Recent Satellite Operator News
Anomaly Determination Completed By ULA... MUOS-5's May Mission Moves On...
The next launch is now scheduled for around May 12 for the US Navy's Mobile User Objective System, known as MUOS-5, into orbit.
Second ExoMars Mission Pushed Out To 2020
The second ExoMars mission involves a Russian-led surface platform and a European-led rover, also to be launched on a Proton from Baikonur.
On The Show Floor... SES Heading Into CommunicAsia2016
Visit the SES booth to find out how to accelerate growth with...
A Smart Reach By Yahlive
Yahlive viewers across the Arabian Maghreb have access to over 60 Arabic and international channels, out of which 24 are exclusive to Yahlive.
Controlling Interest Of O3b Networks Now In SES Hands
SES will pay USD 20 million to increase its fully diluted ownership of O3b from 49.1 to 50.5 percent.
THAICOM 8's Trip From Orbital ATK's Virginia Facility To Cape Canaveral Is Successfully Completed
THAICOM 8 is the second satellite Orbital ATK has built for Thaicom PLC and is based on the company’s flight-proven GEOStar-2™ platform.
ULA Provides Updates Re: OA-6 Anomaly + MUOS V Processing Status
The Atlas V MUOS-5 launch is targeted for early summer; a new launch date has not been secured on the Eastern Range.
OneWeb Petitions The FCC For LEO Satellite Constellation Access To US Markets
OneWeb's non-geostationary satellite constellation will make broadband access available today to many individuals across the world who have limited or no access.
NSR Addresses The Elasticity Of Demand... How To Ensure It Doesn't Snap Back
One of the hottest topics in satellite telecommunications is the concept of elasticity of demand.
Two Ka-Band Prototype Satellites Procured By Telesat—SSL & SSTL To Do The Honors
Telesat has secured priority rights to certain Ka-band spectrum in non-geostationary orbits (NGSO) at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to operate such a constellation.
USAF 2nd GPS III Launch Services Contract Awarded To SpaceX
SpaceX will provide the government with a total launch solution for the GPS-III satellite, which includes launch vehicle production, mission integration, and launch operations and spaceflight certification.
JAXA's ASTRO-H Satellite Left To Its Own Devices
The organization has made every effort to confirm the status of ASTRO-H and to regain the satellite's functions.
India's Seventh & Final IRNSS Satellite Is Launched
he satellite was launched via the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), which took off from the Sriharikota launch pad at 12.50 p.m.
Eurovision Rio Olympics & Facebook African Broadband Needs To Be Satisfied By SES & Gilat
Bringing Rio Olympics to the world and high-speed broadband connectivity services to Sub-Saharan Africa in support of Facebook’s Express Wi-Fi program all SES projects.
DigitalGlobe Signs On New International D&I Client
This agreement brings total commitments from customers for capacity on WorldView-3 and WorldView-4 since the third quarter of 2015 to $355 million
BlackSky And United Nations Join Efforts To Create Constellation That Will Help Mankind
BlackSky and the UN plan to utilize data and images collected from small satellites in revolutionary ways.
Yahsat Celebrates Fifth Anniversary Of Y1A Launch
In 2011, the Ariane 5 rocket carrying the satellite launched from the European Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana.
Telenor Satellite To Host iRG Interference Event In Early May
The workshop will educate the audience about recent developments, as well as giving case study examples of interference resolution.
Advantech Wireless And Decibel Technology Make Great Sounds As Reseller/Partners
..."our recent expansion in Southern Asia has led to the need to establish high quality sales and support channels for our products.”
Global Teleports Provides Just What The Folks Need... Broadband Service Even At The Most Rural Events
Ah, the irony of attending a technology show and not having adequate broadband service at the event—there is now a solution.