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SKY Perfect JSAT and KSAT Selected by Axelspace for the First Japanese EO Smallsat Ground Station Services
SKY Perfect JSAT and KSAT will support this satellite program with KSATLite, a global ground network as a service, optimized for smallsats as...
 
Blue Canyon Technnologies' Bus Supports the Recently Launched Harris HSAT Smallsat
BCT’s 6U spacecraft bus is a state-of-the-art, high-performance smallsat platform that maximizes available payload volume...
 
Royal Australian Air Force's Mission 1 Smallsat Effort Heads to Orbit
The M1 and later M2 missions are being funded by the air force and conducted in partnership with the University of NSW Canberra, with the...
 
NanoRacks Delivers Smallsats, Research and Medical Science to the ISS
Since Dragon arrived on Saturday, December 8, the NanoRacks Operations Team has been working around the clock to run customer payloads with the astronaut...
 
Earth-i's Satellites Help Severn Trent to Fix Water Leaks
During the UK’s hot summer, Earth-i conducted analysis on imagery captured by British built satellites orbiting at 650 km. above the Earth...
 
UPDATED: Axelspace Garners Series B Funding
With this critical step, Axelspace moves closer to the realization of the new generation Earth Observation (EO) infrastructure AxelGlobe, which will...
 
SSL-Manufactured SkySats 14 and 15 Imagery Being Received by Planet
SkySats 14 and 15 were launched on December 3 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Spaceflight’s first Sun Synchronous dedicated rideshare...
 
China Launches SaudiSat-5a and -5B to Orbit
The SaudiSat-5A and SaudiSat-5B remote sensing satellites have been developed and manufactured at the King Abdulla City for Science and Technology...
 
Student-Built ESEO Smallsat Attains Space
The joint Surrey and AMSAT-UK payload transmits key information to the ground — such as vital power, temperature and speed — and is designed...
 
The Harris HSAT Smallsat Orbiting and Communicating in Good Order
Harris Satellite (HSAT) is a briefcase-size 6U smallsat that provides an affordable solution for defense and commercial customers with very high-speed...
 
ATLAS Space Operations Makes Contact with FalconSat-6 Smallsat
The FalconSat-6 will serve the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Department of Astronautics, as a key component of the Academy’s capstone course for...
 
U.S.A.F. Academy Cadets' FalconSAT-6 Smallsat Leverages Zero-G's Weightless Lab for Testing
ZERO-G Weightless Lab provides a unique opportunity allowing researchers to conduct hands-on testing at a level matching NASA’s...
 
Vorago Technologies Microcontroller Used in TechEdSat-8
The VA10820 MCU is used in the smallsat's power management system and brings the programmability of an ARM© Cortex©-M0 CPU with...
 
Statement from SSTL Confirms Successful Launch of KazSTSAT
confirmation that following separation from the launch vehicle a team made contact with KazSTSAT determining all initial systems checks are nominal.
 
Statement from Spaceflight, the Mission Manager, Launches 64 Satellites on First Dedicated Rideshare Mission
Spaceflight launched 15 MicroSats and 49 CubeSats from government and commercial entities including universities, startups, and a middle school.
 
Orbital Micro Systems and NanoAvionics Partner to Rideshare on Smallsat Mission 
OMS is on track to launch multiple weather observation satellites in 2019. This mission will carry a humidity and precipitation monitoring sensor that ...
 
Canadians Collaborate as ABB Measurement and Analytics Business Unit Manufactures GHGSat's Optical Sensor 
Counting more than 30 years of experience into the traditional government space market, ABB has provided key hardware contribution to sensors...
 
Vietnam Set to Launch a Dragon ... MicroDragon a Smallsat Set for January Launch
The Vietnamese satellite, weighing 50 kilograms, will be launched into orbit along with six other satellites aboard Japan’s Epsilon rocket, from the ...
 
Smallsats from Scotland Aim to Revolutionize Work in Space
The two ‘first of a kind’ 5 kg. satellites, which were designed and built by Spire Global, are unique due to their function, tiny size, low cost and quick ...
 
Blue Gets to Red ...Blue Canyon Technologies' Good Attitude Control Enables CubeSats to Relay Data from the Red Planet
provided the precision pointing the MarCO reflect-array high-gain antennas towards Earth relaying InSight's data during entry, descent, and landing on Mars.