trust in our product”...