Recent Regulatory/Government News
South Korean Concerns Over Potential North Korean Hostilities Could Result In Acquisiton Of An Israeli Satellite
The development also suggests that South Korea does not completely trust that the US will provide the defense it has promised in the event of a military conflict.
Qwaltec Receives Salute From US Navy... $19 M Contract To Operate, Manage & Maintain Ground Systems
support services for NAVSOC to operate, manage, and maintain ground systems, providing continuous, reliable and endurable global space communication...
Pakistan's PRSS-1 Prelude During World Space Week
Khurram said that with the successful launch of Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1), Pakistan will achieve yet another milestone by achieving self-reliance in the observation of Earth through satellite remote sensing.
Raytheon’s OCX, As Expected, Gets OSD Nod
Even though it was the most screwed up program in the Air Force, was behind schedule and had gone grossly over budget...
Airbus Defence and Space And Intelsat General Add A Layer... A MilSatCom Layer For European Defense
The satellite solutions support national and international voice and data applications for the end-user well into the next decade.
Commercial Spaceflight Federation's Kudos Regarding Orbital ATK And NASA's Successful Launch
Founded in 2006, CSF and its 70+ members are laying the foundation for a sustainable space economy and democratizing access to space for scientists, students, civilians, and businesses.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Pushes Forward For The US With Propulsion Hardware For Boeing’s Starliner Spacecraft
"...marks a significant milestone in the history of our nation’s leadership in space and its ability to send astronauts to the International Space Station from American soil once again.
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Rockets Really Rip ...Deliver Supplies & Materials to International Space Station
Aerojet Rocketdyne has delivered and flown more than 2,000 5-lbf monopropellant hydrazine thrusters over the past 40 years with 100 percent mission success.
Canadian Astronaut Saint-Jacques Introduces A New Concept To Students... Floor Maps
We're not talking about the kind of map that you can fold up and put in your car's glove box, or track using your pocket-size smart phone.
Orbital ATK's Antares 230 Sends Supplies Soaring To Space Station
Did you ever wonder if the astronauts get any of their favorite goodies? According to NASA's list of types of food apparently they do get treats such as: Brownies (NF), Candy:
NASA & JAXA's GPM Satellite Looked Into Naughty Nicole's Eye... Revealed Heavy Rainfall
Just as Matthew's devastation is still fresh in everyone's mind, along comes the destructive lass, Hurricane Nicole, a wet and wild storm.
Chinese Astronauts Heading To Tiangong II For An Extended Visit
On Monday morning, China's Shenzhou XI manned spacecraft was launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China atop a Long March 2F rocket.
Goonhilly Earth Station's New Executive Board Member Is Not Boring...Former Member Of ExoMars Mission Team
“This is a brilliant appointment for Goonhilly and will help us to drive more new opportunities and...
Thales Alenia Space Spain Sees Red...To Make Infrared Earth Observation For ESA
will be used for remote sensing applications such as water resource management and crop monitoring, a key to addressing the nutritional needs of the world’s population over the next few decades.
NASA's STEREO & SOHO Reveal The Dark Side Of The Sun's Mystery Of Spiraling SEPs
What kind of explosion on the sun could send the particles so far they ended up behind where they started?
Astronaut Tim Peake Is For Real, Down To Earth With Youngsters While Visiting Clyde Space
During the Principia mission, which took him on about 3,000 orbits of the Earth, he became the first UK astronaut to make a spacewalk.
IAF After Discussions Of Colonizing Mars, President Le Gall 's 2016-2019 Agenda For Global Innovation
It will transform it into the instrument required to lead the space community towards a more inclusive world.
Virgin Galactic...No Parting Of The Red Sea Was Necessary To Promote This Moses To President
For his services, Mike was twice recognized with the NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, one of the space agency’s most prestigious medals.
US Air Force To Meet In Europe... Share Technology And Ideas, Good Idea Or Not?
... the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) would lead Microsatellite Military Utility to determine how miniature satellites could enable allies to work together better...