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Firefly's Flame Is Diminished... For Now...
The company has placed all of their employees on furlough.
Sea Launch Acquired By S7 Group
The CEO of Russia's S7 Group, Vladislav Filen, flew to the IAC in Guadalajara, Mexico, to sign papers that would find his company acquiring Sea Launch.
A Valuable TWTA Follow-On Order For CPI's Satcom Division
CPI’s products will be part of a primary uplink system in a well-established, DTH network in Africa.
Bangabandhu-I Comes Closer To Fruition For Bangladesh
Bangladesh in November last year signed a 19.51 billion taka ($248 million) deal with French firm Thales Alenia Space for the satellite itself.
On The IBC2016 Show Floor... Eutelsat Cements In Transponder Access For MultiChoice Africa
This nine year contract is for the expansion of the MultiChoice DStv platform at Eutelsat’s 36 degrees East video neighborhood.
Two Years Possibly Required For Israel To Replace The Destroyed AMOS-6 Satellite
Akunis also requested immediate new funding for the Israel Space Agency.
Pursuing V-Nova's PERSEUS Is Eutelsat
Eutelsat and V-Nova also plan to enter into a commercial partnership focused on satellite video transmission markets
An Antenna Acquisition Motivator From General Dynamics' SATCOM Technologies
For a limited time, General Dynamics' SATCOM Technologies will offer a '3-3' Initiative that includes a three year warranty along with a 3 percent rebate.
Drones Sailing The High Seas
Saildrone Inc. provides ocean data that's collected by a fleet of unmanned, autonomous sailing drones.
From Grain To Smallsats, NASA's Phase II Future Missions Technology Proposals Are Selected
The Phase II selectees of NASA's Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program are permitted to enter into negotiations for possible contract awards worth a combined total of approximately $15.8 million.
The GPS OCX Money Situation Becomes More Complicated (Inside GNSS)
The program to develop a new GPS ground system could see its funding tied up for more than a month.
AMOS By Spacecom Heading To Chinese Ownership
The deal is the latest in a string of Chinese acquisitions in Israel.
A WINS For SpeedCast
SpeedCast’s  global service and operational network and WINS’ strong establishment in the European market will enable SpeedCast to rapidly grow their business.
Apax Partners Corrals Telemar Group
The company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Telemar Group from that firm's current shareholders.
PLD Space Receives Funding For Liquid Rocket Engine Propulsion Project
PLD Space is the first European rocket company that, in 2015, made the critical leap from Powerpoint and cool drawings to full-scale hardware and real tests.
ATOM Agreement For Norsat
This is an approximate $3.8 million order for Norsat from Harris Corporation.
Senior Notes Offering By Hughes
The net proceeds of the offering are intended to be used for capital expenditures, working capital and other general corporate purposes.
A Huge Financial Reaction Really Draws The SABRE™ Engine Into The Limelight
With all of the agreements now in place, the SABRE ground demonstrator should be delivered by the close of this decade.
Positive Progress Infuses Raytheon's OCX Project
The accuracy of the PNT (Position, Navigation and Timing) signal is supposed to be doubled for OCX when implemented.
ULA Minimizes Their Workforce
The layoffs were experienced in Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida and Texas.