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Smart Smallsat Pony Express 1 Developed by Lockheed Martin Now On-Orbit and Performing Well
Recently, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) launched the Pony Express 1 mission as a hosted payload on Tyvak-0129, a next-generation Tyvak 6U smallsat.
 
2nd Space Operations Squadron Sets SVN-74 Healthy and Active
...GPS III satellites have three times better accuracy and up to eight times improved anti-jamming capabilities than their predecessors, and a design life extending 25 percent ...
 
"And We are Off" ... Arianespace Sends Telecommunication Satellites Soaring for Eutelsat and ISRO
"And we are off, Ariane 5 is blazing a trail across the equatorial skies," said the announcer... for Arianespace's first flight of the new year and new decade ...
 
Two Satellogic Smallsats Engage in Trip to LEO Placements
This launch is but the first of many planned such events scheduled for 2020. Satellogic is excited by how the company has grown alongside the...
 
March Lift-Off for UAE's Falcon Eye 2 Satellite
The UAE will be launching the second version of its military satellite early March, about seven months after a European rocket lost the first one in space.
 
In-Space Missions Service and a 10 Million Euros ESA Program
In-Space has had commercial success with the Faraday 1st Generation (F1G) service that has attracted large space primes, start-ups and...
 
OneWeb's Comms Services to Cover Alaska via Agreement with Pacific Dataport
The collaboration will enable delivery of OneWeb’s high speed, low latency, communications services across Alaska. This agreement marks a key...
 
Thales Alenia Space's EUTELSAT KONNECT Satellite Launch Announcement 
In Africa, it will also be used in conjunction with public Wi-Fi terminals so that several users can share internet access, which will be marketed as coupons that can be paid using a mobile phone.
 
Satcoms Innovation Group and Goonhilly Earth Station Host SIG Annual Workshop 2020
This event centers around the technical issues created by LEO launches, discusses the innovations needed to resolve those challenges and shares the current available solutions.
 
Plant-e and Lacuna Space Provide Plant Power as Energy Source for Smallsats
Combining the innovative energy harvesting technology developed by Plant-e with the extremely power efficient devices from Lacuna Space...
 
Lockheed Martin Ships JCSAT-17 to Launch Site
JCSAT-17 will provide flexible mobile communications services to users in Japan and the surrounding region. Arianespace will launch JCSAT-17 from ...
 
China Lofts Remote Sensing Satellite and Two Argentinian Smallsats
The satellite, belonging to the Jilin-1 satellite family (also named Red Flag-1 H9) was launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 10:53 a.m., Beijing...
 
Telesat's LEO Satellite Constellation, Ball Aerospace and General Dynamics Mission Systems Enlist Their Services for U.S. Air Force
A key priority for military planners is having access to a proliferated commercial LEO satellite system that can be far more robust and resilient in the event of attack versus ...
 
Formal Authorization Received by Iridium from IMSO to Provide GMDSS Service
The Letter of Compliance was formally presented to Iridium CEO Matt Desch by the Director General of IMSO, Captain Moin Ahmed, during a...
 
Tyvak's 6U Smallsat Achieves Mission Success
The modular design of Tyvak's new smallsat platforms allows spacecraft to be configured and manufactured in a few months for missions from 10 to 290 kg...
 
Scientist Invents New 'Light Sail' that Could Speed-Up Space Travel, Help Reach Closest Star to Sun
would be able to reach the nearest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri, in about 21 years, despite being a daunting 4,244 light-years away from Earth.
 
How Would the Space Force Wage War?
" ... are unable to do that, which has prompted military officials to warn that China and Russia could easily shoot them down, jam their signals, or blind their cameras.”
 
Airbus Going with Arianespace Soyuz Rather than Vega for Falcon Eye 2 Launch
Arianespace stated that this change in launch vehicles is not due to the grounding of the Vega that was resultant of the United Arab Emirate's...
 
Forrester Reports: A 2020 Boom for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
ISRO saw overall revenues last year (financial year 2018-2019) of some $255 million. ISRO says that for 2020 that revenue could rise to more than...
 
The Amazonas Nexus Satellite Build for HISPASAT to be Initiated by Thales Alenia Space
The new High Throughput Satellite (HTS) will enable HISPASAT to access new customers and markets, by delivering high capacity mobility services to...