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EDRS Traveling The Space Data Highway With ESA
This first element, EDRS-A, consists of three hosted packages on the Eutelsat-9B satellite for launch next year.
 
Emerging Markets Communications' Vote of Confidence from the African Union With Renewal + Expansions
In addition to renewing services for these sites, the African Union added an additional eight international locations, for a total of 28 global sites.
 
ICT Begins Feasibility Plan...Launch a Satellite that Provides ICT Services...Or Not
The committee will examine the demand of government agencies to use satellite technology to provide public services, ranging from health care and education to security. 
 
 UPDATE: USAF + ULA's Atlas V...GPS IIF-8 Climbs Upward
And it's a launch.
 
Multiple Engagements For Vega Build By ELV For Arianespace
"The space field has enormous potential and can play its part in the relaunch of our [Italian] economy. Today’s agreement is a demonstration and it is also a confirmation of the importance of our industry."
 
UPDATE: Orbital Sciences...Antares Rocket's Catastrophic Failure, Total Loss, No Casualties—AIB Formation Initiated
An extremely rare and catastrophic incident took place shortly after liftoff...
 
Ramping Up Capacity For The Northeastern U.S. Gas Fields
"...it is clear that this bird [Amazonas 2] has a tremendous presence and HISPAMAR has been a great partner in expanding our reach in the gas and oil space."
 
Russian Meridian Satellite Makes For Space
The Fregat upper stage with a Meridian dual-use communications satellite had successfully separated from the third stage of the Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket.
 
Russia Readies for Launch of a Bunch of 70 Proton Rockets by 2020
[SatNews] The Proton-M has experienced several failures in 2013 and 2014.
 
Planatary Resources...Never Say Die...Optimism Reigns
[SatNews] But in a message that he cheerfully ended with "Onward, upward and live to fly another day!", the Redmond company's CEO and self-described chief asteroid miner said...
 
Optus Satellite's Optimistic Project... Expand FOXTEL's HD Services 
The Australian companies have signed a five-year agreement that gives select FOXTEL customers access to nine new HD channels. 
 
C-COM's Antennas Save Antelopes in Africa + Other Wildlife in the Great Limpopo
 A rhino is killed every eight hours as its horns have become more valuable pound for pound than gold and this relentless slaughter threatens it survival.
 
Zadara Storage and CloudSigma to Help Secure ESA's Satellite Data
The agency’s on-demand enterprise storage enables analysis of critical satellite data to avoid disasters.
 
Lava Lapping @ Pahoa, Hawai'i
The flow was reportedly advancing by about 15 feet (5 meters) per hour.
 
ORBCOMM Provides Tracking/Monitoring Solutions to Largest Retail Trailer Fleet of 16,000 in U.S.
“This opportunity marks our largest GT 1100 order to date and sets the stage for future growth in the transportation & distribution industry.”
 
Gilat Satellite Network's Webinar... Avoid Cellular Traffic Jams, Stay Ahead of the Surge
Can you believe that 100Mbps single session download to an LTE handset?
 
EUMETSAT + CNES Conference Ka-Band Altimeters + The Jason Mission
New frontiers of altimetry is discussing the mission performance of new Ka-band altimeters and of the current Jason mission.
 
Third Group Of Four Satellites Should Realize Release This December
“These additional satellites will provide more capacity and drive even higher performance."
 
Deep Space Industries Takes Orbital's Loss to Heart with ARKYD 3 Part of the Tragedy
"We are not competitors as much as we are compatriots, working towards the same goal: the opening of space for humanity. "
 
European Space Successes In The Spotlight...
The exhibition is organized around three pillars: knowledge and innovation, services for citizens and competitiveness.