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Optical Surfaces' Mirror is a Good Reflection of the Team's Expertise for SIMERA Technology
This certainly isn't your typical bathroom mirror that you see yourself in as you brush your teeth. This specially made mirror will have a job to do ...
 
RadFxSat, AKA Fox-1B, Expected to Launch on November 10
adFxSat (Fox-1B), which will carry a 435/145 MHz FM transponder, is one of four cubesats making up the NASA ELaNa XIV mission, riding as...
 
ISRO Targeting December for the Launch of a Cartosat-2 Series Satellite and Lots of Nanos
"We are targeting to launch Cartosat along with 30 nano satellites of foreign countries in the second half of December."
 
Orbital ATK Announces Launch Date for Planet's SkySat and Dove Spacecraft
A record-breaking 271 Dove satellites have been successfully deployed and operated in space and today collect
 
Fourth Iridium NEXT Launch Scheduled
This launch signifies the mid-way point of the Iridium NEXT launch program and will deliver another 10 satellites to orbit, bringing the total number...
 
Fastest Electric Satellite Orbit Raising Ever Accomplished by the Airbus-Built  EUTELSAT-172B
EUTELSAT 172B was launched by Ariane 5 from Kourou, in French Guiana, on June 1. The Airbus spacecraft control center in Toulouse took...
 
United Launch Alliance Selected by NASA to Push Landsat 9 to Orbit
The Landsat 9 mission is scheduled with a contract launch date of June 2021 while protecting for the ability to launch as early as December 2020...
 
Spacecom Re-Signs with SpaceX for Launch Services
Spacecom has told the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange the company expects to use SpaceX for a launch in 2019 and, possibly, a further launch in 2020...
 
Iran's Satellite Project to Monitor Agriculture with U.S. Financial Assistance
The project, with the allocation of 489,000 U.S. dollars, is aimed at assisting the country in the monitoring and analysis of agricultural production ...
 
Can Tiny Satellites Help the Coast Guard with Big Jobs?
two cube satellites will be launched into low Earth orbit from a SpaceX rocket to test if the satellites can detect emergency distress beacons in the Arctic.
 
ESA's Sentinel-5P joins Copernicus Satellite Family — Pollution Prosecutor Successfully Launched
Sentinel-5 Precursor will provide essential atmospheric chemistry data to the Copernicus program before the Sentinel-5 instrument becomes...
 
Bigelow Aerospace and ULA Go Low to Get to Lunar. Sooner.™
...the only commercial launch vehicle in development today with sufficient performance and a large enough payload fairing to carry the habitat.
 
It’s a Go for NROL as ULA Launches NROL-52 on Secret Mission, Again
There were challenges to see this launch through, with the weather challenges as well as the equipment issues that prevented the launch ...
 
ULA Classified Satellite Launch Receives Propulsion Support from Aerojet Rocketdyne
Aerojet Rocketdyne’s role in the launch began during liftoff when two SRBs ignited to provide 750,000 pounds of total increased thrust to launch the...
 
Saturday Scrubbed ULA's NROL-52's Launch Due to Weather
Launch is rescheduled for Sunday
 
JAXA and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Send MICHIBIKI No. 4 Soaring, Providing Some Beautiful Photos
Quasi-zenith Satellite System (QZSS) enables watching Japan from above
 
SpaceX Falcon Drives The Dual Mission EchoStar-105/SES-11 to Orbit
Built by Airbus, EchoStar 105/ SES-11 is a dual-mission satellite, providing SES with a C-band payload of 24 transponders of 36 MHz, owned and...
 
Spain's Top Military Brass See Hisdesat's PAZ Sat Before Shipping to U.S.
The PAZ satellite incorporates as the main payload an active sensor with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology that provides images of different...
 
Iridium®'s NEXT Set of Recently Launched 10 Satellites Muster Up and Pass Beginning Tests 
third batch of 10 satellites brings the total number of Iridium NEXT satellites in orbit to 30, getting closer to the total of 75 for a fully operational constellation.
 
Saturday's Update: ULA's Launch Scrubbed NROL 52 Issues with the Launch Vehicle
Even though NROL-52's mission is a secret in the interest of national security,  there are those observers who are often able to identify ...