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Liftoff Date For THOR 7 + SICRAL 2 Now Re-Set By Arianespace
The payload lift performance for this first Ariane 5 mission of 2015, designated VA222 in Arianespace’s numbering system, is estimated at 9,850 kg.
Cobham’s Smallest Transmitter Has A Home In VeloVue HD System... Covered UCI Track Cycling World Championships
...the world’s smallest HD transmitter, has been deployed as part of Broadcast RF’s new VeloVue HD system.
SmartOne From Globalstar Selected By FAGOR Electronics For Hybrid Satellite + Fleet Tracking
“When the vehicle moves out of GSM range, satellite transmissions automatically take over."—Ernesto Pérez, Overseas Distribution Manager, FAGOR.
GEO Illustration Challenge "Transcending Borders" Is Now Open For Submissions
Participants will receive access to free satellite image data provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) through the competition website.
Day Long Conference Set For Women In Aerospace Organization In DC
Women in Aerospace (WIA) is dedicated to expanding women's opportunities for leadership and increasing their visibility in the aerospace community.
ARABSAT Celebrates Newtec's 30th Anniversary w/Ambassador, Diplomats, Business + Industry Delegates
“Arabsat is pleased to take part in this event as Newtec is one of our most valuable strategic partners."
Another Entry Into Aviation History By Northrop Grumman + U.S. Navy With The X-47B
"The AAR system and X-47B both performed as expected."—Pablo Gonzalez, UCAS-D program manager, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
Delivery Accomplished By Orbital ATK Of The SKY MEXICO-1 Satellite To Kourou
The SKYM-1 satellite will now undergo pre-launch preparations for a late May launch aboard an Ariane 5 rocket.
New STK Training + Certification Classes Upcoming From AGI
A number of new classes are being offered by AGI...
Northrop Grumman Seeks Young Cyber Security UK Talent w/ CyberCenturion Competition
CyberCenturion is the U.K.'s first team-based cyber security contest specifically designed to attract 12 to 18 year olds.
CommunicAsia2015 Singapore... Defines What’s Shaping the Future of The Global ICT World
The rising size of the mobile workforce and increasingly complex user demands, coupled with the proliferation of connected devices has made this industry more dynamic than ever.
Analog Devices To Spotlight Their RF + Microwave Solutions @ IEEE MTT-S Int'l Microwave Symposium
Analog Devices will demonstrate its broad RF & Microwave portfolio including the HMC7056 Ka-Band Block Upconverter and more...
A New Webinar From Keysight Technologies Gets Into 5G Waveform Generation + Analysis Using A Flexible Testbed
Challenges of today’s 5G research are the many waveforms, frequencies, and bandwidths being investigated.
Small Satellite Conference All Systems Go! 
The Conference's Keynote Speaker is John E. Hyten, Commander, Air Force Space Command,  Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
Shipment Of Sentinel-2A Successful With Arrival @ Arianespace Launch Facilities In French Guiana
This 1,140 kg. satellite will deliver high-resolution optical images from around the globe.
Monthly Visits To Vanderberg Space + Missile Heritage Center Now Available...
The monthly visits to the Vandenberg Space and Missile Heritage Center at Historic Space Launch Complex-10 are on the third Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m.
L-Band Receiver To Be Incorporated Into Fox-1C and Fox-1D CubeSats
“Rather than adding a complete new receiver, the L-band ‘Project Downshifter’ will convert the received L-band signal down to the Fox-1 uplink frequency and feed it to the UHF receiver on the Fox-1 satellite."
Avanti Communications Shakes Hands w/HRH...Receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2015
This satellite operator was awarded UK’s highest accolade for International Trade.
Ocean Monitoring To Be Accomplished By Clyde Space + SeaHawk CubeSats...
"We’ll be producing two of the most advanced CubeSats ever built."—Craig Clark, CEO, Clyde Space.
Lockheed Martin Engages In STEM Outreach With Code Quest
“From the gadgets in our hands to the vehicles that will explore deep space, programmers are advancing technology and changing our world.”—Anne Mullins, CIO, Lockheed Martin.