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Driving WorldView-4 To A Better Pad
There was little rest for the satellite—the WorldView-4 was placed into a truck with a super special container that actually duplicated the cleanroom environment where the satellite was manufactured.
The Deed Is Done — Launch Delay For EchoStar-21
No launch for EchoStar-21 on August 29th...
Next Test Steps For Dream Chaser
Phase Two flight tests will be conducted in coordination with Edwards Air Force Base (AFB).
Pushing Secret Payloads Is An Aerojet Rocketdyne Power Play
The company successfully supported this launch of a national security payload for the U.S. government today.
Alberta's Smallsat Upcoming Weather Effort
Students at the University of Alberta have been working on a CubeSat  that will be launched into orbit with 50 other CubeSats as part of the QB50 mission.
Playing It Smart With Grids Earns ORBCOMM An Award
ORBCOMM’s dual-mode satellite-cellular solution enables utility companies to efficiently manage their Smart Grids.
Second SNC Dream Chaser Milestone Meets Mission Requirements
Dream Chaser will provide a minimum of six cargo delivery missions to and from the ISS between 2019 and 2024.
First Successful Satellite Transmission Of Pay-Per-View Event
PSSI successfully brought the UFC 200 event from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, to viewers in the United States and Canada in 4K/UHD.
Prep Protocols Underway For Dual Intelsat Satellite Push by Arianespace
Payload preparations for Arianespace's next Ariane 5 dual-passenger mission are moving into full pace.
Base Station Testing With Carrier Aggregation Is The New Keysight Technologies Webinar
A number of new technologies such as Carrier Aggregation (CA) and higher-order MIMO are used.
Prepped For The Next Step—Launch
Intelsat 33e integrates one of the most advanced commercially-available digital payloads in the world.
I Want My Iranian TV... 100,000 'Illegal' Satellite Dishes Are Destroyed
... in Tehran the military has destroyed 100,000 illegal satellite dishes and receivers because most satellite channels "...deviate the society's morality and culture."
The Design Viability Of Smallsats—The Proof Is In The Proving
Straub said he and his students managed to reduce the price to around $3,000 using mainly less-expensive consumer parts.
Thales Alenia Space's Flighty Satellite Work For Inmarsat
This key milestone was achieved on schedule following an extensive two-year build process.
Have Hydrogen, Will Fly... Russian UAVs Succeed In Syria
UAVs equipped with hydrogen engines showed positive results during  test flights.
The Zettabyte Era & The Future Of SATCOM
This free NSR webinar will discuss key topics on expanding SATCOM addressable markets in the mobile ecosystem
Healthy SATMED Support Is Here & Now For The Philippines
This implementation will enhance healthcare provision and deliver accessible e-health services to remote communities on the island of Mindanao.
An Awarding Day For SpeedCast
SpeedCast was presented with the award at the 10th Anniversary of the Annual Communications Alliance COMM Awards Dinner.
Dastardly Debris & The WorldView-2 Satellite
This occurrence was on July 19th.
US Navy's First Carrier-Based UAV Is Named MQ-25A Stingray
The service can now have an official title for the unmanned aerial vehicle that’s had several labels since late last year.