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Booz Allen Hamilton's $178 Million Contract to Modernize U.S. Naval Information Warfare Center's GPS
Booz Allen will provide a range of essential services, including system definition, requirements synchronization, capability improvement...
 
SpaceX Delays, Again ... Tuesday's Launch of Starlink Satellites Scrubbed  
SpaceX is leveraging its experience in building rockets and spacecraft to deploy the world's most advanced broadband internet system.
 
Eutelsat-7C Satellite Announces Full Commercial Service 
Manufactured by Maxar Technologies, EUTELSAT 7C is a 3.4 ton, high-power, all-electric satellite carrying 49 36-Mhz equivalent Ku-band...
 
EU Reserves Four Ariane 6 Rockets for Galileo Navigation Satellites
The first of those launches slipped to 2021 due to a disagreement between ArianeGroup, Ariane 6’s manufacturer, and the European Space Agency, that delayed the start of ...
 
Inmarsat and ITC Global Collaborate to Offer Broadband Solutions
TC Global will offer Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress service, incorporating the Ka-band solution into its existing range of Ku-band connectivity services. Fleet...
 
Forrester Reports: OneWeb Signs Agreement with Astana International
OneWeb plans to engage local telecom operators among its distribution partners to provide its ubiquitous, high-speed, low-latency ‘fibre-like’...
 
ETL Systems' Growth Plans Supported with a Financial Boost
ETL serves various end markets including broadcasting, energy, defense, government and maritime and has a distinguished track record of growth...
 
Encore for AAC Clyde Space ... NSLComm's 15 MSEK (GBP 1.2 million) Contract for Satellite 
AAC Clyde Space will manufacture, launch, commission, operate the satellite and deliver a ground segment software solution.
 
JCSAT-17 and GEO-KOMPSAT-2B Prepped by Arianespace for Launch
Both spacecraft, which will be deployed in geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) during the Arianespace mission, are undergoing their preparation...
 
Nilesat Selects SpaceX to Launch Their Nilesat-301 Satellite
A contract was sealed between Nilesat and SpaceX in Cairo on January 21 and this is the first cooperation between the two companies...
 
Speedcast to Deploy Newtec's Dialog® Platform
The deployment will enable Speedcast to respond to the exponential demand for high-speed connectivity on board cruise ships and may also be...
 
Aerospace Creates New Position of GM Corporate Planning and Financial Strategy for Him
Victor brings the critical strategic planning and finance experience they need to continue their legacy of unparalleled support to the national security, civil, and commercial space communities.
 
Aethera’s New RF Power Processing Unit for Ad Astra's VASIMR® Engine Passes Milestone
The test was one completed one of the three remaining major technology milestones in the NextSTEP Partnership Program contract with NASA for the maturation of the VASIMR engine.
 
How NASA's Webb Telescope Will Continue Spitzer's Legacy
"The diversity of atmospheres around terrestrial worlds is probably beyond our wildest imaginations. Getting any information about air on these planets is going to be very useful."
 
Successful Space Debris Demo Performed On-Orbit by Tethers Unlimited
When the satellite has completed its mission and is ready to be disposed of, an electrical signal from either the satellite or an independent timer unit ...
 
Global SATCOM Contract for $48 Million Awarded by DISA to Intelligent Waves
The contract — called Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services (EMSS) Global Logistical Services Management Contract (ELOG) — has a lifecycle value...
 
Cybels Analytics Cybersecurity Platform to be Introduced by Thales Group
The platform provides faster, sharper, more exhaustive detection of the most complex attacks in real time or proactively in differed time (hunting)...
 
'Significant Risk' Boeing-Made Satellite Could Explode in Orbit
Washington: A Boeing-made satellite is in danger of exploding and needs to be moved away from an orbital zone occupied by other big communications satellites.
 
Astroscale Benefits from a $4.5 Million Grant from Tokyo Metro Government for Orbital Debris Removal Services
The project, which was launched last year, aims to subsidize up to half of the expenses required for the commercialization and development of...
 
On-Orbit Tests for EDRS-C Completed — Airbus Now in Control
After being delivered into its initial orbit by an Ariane 5 launcher, EDRS-C made its way to its final geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometres above Earth...