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ITU Report Reveals Satellite Ka-Band is More Robust than Previously Believed
The ITU’s studies remove a significant issue which has seen satellite operators and telcos favoring Ka-band and its ‘spot beam’ technology over ...
 
Orolia's Milestone ... Nine Search and Rescue Systems Across Five Continents for Global Commissioning 
a record nine global search and rescue systems across five continents, including five ground-based Local User Terminals and four Mission Control Centers.
 
Success for Students at Living Maths in Stellenbosch, South Africa on Space Tour 
Two hundred and twenty learners from the Stellenbosch community, ages 14 to 17, were included in this fully-sponsored motivational space themed...
 
Ovzon Signs Their First GEO Launch Contract with SpaceX
The launch is expected to take place no earlier than Q4 2020. The next step for the company is to finalize the procurement of the satellites...
 
ULA's Atlas Rocket Shone Brightly in the Night with the Launch of AEHF-4 for U.S.A.F.
real-time video, battlefield maps and targeting data will be provided by the satellite to help support military communications. 
 
Hispamar and Gilat Join Forces to Deliver Broadband Solutions to Brazil
For this purpose, Hispamar will use the Ka-band capacity of its HTS Amazonas 5 (in operation since last year) and Amazonas 3 (launched in...
 
Global Satellite Attitude and Orbit Control Market Analysis Released by Technavio
A key factor driving the growth of the market is increased demand for multi-role satellites. The nature of battles has changed from month-long wars to...
 
Thales Alenia Space Tests Stratobus'™ Solar Modules and Scores
safely above regular air traffic, performs a wide range of missions, including observation, surveillance and telecommunications, with a service life of five years.
 
U.S. Coast Guard Awards AIS Contract to FLIR Systems
The indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a ceiling value of $9.9 million to provide second-generation Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponders...
 
Harris and L3 Technologies to Form Largest Merger in Defense History to Combine in 'Merger of Equals'
"we are confident in our ability to realize $500 million of annual gross cost synergies and $3 billion of free cash flow by year three.”
 
Viasat to Fly with Gulfstream's G280™ Business Jet's Ka-Band In-Flight Connectivity
The Viasat Ka-band in-flight connectivity service is proven to support more passengers and more devices simultaneously through all phases of flight...
 
Integrasys' Company Leadership in New Video About Successful Growth
Alvaro Sanchez, the CEO of the company, said that Integrasys is the carrier monitoring systems and VSAT commissioning tools Leader. Everything started...
 
China Launches Two More Beidou Navigation Satellites
A Long March 3B rocket with a Yuanzheng-1 upper stage lifted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in southwest China at 04:23 universal time...
 
NASA's Chandra Spacecraft Returns to Normal Pointing Mode
The safe mode was caused by a glitch in one of Chandra's gyroscopes resulting in a 3-second period of bad data that, in turn, led the on-board...
 
BepiColombo Spacecraft Build-Up Continues at Arianespace for October 19 Launch Aboard an Ariane 5
Performed in the Spaceport’s Final Assembly Building, Ariane 5’s build-up process concluded with the lowering of its ogive-shaped payload fairing...
 
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-1 Satellite Captures the Impact of Hurricane Michael at Tyndall AFB
Some of the imagery of Tyndall AFB clearly shows the power of the hurricane — stripping off roofs, tossing planes around and destroying...
 
Forrester Reports: Arianespace Might Place Soyuz Rockets on Hold + Customer Demand for Mega-Constellations Discussed @ Satellite Innovation
Arianespace uses a different version (Soyuz ST) of the Soyuz rocket that suffered an anomaly on October 11 (Soyuz FG)...
 
Spottitt's Cloud-Based Workspace Provides Massive Satellite Imagery and Capabilities on DNV GL’s Veracity Platform
Energy firms have used it to select the optimal locations for wind turbines by mapping land cover and terrain characteristics in areas of interest.
 
RUAG Space Does Double Duty ... Steers BepiColombo to Mercury and is the 'Brain' of the Ariane Rocket
Also, the “brain” or on-board computers of the Ariane rocket, was produced by RUAG Space.
 
XTAR Provides High Data Rates for a SATCOM on the Move Even When the Going Gets Wet
demonstration was 38.2 MHz with bandwidth efficiency of 0.73 bits/Hz, as heavy rain began to fall, the satellite link held strong.