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Air Force Flying High BUCs With Mission Microwave Technology's Ka-Band SSPAs A Follow On Phase II Contract
...we have created industry-leading BUCs and SSPAs using novel power combining technologies and system designs.
Ball Aerospace And XTAR Demonstrate To Air Force First X-Band Hatch-Mounted Flat Panel Antenna
Airlink X-1 represents a significant improvement in phased array technology that will provide the warfighter with vastly enhanced communications.
Russia's Angara Rockets Will Take 60 Percent Of The World's Launches... According To Russia
Angara is a new generation of Russian carrier rockets that is based on universal rocket modules with oxygen-kerosene engines.
ULA... Tuesday's Roll Out For Check Up And Check Out Of Classified Info... NROL-61's Secret Mission For US National Defense
The mission will be launched for the National Reconnaissance Office in support of national defense...
New Acquisition Strategies Being Formulated By DoD Based On Worldwide Launch Market Data
The Department of Defense (DoD) is taking steps to develop an acquisition strategy for the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program.
BeiDou's Will Gain Global Reach By 2020
The BeiDou project was formally launched in 1994.
Cobham's Chopper Radio For LAPD
Cobham will be supplying their Flexcomm™ RT-7000 panel-mount tactical radio to LAPD.
I Want My Iranian TV... 100,000 'Illegal' Satellite Dishes Are Destroyed
... in Tehran the military has destroyed 100,000 illegal satellite dishes and receivers because most satellite channels "...deviate the society's morality and culture."
Hail To The Chief! ViaSat's $73 Million DISA Contract To Provide Air Force One And Other Aircraft In-Flight Internet Services 
Additionally, ViaSat's in-flight Internet service enables “a Situation Room in the Sky” experience 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Sweats Longest Hot-Fire Test Time On Engines That Will Transport Humans To ISS
The engines were individually tested... ramped up to 4,000 pulses and 1,600 seconds, the longest time ever conducted on a lightweight thruster with a composite chamber.
In The Knowing For NISAR
Named NISAR, the satellite is expected to be completed by 2021.
Congratz To Cobham For An ACARS First—Chinese Certification
The product to receive this certification is Cobham SATCOM's AVIATOR 300D system.
DataPath® Makes 'em Man Packable And Receives Inmarsat Global Xpress Type Approval
DataPath's QCT90 man-pack terminal was designed for both simplicity and ruggedness to deliver quick connectivity in remote locations.  
Have Hydrogen, Will Fly... Russian UAVs Succeed In Syria
UAVs equipped with hydrogen engines showed positive results during  test flights.
SSL Is All Up In Arms About Assisting DARPA In Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites
The contract is for two complete robotic arm systems, which would be able to carefully capture and berth with satellites that were not previously designed for docking.
US Navy's First Carrier-Based UAV Is Named MQ-25A Stingray
The service can now have an official title for the unmanned aerial vehicle that’s had several labels since late last year.
FORMOSAT-2... Farewell
Experts last Friday announced plans to decommission FORMOSAT-2.
Visions Of VESTA For SSTL
SSTL has signed a contract with Honeywell to supply the VESTA satellite platform.
Trio Of Rocket Launches For Russia's Aerospace Force Planned For Later This Year
Three additional launches are planned for 2016.
Euroconsult Has ESP 'Sees Into The Future' ... 23 New Countries In Space Programs By 2025
The value of the 130 satellites is more than double in cost, at almost $12 billion, versus the  more than $5 billion during 2006-2015.