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The First Indigenous Satellite Build Is Planned By Turkey—TÜRKSAT 6A—Plus, GÖKTÜRK-2 Celebrates Second Anniversary... On Orbit
TAI Facilities in Ankara, Turkey, will build this new satellite...
Twenty-Five Year HISPASAT Anniversary Could Also Net Prize Winning Submissions Thousands Of Euros
The prize is open to all submissions from academic and industrial backgrounds that offer a solid, innovative, satellite telecommunications project...
Inmarsat's L-Band Antenna Pumps 10Mbps Return Link Connectivity
“Today’s government agencies and military forces are more mobile than ever, and require very nimble communication solutions."—Peter Hadinger, president of Inmarsat U.S. Government Business Unit.
Airbus Defence and Space Second In Record For Longevity...This Satellite Must Have Taken All Its Vitamins
Expected to serve 10 years in space, this healthy satellite lasted 23.5 years.
Thales Alenia Space's Four O3b Space Constellation Sats Launch New Record For Arianespace 
The 11th launch of the year sets a new all-time record and passes the cumulative mark of 500 satellites in orbit
Early Orbit Exercises by Lockheed Martin + Raytheon Demo New GPS Capabilities
“Launch Exercise 4 demonstrated the team’s ability to complete nearly 100 percent of the GPS III space vehicle 1 launch and early orbit mission sequence.”—Mark Stewart,Vice President, Navigation Systems, Lockheed Martin.
For California's Severe Drought, NASA Reveals The State Is Short Some 11 Trillion Gallons of Water
Recent California aren't nearly enough to end the multi-year drought.
Netflix Comes To DISH PayTV SatBroadcasting™ Endeavors
"Pairing Netflix with Hopper represents the consolidation of two incredible video experiences." —Vivek Khemka, DISH senior vice president of product management.
ND SatCom FIPS Their Lid... Now That SKYWAN 7000 Series FIPS Is Certified
...it can also undoubtedly be applied by other customers with the need for extra high security when transmitting data over satellite.
Stevenson Astrosat Cracks Open The Whiskey...First Space Systems Bid Celebration
"We cracked open the whisky when we won our first space-systems bid."
Twenty Russian RD-181 Rocket Engines Allegedly Heading To U.S.
Energomash is reportedly going to deliver 60 engines to Orbital Sciences...
Airbus Defence and Space Sells Tokyo Spot Image...Run Spot Run, See Spot Run To Direct Receiving Station
...with significant successes in the mapping, agriculture and forestry sectors, generating profit every single year.
Improving A Riyadh Hub Accomplished By Arabsat
"ARABSAT and STC continue to work very closely to enhance their presence in domestic and international markets.” —Khalid Balkhayour, President and CEO of ARABSAT.
India's ISRO... 2015 Will Be Busy, Busy, Busy... 4 + 5= 9 Launches
... with the two engines carrying a giant cup cake-like crew module.
James Webb Space Telescope...GAO Is Number Crunching For Most Complex + Expensive Projects
...delays have occurred on every element and major subsystem schedule—especially with the cryocooler—leaving all at risk of...
SES Check Off To Do List...Czech + Slovakian Public TV Tests Ultra HD Content 
“Having produced and broadcast all our shows in HD, RTVS is keen to remain the trendsetter in Ultra HD broadcasting..."
ESA's Planck Satellite... Captures Beautiful Dust That Creates Stunning Image
Unlike the unwelcome dust bunnies found under beds, this Galaxy's beautiful dust takes your breath away.
Space Tech Expo + Conference 2015...Take A Sneak Peek + Catch The Early Bird Special                                                                                                                                            
conference focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing the military, commercial, and government space sectors
The NRO + ULA's Atlas V Launches NROL-35's Eye Spy In The Sky For National Defense
Rain may have caused a delay, but this most powerful Atlas ever launched from California is now out of sight..
ILS Successfully Launches Yamal-401 For Russian Telecommunications 
An early Monday morning launch from Baikonur