Recent Satellite Operator News
ULA's Vulcan Verification Pathway Now Has SMC Cooperation
This cooperative, jointly-written agreement facilitates data exchanges and protects proprietary and export-controlled data.
Arianespace Mission Mustered On A Fairing Day
This upcoming mission will deliver the two telecommunications payloads into geostationary transfer orbit.
US Geological Survey... How Satellites Up There Could Predict Human Caused Earthquakes Down Here
Suddenly, Oklahoma looked as tremor-prone as California, mainly due to the spread of wastewater disposal wells in the state.
Phasor Keeps Up With The Superyachts... Transmits Tests From Moving Platform
The link was successfully established and has been running flawlessly for over two weeks.
Harris To Capture The Earth Every Five Minutes...
For rapidly changing events such as thunderstorms, hurricanes, or fires, ABI can take images as often as every 30 seconds.
Spaceflight's Pathfinder-1 Is Accomplishing Just That...
The Spaceflight Industries launch team confirmed reliable, successful signal acquisition and is continuing to monitor communications from its operations center in Seattle.
Thuraya Telecommunications Highlights SATCOM Investment Saves & Improves Lives
Recent studies indicate that by 2022, the use of satellite communication will rapidly increase globally with a maximum growth expected from countries in the MENA region.
The EUMETSAT Satellite Conference Celebrates The Future As Well As Their Anniversary
Preparations for data from future satellite systems, such as the highly innovative Meteosat Third Generation, will be prominently featured in the program.
Cryogenic Helium Systems Breach Tied To SpaceX Dragon Explosion
The explosion occurred two days before the satellite was scheduled to be launched into orbit.
SCATSAT-1 & Seven Smallsats Travel With Alacrity To Their Slots
SCATSAT-1, a weather satellite with a five year mission life, is a follow-on mission for the country's Oceansat-2.
North Korea's New Engine To Launch A Weapon Or A Satellite?
"This is the kind of thing you try and build to get more rocket capabilities, whether you're trying to build a ballistic missile or space-launch vehicle,"
The Flukey Incidents That Delayed The Launch Of ULA's WorldView-4 Satellite
At its peak the fire had 1,052 fire fighters from more than 50 agencies and multiple aircraft in a battle to save life, property, and national defense facilities.
DigitalGlobe Reveals The Fire That Detained WorldView-4's Launch
ULA's launch of WorldView-4 satellite was scrubbed last week due to a mechanical issue and then a wildland fire that came uncomfortably close to Vandenberg Air Force Base...
Thuraya And IEC Telecom... As Partners Two Are Better Than One At OPV Middle East 2016
With the expansion of Thuraya’s maritime portfolio—vital equipment that keeps crew of navy vessels connected with colleagues, family and friends while away at sea.
On The IAC 2016 Show Floor... Important Matters For Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre
The company will be highlighting their space sector development in the UAE and Dubai, UAE space strategy, projects launched, space infrastructure, and developing human capital during IAC.
A Major Maneuver By China For Their Tiangong-2 Craft
Tiangong-2 launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center via a Long March-2F T2 rocket on September 15th.
Eclipse Avoidance For India's Mars Orbiter
The intention is to maneuver the spacecraft so that the impact of eclipse duration will be reduced.
Rosetta's Impactful Retirement To The Surface Of Comet 67P/C-G
Rosetta is reaching the end of its natural life and so September 30th was considered the optimum date to conclude the mission.
MTN's Flat Out Solution For Superyachts... Flat Panel Satellites At Monaco Yacht Show
Superyacht builders and owners no longer have to wait for flat-panel technology to arrive.
Israel's Sixth ISR Satellite, Ofek-11, Now Believed To Be Functioning Properly
The IAI-manufactured satellite was launched on September 13th and encountered some unspecified difficulties after entering orbit.