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NanoRacks Doublewide Deployers Launch Five Smallsats from the ISS
This mission marks the first deployment of the industry standard 6U cubesats in the 2U x 3U form factor from the NanoRacks ‘Doublewide’ Deployers...
 
Spain's First ... PAZ Radar Earth Observation Satellite is Shipshape and Ready to Ship
It will be able to generate images with up to 25 cm resolution, day and night and regardless of the meteorological conditions.
 
Raytheon Technology in Support of NOAA's JPSS-1 Satellite
JPSS CGS, a global system of ground antennas and high-performance computers, provides the mission planning and command and control once...
 
UK Hopes to Build Spaceport and to Welcome U.S. Launches
that means making sure US technology matches UK safety and environmental standards, while also reassuring the Americans that ... 
 
Statements from ULA and NASA as They Finally Launch NOAA's JPSS-1... Forever Changing Weather Forecasts 
provide information about atmospheric temperature and moisture, clouds, sea surface temperature, ocean color, sea ice cover, volcanic ash, and fire ... 
 
ISRO's Lesson from Last Mission Failure Results in "Increased Robustness of Next Rocket"
While the study as to the cause of failure of the earlier rocket is on, we have increased the robustness of the next rocket,
 
AMSAT and Vanderbilt University Track the Launch of a Fox ... a Small Sat as It Comes Alive
The Vanderbilt package is intended to measure the effects of radiation on electronic components, including ...
 
Ready, Set, Go ... Almost as Ukraine Plans First Satellite Launch
"We expect that we would be able to complete all the works necessary for Ukraine to finally get its own communication satellite in the orbit in ...
 
Aye, Shetland is Not Just for Horses, as Scotland's Shetland Space Centre Works Towards Launch Facility
amazing amount of interest ... suggests that there is tremendous potential for Unst and Shetland to become part of a fast-growing, £13.7 billion sector ... 
 
Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy's Communications Satellite Program Office Hand Over MUOS-5 to NAVSOC
The October 11 milestone followed the successful completion of the MUOS-5 satellite’s on orbit testing and delivery of all operational products...
 
SpaceX Calls for Delay in Launch of Mysterious Zuma Spacecraft
SpaceX’s official mission overview for this one basically doesn’t even mention the Zuma...
 
A Tango in Microgravity at ISS is a First for Thales Alenia Space's Enhanced Cygnus Spacecraft 
It will be unloaded and used for the first time as an extension of the orbiting laboratory for an experiment featuring the SpaceTango facility ...
 
Fengyun-3D is Launched by China for Remote Sensing Duties
Fengyun-3D is one of China's second generation of Polar-Orbiting Meteorological Satellites that can provide global three dimensional all-weather...
 
Airbus Built GRACE-FO Satellite Heading Out Soon to California for Launch
The German/American GRACE satellites, which have been in space since 2002, are the only satellites that have been capable of monitoring the...
 
Big Day Upcoming for Northwest Nazarene University + Caldwell High School — Idaho's First Satellite to be Launched
MakerSat-0 will orbit around the Earth’s poles 14 times a day at 17,000 mph for the next several years, sending back data on the robustness of various...
 
Rocket Lab's Electron Arrives at Test Site for Second Test Flight
Rocket Lab founder and CEO Peter Beck says the rocket is performing well through rigorous acceptance tests and the team is focused on final flight...
 
Arianespace Completes Initial Build-Up for Flight VA240 to Drive Galileo Satellites to Slots
During activity in the Spaceport’s Launcher Integration Building, this heavy-lift vehicle for Arianespace Flight VA240 underwent the assembly process...
 
Orbital ATK Launches “S.S. Gene Cernan” Cygnus to Deliver Cargo to the ISS
Antares rocket boosts approximately 7,400 Pounds, its heaviest load to date.
 
JAXA To Attempt Their Small Rocket Launch Again This December
They used components found in home electronics and smartphones for the rocket, which is about the size of a utility pole.
 
Your Artwork Could be Fairing Well with the ESA's Cheops Satellite
The design will be placed on the Soyuz rocket’s fairing, the tough outer shell that protects the satellite during launch and as it passes through the...