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Spectra Group, Winner of the Queen's Award for SlingShot Systems are at the SOFIC Exhibition in Tampa 
a low size, weight and power system enables UHF and VHF tactical radios to extend into the realm of Beyond Line of Sight  Communications on the Move
An NSR Bottom Line: 5G – Real Satcom Opportunity or Trojan Horse?
the windfall can be very generous ... there is certain contagion risk and ...it can add further instabilities to a market with enormous pressure already.
Kleos Space Names Kongsberg Satellite Service as the Firm's Ground Service Station Provider
The appointment marks the next milestone toward revenue generation, commencing post commissioning of the Kleos’ Scouting Mission satellites...
Earth to Sky Smallsat to Launch with Delta Satellite Solutions
The launch will occur in March 2021 to 550 km. SSO and will place 120 cubesats on-orbit.
ESA's Mar's Express Captures Never Before Seen Details of Huge Lowell Crater
The huge dent in the red planet is believed to be around 3.9 million years old and is the result of a massive asteroid collision.
CETel is Spotbeam On as It Serves an Increasing Connectivity Demand in North Africa  
Chad and South of Libya have little to no terrestrial connectivity and require stable, reliable and efficient solutions for data and voice transmissions.
Coming Soon, an All-Seeing Radar Imaging Satellite
This all-weather seeing feature is what makes them special for security forces and disaster relief agencies.
Interstellar Technologies States the Firm Could Soon Take On SpaceX
Horie also said the company will be ready to launch another rocket, Zero, which is capable of placing satellites into orbit, “in two to three years.” He...
Arianespace Signs On to Launch the Spanish EO Satellite SEOSat for ESA
SEOSat/Ingenio is a high-resolution optical imaging mission of Spain – the flagship mission of the Spanish Space Strategic Plan. The satellite will be...
General Atomics Prepares Their OTB Satellite for U.S.A.F.'s STP-2 Launch on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy 
the simultaneous launch of multiple demonstration payloads on a single satellite eliminates the costly burden of a dedicated platform and launch. 
Hold the Launch x 2 ... Erring on the Side of Caution SpaceX Scrubs Launch of Sixty SpaceX Starlink Satellites
With a new service launching for the first time, SpaceX founder Elon Musk had acknowledged on Wednesday that "much will likely go wrong."
Peraton Government Services Receives Commercial SATCOM Service Contract For U.S. Central Command
solicited via the GSA's Federal Supply Schedule, Information Technology Schedule 70, and one quotation was received from 25 offerors solicited.
SSPI Names the Organization's Board of Directors Following the 2019 Elections
The SSPI membership has elected six new Directors and re-elected four Directors to serve three-year terms beginning May 8...
MAXAR to Study Future Systems for Space-Based Comms for NASA
The future architecture would be used for scientific and human exploration missions in Earth orbit, at the Moon, and throughout the solar system...
ICEYE's EO Services and APSI Combine Forces to Support South Korean New Space Market
As a part of the agreement, APSI will supply ICEYE's SAR imagery in South Korea and also provide mutual support from both APSI and ICEYE...
E-SAT Providing L-Band SBD Beacons to a French Meteorological Instrument Company
This three years contract confirms the interest of remote sensing monitoring through satellite for site surveys in areas with GSM coverage, or...
Forrester Reports: Has the U.S. STELA ACT for Satellite Broadcasters Outlived its Usefulness?
A U.S. consumer has three ways of receiving TV signals; Over the air, by cable and by satellite (and increasingly, via broadband)...
Custom C-Band VSAT Network from Speedcast for Hospital Connectivity in Papua New Guinea
Speedcast worked with Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority to develop a customized MESH solution that guarantees service uptime of...
Eutelsat America to Study Comms and Navigation Services for NASA and Commercial Networks
This first stage, for which Eutelsat America Corp. has been selected, is a five month study that will examine how relay communications and...
Japan's New Space Domain Mission Unit Will Enlist 100 Employees to Track Space Debris
The new Space Domain Mission Unit will track space debris such as used rocket parts and old satellites that pose a threat to satellites orbiting Earth...