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Comms Support for 3,000 Mile Atlantic Rowing Challenge to Come from Satcom Global and OCENS
The technology providers will supply the four strong crew with the voice and data connectivity and associated equipment needed to see them safely...
 
a.i. Solutions Awarded by NASA as Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year
This award recognizes the high quality of the company’s ongoing work at KSC, where a.i. solutions’ engineers and technicians provide support to...
 
Vespucci, Lockheed Martin's First GPS III Satellite for the U.S.A.F. is Encapsulated into the SpaceX Payload Fairing
Encapsulation of the satellite within its payload fairing serves to protect it against the impact of dynamic pressure and aerodynamic heating during its...
 
NanoRacks Delivers Smallsats, Research and Medical Science to the ISS
Since Dragon arrived on Saturday, December 8, the NanoRacks Operations Team has been working around the clock to run customer payloads with the astronaut...
 
Kratos Celebrates Their First Year of Constellations Podcasts, and Asks "How Are We Doing?"
Including Constellation special event podcasts, more than 40 episodes were produced in the past year. Constellations brings together key space ...
 
Forrester Reports: GSAT-11 Arrives in GEO
ISRO says that four orbit-raising maneuvers were carried out over the recent weekend, following the launch by an Ariane rocket on December 5...
 
Speedcast International to Deliver VSAT Services to Top Operator's Various Production Platforms
Their customer required a communications solution that could be delivered across production platforms, drilling rigs and FPSOs in multiple countries...
 
China's Chang'e-4 Mission Successfully Launched from Xichang Satellite Launch Center
A Long March-3B rocket, carrying the probe including a lander and a rover, blasted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's...
 
SSL-Manufactured SkySats 14 and 15 Imagery Being Received by Planet
SkySats 14 and 15 were launched on December 3 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Spaceflight’s first Sun Synchronous dedicated rideshare...
 
Student-Built ESEO Smallsat Attains Space
The joint Surrey and AMSAT-UK payload transmits key information to the ground — such as vital power, temperature and speed — and is designed...
 
OneWeb's Greg Wyler Named SSPI UK's Space & Satellite Personality of the Year
The Board of SSPI UK Chapter voted Mr. Wyler winner of this annual award for his contribution to the UK space and satellite sector and his recognition...
 
VORAGO Technologies CMOS Silicon Dies Live on Spaceflight's SmallSat Express Mission
In the first phase of the experiment, the same nine HARDSIL CMOS die were sent to the International Space Station where they have been...
 
The Harris HSAT Smallsat Orbiting and Communicating in Good Order
Harris Satellite (HSAT) is a briefcase-size 6U smallsat that provides an affordable solution for defense and commercial customers with very high-speed...
 
ATLAS Space Operations Makes Contact with FalconSat-6 Smallsat
The FalconSat-6 will serve the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Department of Astronautics, as a key component of the Academy’s capstone course for...
 
SSPI's Better Satellite World Recognizes the Crisis Connectivity Charter with Industry Award
When activated by the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC), the Charter will foster more efficient coordination between the satellite ...
 
Klokan's MapTiler API Wins the Airbus Multi-Data Challenge
MapTiler provides ads-free personalized maps and can run both online a...
 
U.S.A.F. Academy Cadets' FalconSAT-6 Smallsat Leverages Zero-G's Weightless Lab for Testing
ZERO-G Weightless Lab provides a unique opportunity allowing researchers to conduct hands-on testing at a level matching NASA’s...
 
Vorago Technologies Microcontroller Used in TechEdSat-8
The VA10820 MCU is used in the smallsat's power management system and brings the programmability of an ARM© Cortex©-M0 CPU with...
 
SSL's Robotic Arm on NASA's InSight Lander Gets a Grip on Mars
Its job places the lander’s instruments onto the dusty Martian surface, for future landers when offloading payloads onto the surface of the Moon.
 
IEC Telecom Expands with New Office in Denmark
The new company, located close to Kastrup airport, will primarily focus on the maritime market; however, the company will also provide satellite...