Recent Events News
Future Leaders & Mentor Of The Year Named By SSPI
The Promise Awards honor three satellite executives age 35 and under for outstanding achievement in the early stages of their career as well as the Mentor of the Year.
Arianespace Mission Mustered On A Fairing Day
This upcoming mission will deliver the two telecommunications payloads into geostationary transfer orbit.
An Event Of Special Insights — The Fifth Annual Space and Satellite Regulatory Colloquium
The event will include 11 panels of legal and regulatory experts who will discuss the most pressing of issues.
Singtel Brings Inmarsat's Fleet Xpress To Asia & "K" Line Ship Management Singapore
The installation was recently completed on “K” Line Ship Management Singapore’s (“K” Line) container ship Houston Bridge.
Spaceflight's Pathfinder-1 Is Accomplishing Just That...
The Spaceflight Industries launch team confirmed reliable, successful signal acquisition and is continuing to monitor communications from its operations center in Seattle.
On The IBC2016 Show Floor... An Award Winning Satellite Scanning & Carrier ID Presence For Artel Video Systems
resented by TV Technology Europe magazine, the Best of Show Award is one of the industry's most prestigious technology honors.
Thuraya Telecommunications Highlights SATCOM Investment Saves & Improves Lives
Recent studies indicate that by 2022, the use of satellite communication will rapidly increase globally with a maximum growth expected from countries in the MENA region.
A Rocket Hardware Challenge Has Been Issued By United Launch Alliance
The company invites participants to design a launch support attachment bracket for the new Atlas V rocket.
The EUMETSAT Satellite Conference Celebrates The Future As Well As Their Anniversary
Preparations for data from future satellite systems, such as the highly innovative Meteosat Third Generation, will be prominently featured in the program.
NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center Presents... Their History
Armstrong, the agency's lead center for atmospheric flight research operations, began its storied history in the high desert in September 1946.
SIA... Satellites And The Senate
This event showcases our members’ leading edge space-based solutions to regulators and policy makers and underscores the value of the satellite industry to U.S Government, Enterprise and Consumer customers and US society.—Tom Stroup, SIA President.
WORK Microwave's 30th Anniversary It Takes Work To Make A Relationship Work
Established in 1986, WORK Microwave's original strength was in creating clean clock sources.
Cryogenic Helium Systems Breach Tied To SpaceX Dragon Explosion
The explosion occurred two days before the satellite was scheduled to be launched into orbit.
SCATSAT-1 & Seven Smallsats Travel With Alacrity To Their Slots
SCATSAT-1, a weather satellite with a five year mission life, is a follow-on mission for the country's Oceansat-2.
Smallsats Are Not Disruptive To Space Situational Awareness
Smallsats and cubesats should not be viewed as a major contributor to congestion or in creating space debris in LEO, at least based on recent history, a panel of experts presenting at the AMOS conference in Maui, Hawaii, said on September 23rd. [SpaceNews]
Thuraya And IEC Telecom... As Partners Two Are Better Than One At OPV Middle East 2016
With the expansion of Thuraya’s maritime portfolio—vital equipment that keeps crew of navy vessels connected with colleagues, family and friends while away at sea.
On The IAC 2016 Show Floor... Important Matters For Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre
The company will be highlighting their space sector development in the UAE and Dubai, UAE space strategy, projects launched, space infrastructure, and developing human capital during IAC.
Medyacity And Global VSAT Form Partnership For Second Global Satshow In Istanbul
GVF Collaborates with ESOA, the Event’s Host, to Provide Satellite Industry Support for the Two-Day Conference & Exhibition
A Major Maneuver By China For Their Tiangong-2 Craft
Tiangong-2 launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center via a Long March-2F T2 rocket on September 15th.
Eclipse Avoidance For India's Mars Orbiter
The intention is to maneuver the spacecraft so that the impact of eclipse duration will be reduced.