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NBN Co's SATCOM Kinship With Remote Australians On Track With SkyMuster II Launch Upcoming
The two NBN satellites will have a combined capacity of 135 gigabits per second and will be able to provide services to approximately 400,000 homes and businesses in regional and remote Australia.
Prepped For The Next Step—Launch
Intelsat 33e integrates one of the most advanced commercially-available digital payloads in the world.
ULA Ramps Up And Readies For NROL-61's Secret Mission For US National Defense 
The mission will be launched for the National Reconnaissance Office in support of national defense...
BeiDou's Will Gain Global Reach By 2020
The BeiDou project was formally launched in 1994.
The Design Viability Of Smallsats—The Proof Is In The Proving
Straub said he and his students managed to reduce the price to around $3,000 using mainly less-expensive consumer parts.
Thales Alenia Space's Flighty Satellite Work For Inmarsat
This key milestone was achieved on schedule following an extensive two-year build process.
DataPath® Makes 'em Man Packable And Receives Inmarsat Global Xpress Type Approval
DataPath's QCT90 man-pack terminal was designed for both simplicity and ruggedness to deliver quick connectivity in remote locations.  
Healthy SATMED Support Is Here & Now For The Philippines
This implementation will enhance healthcare provision and deliver accessible e-health services to remote communities on the island of Mindanao.
Londoners Yearning To Breathe Freely
The company has just announced plans to build the world’s most advanced air pollution map, for Greater London.
SSL Is All Up In Arms About Assisting DARPA In Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites
The contract is for two complete robotic arm systems, which would be able to carefully capture and berth with satellites that were not previously designed for docking.
Dastardly Debris & The WorldView-2 Satellite
This occurrence was on July 19th.
Brazil's Ruralweb Enlists Gilat’s Cloud Solutions And NOCs The Internet Into Most Hard-To-Reach Areas On Earth
"We also take pride in helping to deliver Internet service to some of the most hard-to-reach areas on the planet.”
Airbus Defense And Space's 'One Tasking' Scores A 10 ...Sends Customer Centric Services Soaring 
To achieve this we asked our customers to challenge us. The result was a clear desire to eliminate some of the risk...
FORMOSAT-2... Farewell
Experts last Friday announced plans to decommission FORMOSAT-2.
Euroconsult Has ESP 'Sees Into The Future' ... 23 New Countries In Space Programs By 2025
The value of the 130 satellites is more than double in cost, at almost $12 billion, versus the  more than $5 billion during 2006-2015.
Centennial Celebration For The Boeing Company
The company started as a builder of wood and fabric floatplanes in a Seattle boathouse.
Sultanate Satellite Seminar
This was the second seminar of its kind related to satellite.
The transmission of NHK WORLD TV in HD has already started via ASTRA 1KR at 19.2 degrees East.
Cape Canaveral Arrival For JCSAT-16 For An Appointment With SpaceX
The satellite was built by Space Systems Loral (SSL) and is now being prepared for launch.
Hughes' HM300 Military Portable Terminal Passes Muster ... It's Jumpable
...provides portable satellite communications capability for early entry units, forward deployed teams, long range scout teams and executive communications...