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SIS LIVE is  the DrivingForce Behind Sky News' Success
the vehicle's reduced weight allows it to be installed on a smaller 3.2T vehicle, avoiding large vehicle speed restrictions and so enabling faster travel to the breaking news event.
 
DubaiSat-2's Dubai Imagery Released By EIAST On Satellite's First Anniversary
The satellite is equipped with innovative technology to enhance the maneuvering capability and increase its agility by 300 percent.
 
India's GSAT-16 Is All Fueled Up + Ready To Go With Co-Passenger DIRECTV-14 In Early December
The mission with GSAT-16 and DIRECTV-14 will be Ariane 5’s sixth launch in 2014.
 
Yaogan-24 Satellite Heads Out + About For Chinese Sensory Acquisitions
Chinese "remote sensing" satellite lofted to orbit.
 
Orion Express Broadens its Horizon w/VIASAT Channels 
"No ads on the air makes TV viewing more comfortable for the subscribers."
 
NAOJ + JAXA...Record Sun's Enormous Sunspot Cluster 66 x the Size of Earth
...space probe and observatory have recorded huge sunspot activity with a sunspot cluster 66 times the size of Earth
 
NASA’s Near-Earth Object... Mapping Fireballs
That impact released the energy equivalent of 440,000 to 500,000 tons of TNT, and it was the largest meteor to hit Earth in this period.
 
B4 Tackling The Red Planet, NASA's InSight Needs ATLO Completion By Lockheed Martin
A critical stage in the program, ATLO is when assembly of the spacecraft starts, moves through environmental testing and concludes with its launch.
 
Bandwidth Optimization for Es'hail 1's Ka-Band Payloads Enabled Via iSat Produced VSAT
“As a new satellite operator, it is important for us to be able to provide our customers with superior coverage and to fully support their needs for network connectivity.”
 
The Eutelsat + AMOS By Spacecom Agreement Is Good News For Africa
"By creating a joint effort that aggregates content and improves the commercial reach of advertisers, we are optimizing the broadcast environment."
 
SSL Names Mystery Customer Provides Service Throughout South East Asia
 “PSN has a charter to use satellites to provide innovative communications solutions that help improve lives and support  economic growth in remote regions.”
 
Development + Construction Of Crucial Services For NASA's Orion Assigned To Airbus D&S
Planned for 2017/2018, the first Orion mission in which Europe is involved, “Exploration Mission 1,” consists of an unmanned flight to the Lagrangian points of the Moon and a return to Earth.
 
A RIFL2E Shot From Canada For AISR + SATCOM
"This was the first time in Canada that we achieved such large data rates, so far north." — Jean-Francois Rivest, DRDC’s Director Science and Technology Air
 
ESA's Trio Of Station Helpmates For The COPAS-SARSAT System
“This new search and rescue infrastructure, designed by ESA and financed by the EU as part of Galileo, is our contribution to the Cospas–Sarsat system..."
 
This Satellite Could Be A Real Killer
"It could have a number of functions, some civilian and some military."
 
Ash Aloft From Alaska's Pavlof Stratovolcano
By November 15, Pavlof was lofting ash plumes to an altitude of 30,000 feet (9 kilometers), high enough to disrupt commercial airline flights.
 
NASA + U.S. Department of the Interior...It's All About Image...Ball Aerospace Takes the Honor 
...improving the ability of scientists, land use managers, fire fighters, and other beneficiaries to better understand the Earth's features, and
 
ST Electronics Leads Into Space + Pushes the Boundaries
There, a team of 70 engineers is counting down to the launch of the first made-in-Singapore commercial remote sensing microsatellite next year,v
 
ATK and Orbital Make a Date for Merger... Exhibits Confidence In Spite of Antares Launch Failure  
The strategy to spin off our sporting business and merge our A&D businesses...
 
NASA a Golden Anniversary Tracking Satellites w/Laser Technology... What Was Good Then Is Even Better Now 
Before the end of the decade, the technique had gone international, with five stations in the U.S. and France...