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MEASAT and Travelxp Join Forces for 4K Asian Distribution
The international travel channel will join MEASAT’s UHD video neighborhood at 91.5 degrees E, where it will be distributed to television platforms...
 
'Green Fuel' to be Used by NASA for the First Time
NASA will test the fuel and compatible propulsion system in space for the first time with the Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM), set to launch...
 
Heading to China's Space Station, When Completed, Are Nine International Scientific Experiments
The six fully and three conditionally accepted experiments involve 23 entities from 17 countries, emerging from 42 proposals tabled by 27...
 
Airbus' Successful Network Test on MRTT ... First Balloons Now Aircraft
‘hybrid network’, the future of military communications with armed forces able to use a range of networks to be managed dynamically and transparently.
 
The First Rideshare Mission for Spaceflight to Lift Off Later This Month
This mission, also called “Make It Rain” by Rocket Lab as a nod to the weather in Seattle and New Zealand, represents Spaceflight’s first of five...
 
Arianespace Begins Preparations for Flight VA248's Launch of AT&t's T-16 and EUTELSAT 7-C
The Launch Readiness Review (LRR) will take place on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 in Kourou to authorize the start of operations for the final countdown.
 
Roscosmos Places $31 Million Order for Angara 1.2 Light Rocket
A light Angara-1.2PP was launched in July 2014 with a spacecraft mockup. Now Russia's space agency ordered this rocket for launching real satellites.
 
Another Successful SpaceX Launch ... Canada's RADARSAT Constellation from Vandenberg AFB
In addition, the Dragon's stage one plowed back through the fog, accompanied by a sonic boom, and landed securely on SpaceX's Landing...
 
A New Fuel for Satellites Is So Safe It Won't Blow Up Humans
Hydrazine is a volatile fuel that will ruin your day—and perhaps your life—if you’re exposed to it. AFM-315, on the other hand, is less toxic than caffeine,
 
Russia Goes Orange... Sovcomflot's Arctic Fleet Depends on Orange Business Services Maritime VSAT Solution 
will keep the ships connected even when operating on the high seas, improving safety and optimizing navigation in challenging conditions.
 
Forrester Reports: Losing Money is Apparently Not of Concern for Bezos' Project Kuiper
Bezos pulled no punches, telling delegates that Amazon was prepared to lose billions of dollars in capital expenditure. 
 
GigaSat and Inmarsat Provide Canadian Armed Forces with Satellite Terminals In Record Time
While the usual time period for supplying such an order is in the region of six to nine months, the DND terminals were built and delivered in just six weeks.
 
Ten Million Euros to Fund the First Demonstration of GLoT by NanoAvionics, KSAT and Antwerp Space
The funding is for the first demonstration of the pre-cursor stage of the Global Internet of Things (GIoT) smallsat constellation with one or more IoT/M2M...
 
ABS and INTERSAT Complete Their Nairobi Workshop
With the growing trend to localize content, ABS has partnered with INTERSAT to set up teleport infrastructure in Nairobi to offer data and video services on ...
 
Russia Planning on IoT Constellation ... Gonets-2
...the proposal to create a system of remote sensing satellites to monitor natural resources and man-made processes. This task has been set to...
 
Astrobotic to Use Their Peregine Lander to Deliver Payloads to the Moon
Payloads comprise of resource development, scientific investigation, technology demonstration, exploration, marketing, arts, and...
 
Lockheed Martin's COps Software for USAF's GPS Ground Control System Satellites 
November 2018, the company completed the AEP 7.5 upgrade, the largest architectural change in the systems history, replacing significant code, ...
 
African Space Industry's Report Reveals Over US$7 Billion Annual Revenue, to Exceed US$10 Billion by 2024
African engineers built 14 of the 35 satellites, including those they built in Africa and others using facilities outside of Africa.
 
SpaceX Stands Ready for RADARSAT Constellation Mission
enable the satellites to capture the same view of the same location on the Earth's surface once every four days instead of once every 24 days
 
Forrester Reports: Extra Funding For Intelsat and Eutelsat
...there’s a huge difference in the interest rate costs. Eutelsat’s interest rate is just 2.25 per cent (and the debt is due for repayment in July 2027). Eutelsat is...