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Third Indonesian Satellite To Launch Next Month
The satellite is named Telkom-3 and will support voice and data services.
 
Departing the ISS — Six CubeSats
These smallsats were pushed out of the ISS via the Kibo airlock using the new JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (J-SSOD)
 
Prepping and Priming By Arianespace for Launch of Sentinel-2B
This Vega mission is part of another busy year for Arianespace’s launch services...
 
First Launch of the Year for Arianespace is to Carry Hispasat 36W-1 to Orbit
This geostationary satellite will be driven to orbit for the Spanish operator Hispasat using a Soyuz launch vehicle.
 
Thailand's Digital Economy and Society Ministry Studies Satellite Service Industry Reform
The deputy permanent secretary of the ministry, said that the committee would then forward its final decision to the nation's Cabinet in March.
 
Japan's First Missile Defense Satellite Set For Launch
The goal of this satellite is to detect and then track missiles that are launched from North Korea...
 
KVH Upgrades and Plans to Include IoT and OneWeb
initiating an upgrade to mix high-throughput capacity from geostationary and low Earth orbit satellites into its network that will triple the current speeds.  
 
Global Eagle Entertainment Plays Cricket ... Gains Worldwide Rights 
Matches can (and do!) last for days, the players wear woolly jumpers, and games often break for high tea on the village green.
 
SMi's 12th Annual Military Space Situational Awareness... London in April an Early Bird Offer
...explore key situational awareness challenges in an increasingly contested, congested and competitive space.
 
SMi’s 7th MilSatCom Asia Pacific in Singapore this May... Early Bird Offer Ends Soon
Just as highways are becoming more congested, so it is with space. And space in space is becoming more congested, contested and competitive,
 
Airbus Doesn't Want To Be the Only One Having All the Fun... Enter the SpaceDataHighway Challenge
"... is like the first optical fiber in space, but with the added advantage of mobility. Therefore, the scope of possible applications is vast”
 
GreDeom-Insert From RUAG Space Is A Real Winner
This is a novel kind of insert that is installed and bonded in satellite panels fully automatically.
 
National Security Discussion by Senior Military Leaders at 33rd Space Symposium
The Space Symposium is considered to be the single most important global space conference for connecting government, military and industry leadership.
 
Partners France and India Ink a Deal Sharing in Launch Technology
...will enable France to benefit from the Indian model of streamlining the costs of space programs.
 
The Boeing Exhibit Center and Pavilion is All Sold Out
The Boeing Exhibit Center and Pavilion will open Monday evening, April 3, immediately following the Space Symposium's opening ceremony...
 
Acquiring Minds Want to Know... NETIA Secured by Savelli and Benveniste
The acquisition was made via Radio Act SAS, their consulting and services agency.
 
Small Rocket, Smallsat, Big Launch — All Part of JAXA's Master Plan For Less Expensive Launches
The smallsat to be carried by the small rocket is the University of Tokyo’s TRICOM-1, which weighs some 3 kg.
 
2017's SmallSat Symposium Simply Scintillating in Silicon Valley
With a new venue, the introduction of four new workshops and numerous new sessions those attending will be light years ahead of their small sat competitors.
 
Es'hail-1 is Serving
The tournament is taking place in Doha from January 2 to 7 and will be broadcast live in HD throughout the entire MENA region via Es’hail-1.
 
One Hundred and Three Smallsats, Sitting on a PSLV...
The rocket in question is the PSLV-C37 and the date is set for February from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota.