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ITU Report Reveals Satellite Ka-Band is More Robust than Previously Believed
The ITU’s studies remove a significant issue which has seen satellite operators and telcos favoring Ka-band and its ‘spot beam’ technology over ...
 
Two Launches in the Works for Arianespace: BepiColombo for October 19 and NAOS in 2022
Performed prior to each Arianespace flight, the launch readiness review validated the “go” status of the Ariane 5 ECA launcher version,...
 
Celebration by Inmarsat... 400 Jet ConneX Inflight Business Jet WiFi Solutions Installed
Jet ConneX is the preferred linefit option by all of the market-leading business jet manufacturers, including Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault and Embraer...
 
Success for Students at Living Maths in Stellenbosch, South Africa on Space Tour 
Two hundred and twenty learners from the Stellenbosch community, ages 14 to 17, were included in this fully-sponsored motivational space themed...
 
Dr. Michael Mineiro Joins HawkEye 360 as VP of the Legal and Regulatory Division
Prior to joining HawkEye 360, Dr. Mineiro served as the Staff Director and Senior Counsel to the House of Representatives, Science, Space and Technology Space Subcommittee...
 
New Production Facility for Rocket Lab in New Zealand has Been Unveiled
Adding to Rocket Lab’s existing production facility and headquarters in Huntington Beach, California, the new facility brings Rocket Lab’s manufacturing...
 
NASA's Chandra Spacecraft Returns to Normal Pointing Mode
The safe mode was caused by a glitch in one of Chandra's gyroscopes resulting in a 3-second period of bad data that, in turn, led the on-board...
 
BepiColombo Spacecraft Build-Up Continues at Arianespace for October 19 Launch Aboard an Ariane 5
Performed in the Spaceport’s Final Assembly Building, Ariane 5’s build-up process concluded with the lowering of its ogive-shaped payload fairing...
 
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-1 Satellite Captures the Impact of Hurricane Michael at Tyndall AFB
Some of the imagery of Tyndall AFB clearly shows the power of the hurricane — stripping off roofs, tossing planes around and destroying...
 
Forrester Reports: Arianespace Might Place Soyuz Rockets on Hold + Customer Demand for Mega-Constellations Discussed @ Satellite Innovation
Arianespace uses a different version (Soyuz ST) of the Soyuz rocket that suffered an anomaly on October 11 (Soyuz FG)...
 
Helping to Negate Plastic Pollution in the Oceans — Satellite Vu Presenting Their Tech at GITEX Future Stars
GITEX provides a stage where Satellite Vu can engage with like-minded, enlightened potential partners. The company is also developing plans to...
 
Air Force Space Command's 12th Schriever Wargame Underway
The Schriever Wargame scenario, set in the year 2028, will explore critical space issues and investigate the integration activities of multiple agencies...
 
Astra Space Setting Up a Small Launch Vehicle Event
Notices from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Alaska Aerospace Corporation indicate the launch is planned for Friday with...
 
January 2019 Comeback Flight for China's Largest Rocket Scheduled for January of 2019
Success of the upcoming launch will be crucial to progress on China's lunar, space station and interplanetary exploration plans, with the Long March 5...
 
Globecomm's Peter Schimitsch Named by SSPI as a Future Leader at Satellite Innovation 2018
SSPI’s annual list of “20 Under 35” features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
Viasat's Successful Connectivity Demo at the AUSA Conference
By offering a secure, integrated network of cloud-enabled solutions, Viasat can reduce warfighters' cognitive loads in order to make more accurate...
 
SSPI Announces the Inaugural “20 Under 35” List of Future Leaders to Watch During the Satellite innovation 2018 Event
SSPI’s annual list of "20 Under 35" features 20 employees and entrepreneurs to keep your eye on in coming years. They were selected...
 
Satellite Interference Reduction Group and Intelligence-Sec to Host Event in Asia
As more satellites are launched there is an ever increasing issue of satellite interference that is sometimes unintentional, and other times it's not so much. 
 
Critical Design Review (CDR) Passed by NOAA's JPSS-2 Satellite
JPSS-2, or Joint Polar Satellite System-2, will join NOAA-20 in a series of polar-orbiting satellites to monitor the Earth’s atmosphere, land and oceans...
 
The Space Foundation's 35th Space Symposium Now Accepting Abstracts for Presentation Papers
Much like the main Symposium program, Tech Track will include featured speakers and a series of 20 minute "tech talk" presentations selected from...