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Bringing The ESA Biomass Satellite To Fruition Is Airbus Defence & Space
By using a P-band synthetic-aperture radar, the mission will use all-weather imaging from space to estimate forest biomass.
Hiltron Communications Selected For Global Satellite Tracking System
The system includes six Hiltron HMAM motorized satellite antenna mounts integrated with a Hiltron HACU antenna control unit and associated motor-control electronics.
Nexgen Space Platforms & Solutions To Be Developed By NovaWurks & Arkisys
The agreement serves to leverage NovaWurks’ Hyper-Integrated Satlet (HISat™) technology in applying Arkisys’ vision for the next wave of in situ assembled space elements and platforms.
Sierra Nevada Corporation Getting Set For Their 13th Trip To Mars
SNC will design and manufacture the descent brake, as well as actuators for robotic arm and sample caching system.
Second ExoMars Mission Pushed Out To 2020
The second ExoMars mission involves a Russian-led surface platform and a European-led rover, also to be launched on a Proton from Baikonur.
Harris Falcon Radios To Bring Comms Interoperability To European Customer
Harris will supply AN/PRC-152A Wideband Networking Handheld Radios, which provide simultaneous, secure voice and high-speed networked data and other units...
A Smart Reach By Yahlive
Yahlive viewers across the Arabian Maghreb have access to over 60 Arabic and international channels, out of which 24 are exclusive to Yahlive.
An Electrical Conduit Formed Between Aerojet Rocketdyne & NASA For Propulsion System
Under the Advanced Electric Propulsion System (AEPS) contract, the Aerojet Rocketdyne team will develop, qualify and deliver five 12.5 kilowatt Hall thruster subsystems.
First Global Hawk Components Manufactured In Korea Delivered To Northrop Grumman
This spring, Korean Jig and Fixture (KJF) delivered build-to-print aerospace grade precision machine parts for the first Republic of Korea Global Hawk.
THAICOM 8's Trip From Orbital ATK's Virginia Facility To Cape Canaveral Is Successfully Completed
THAICOM 8 is the second satellite Orbital ATK has built for Thaicom PLC and is based on the company’s flight-proven GEOStar-2™ platform.
Sky Sailing Stratollites
World View will be accelerating the development and commercial adoption of its “Stratollites”—or, high tech balloons that operate in the stratosphere.
Russia's First Launch From The Vostochny Cosmodrome Successfully Rises
The satellites aboard the rocket include Lomonosov, Aist-2D and SamSat-218.
A UAS Traffic Management System Is In The Works
Silent Falcon will be implementing a client that interacts with the NASA UTM.
An Exclusive NavWorx ADS-B Solution For Dallas Avionics
The unit offers three simultaneous display capabilities and provides traffic and weather updates.
DigitalGlobe Signs On New International D&I Client
This agreement brings total commitments from customers for capacity on WorldView-3 and WorldView-4 since the third quarter of 2015 to $355 million
Product Additions To Norsat International's Microwave Portfolio
The latest addition, the Median 40W BUC, joins the 16W and 25W versions that were announced earlier in 2016.
Advanced Space Radio Monitoring System For Sultanate Of Oman Finds Kratos ISR Completing CDR
The successful completion of the CDR is significant as it demonstrates that the maturity of the design is appropriate to proceed with full-scale fabrication, assembly, integration and testing.
Outerlink Global Has FAA STC Approval and Rings In Bell Helicopters
IRIS combines multiple features currently available from various vendors into one single solution at a fraction of the cost that an operator would pay for each of the components it replaces.
Marlink Flexes Their SATCOM Services
The service enables Marlink customers to increase their bandwidth on-demand on their VSAT connectivity service.
Newtec & Kacific Engage With Dialog
South-East Asia and the Pacific, from Sumatra, Indonesia, to the French Polynesian archipelagos, will ultimately benefit from the Kacific broadband service.