Recent Launch News
NBN Co's SATCOM Kinship With Remote Australians On Track With SkyMuster II Launch Upcoming
The two NBN satellites will have a combined capacity of 135 gigabits per second and will be able to provide services to approximately 400,000 homes and businesses in regional and remote Australia.
Prepped For The Next Step—Launch
Intelsat 33e integrates one of the most advanced commercially-available digital payloads in the world.
ULA Ramps Up And Readies For NROL-61's Secret Mission For US National Defense
The mission will be launched for the National Reconnaissance Office in support of national defense...
The Design Viability Of Smallsats—The Proof Is In The Proving
Straub said he and his students managed to reduce the price to around $3,000 using mainly less-expensive consumer parts.
A Soon-To-Be Smallsats Sender Gains Additional Expertise
Vector Space Systems has already begun engine-level static fire testing.
Trio Of Rocket Launches For Russia's Aerospace Force Planned For Later This Year
Three additional launches are planned for 2016.
From Microbes To Heart Cells To Bone Breakdown—SpaceX's Important Instruments Heading To ISS
These investigations will bring the delivered instruments into play to perform the first-ever DNA sequencing in space and the first international docking adapter for commercial spacecraft.
Climbing & Crossing High Mountains & Polar Caps — Inmarsat To Support Sir Fiennes Charitable Extreme Efforts
The veteran adventurer will be able to highlight his fundraising campaign and share his experiences thanks to a package of SATCOM equipment and airtime supplied by Inmarsat.
Cape Canaveral Arrival For JCSAT-16 For An Appointment With SpaceX
The satellite was built by Space Systems Loral (SSL) and is now being prepared for launch.
New Pads To Be Called Home For Moon Express At Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral is also something extra special for Moon Express with two pads ready for action.
Lockheed Martin's WorldView-4 Gets A Checkup Before Checking Out For Launch
WorldView-4 will double DigitalGlobe’s coverage of the world’s highest resolution imagery ...
MUOS 5's Anomaly Aggravation For Lockheed Martin & The US Navy
The anomaly has prevented the satellite's transfer to geosynchronous orbit—temporarily.
Crafting Cygnus PCMs In Thales Alenia Space Hands
The cargo module is designed to transport crew supplies and science experiments on Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft under NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services contract.
University of North Dakota Smallsat Should Soon See Space
The OpenOrbiter Small Spacecraft Development Initiative was born and the satellite's progress has been advanced by hundreds of students over the years.
Thales Alenia Space Celebrates What's SWOT? And Four Launches In As Many Months
Since the beginning of 2016, four launches in four months from four different sites carried spacecrafts “made in” Thales Alenia Space:
Cobham SATCOM's Latest SAILOR VSAT Terminal BUCs The System Is Easier And More Affordable
New model is the most cost effective Ku-band antenna on the market and releases potential for higher throughput uplinks even in tropical climates
MEASAT's Got Game... Launches Every Good Game... South East Asia’s First Dedicated eSports Channel
eGG’s content includes gaming tournaments, walkthroughs, expert guides, documentaries, game house tours and more.
No Fooling — Refueling An On Orbit Satellite Is A Chinese First
China's National University of Defense Technology has now reported that the nation has successfully completed an on orbit refueling of an orbital satellite
Shijian-16-2 Satellite Launched By China
The launch took place from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center at 03:21 UTC on Wednesday.
The First Nanosatellite For The UAE Is Now Built + Ready For Launch
The satellite has also successfully passed all stages and tests and is now ready for launch into space aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket