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WarnerMedia Selects AsiaSat for HD Channels Distribution in APAC
To allow a smooth migration to HD service for its rebroadcast affiliates, including payTV platforms and hotel networks across Asia Pacific, and for...
 
Update: Delay Conflicting Reports Regarding SpaceX's First Falcon Heavy Launch 
“It’s an exciting partnership with NASA, NOAA and SpaceX to provide space access for important military and civil experiments while demonstrating the Falcon Heavy launch
 
Iridium Receives Airtime Contract
The face value of this action is $8,579,000, funded by fiscal 2019 defense working capital funds.  The total cumulative face value of the contract is,,,
 
A Comet Intercept is ESA's New Mission
The mission will travel to an as-yet undiscovered comet, making a flyby of the chosen target when it is on the approach to Earth’s orbit. Its three...
 
UPDATE: The Yamal-601 Satellite's LEOP Successfully Completed and in GEO
This on-orbit raising has been implemented with the backup LEOP strategy and the planned multiple maneuvers occurred properly, the satellite being...
 
Sky Deutschland and MX1 Collaborate Again ... Ensure Perfect Audio and Visual Under Any Conditions
The first agreement between these two companies was a success, and so they are joining forces again to ensure this German broadcaster’s customers 
 
Space Warfare: The Aspiration-Constraint Challenge For India – Analysis
Space warfare conjures up images of satellites and laser weapons... being used to obtain a significant military advantage against an adversary.
 
Bad Batteries Cause Launch Delay of U.S.A.F.'s AEHF-5 Mission
Atlas V is tailored to the needs of its passenger by adding as many as five side-mounted solid rocket boosters for increased lift performance and a ...
 
China, France and EUMETSAT Make Ocean Satellite Observations Available for European Weather Forecasting 
EUMETSAT will distribute data from the satellite’s payload to its 30 Member States and the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts ...
 
Hughes JUPITER System Selected by Five Indonesian Service Providers
Each service provider independently chose the JUPITER System as part of its winning solution to extend cellular services to Indonesians in areas...
 
The Merger of Harris Corporation and L3 Technologies to Close on June 29...
Upon closing, Harris will be renamed L3Harris Technologies, Inc., and shares of L3Harris common stock will trade on the NYSE under ticker...
 
Ariane 5 Successfully Delivers ... Launch of T-16 and EUTELSAT 7C
"so each new success is a source of pride and encouragement for ever-higher space ambitions to benefit our customers around the world,”
 
Taking JUICE to Jupiter as ESA Signs Arianespace for the Launch
liftoff of approximately six tons, and placed in an Earth escape orbit toward Jupiter for a journey of 600 million kilometers after a 7.5-year cruise toward ...
 
New Capabilities and Services for Esrange Space Center Being Developed by SSC
A testbed for reusable rockets is currently being established and SSC aims at launching smallsats in a couple of years. In addition, SSC is now...
 
Successful Demos of 5G Over Satellite by the SaT5G Project
The project vision is to develop a cost-effective plug-and-play SATCOM solution for 5G to enable mobile operators and network vendors to...
 
Avionica to Develop Lightweight Terminal for Inmarsat's SB-S Aircraft Operations and Platform and an Inmarsat Government Award
The new terminal will be available next year and has been designed for the retrofit market, providing an affordable option for airlines seeking to equip...
 
ESA's Education Office Now Recruiting Students to Train for Testing, Designing, and 'Driving' Spacecraft
without excessive mathematics or technical jargon from September 3 to 6, they will show students how ‘driving’ a spacecraft is different from designing it.
 
Space and Missile Systems Center Reveals Many Firsts in the 'Summer of Launch' Program
Space Test Program-2, scheduled on June 24, will be the first DOD mission to fly on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy and the first to use previously flown flight hardware. 
 
Lockheed Martin to Design Janus Deep Space Spacecraft for Near-Earth Asteroids
Janus will fly by two binary asteroids, or asteroids orbiting a common center of mass, to image the system using both visible and infrared cameras.
 
2Gen Space System to be Developed by GomSpace for UnseenLabs
The collaboration will result in further enhancement of the capabilities to provide disruptive spectrum monitoring services from space, featuring...