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The Deed Is Done — Launch Delay For EchoStar-21
No launch for EchoStar-21 on August 29th...
ULA's Statement ....Atlas V Rocks 'n NROLs... NROL-61's Secret Is Safe In Space
“Thank you to the entire mission team for years of hard work and collaboration on today’s successful launch of NROL-61."
Will Fragmentation In Management & Oversight In Defense Space Acquisitions Continue?
Officials and experts generally have agreed that no one seems to be in charge of space acquisitions...
Double Payload Preparations Begin At Arianespace 
The payload preparations have begun and they are undergoing checkout procedures at Spaceport's building 55. 
Analysis Of Maritime SATCOM Markets Is Among NSR's Latest Reports
This report provides readers with a most complete overview on addressable maritime markets, vendor market share, pricing, revenues, and capacity demand for all commercial maritime vertical segments.
SES Whets Appetites With Trials Of US Participants Craving Ultra HD
SES is enabling even the smallest cable operators to be among the first in North America to provide linear and live Ultra HD.
Fleet Of Comms... A Car Carrying Accord
The roll-out of Fleet Xpress on board the MOL fleet will coincide with planned vessel drydockings, with the owner’s car carriers selected for the first installations.
Air Force Flying High BUCs With Mission Microwave Technology's Ka-Band SSPAs A Follow On Phase II Contract
...we have created industry-leading BUCs and SSPAs using novel power combining technologies and system designs.
Ball Aerospace And XTAR Demonstrate To Air Force First X-Band Hatch-Mounted Flat Panel Antenna
Airlink X-1 represents a significant improvement in phased array technology that will provide the warfighter with vastly enhanced communications.
First Successful Satellite Transmission Of Pay-Per-View Event
PSSI successfully brought the UFC 200 event from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, to viewers in the United States and Canada in 4K/UHD.
Talia Is Roped In
Talia engineers are now able to use and supervise rope access to safely implement riggings and promptly fix faults should they occur.
Prep Protocols Underway For Dual Intelsat Satellite Push by Arianespace
Payload preparations for Arianespace's next Ariane 5 dual-passenger mission are moving into full pace.
Base Station Testing With Carrier Aggregation Is The New Keysight Technologies Webinar
A number of new technologies such as Carrier Aggregation (CA) and higher-order MIMO are used.
Ferry Across The Mediterranean... With THOR 7 Connectivity
Telenor's THOR 7 has been selected for connectivity services on board their entire Hellenic Seaways fleet of ferries.
ST Electronics' Agilis Image Instigation
The initiation of services follows an intensive In-Orbit-Test (IOT) of the satellite since the launch of TeLEOS-1 on December 16th, 2015.
NSR Examines Narrowband Play In Maritime Markets
There’s plenty of fish in the sea, if you know how to catch them.
Hail To The Chief! ViaSat's $73 Million DISA Contract To Provide Air Force One And Other Aircraft In-Flight Internet Services 
Additionally, ViaSat's in-flight Internet service enables “a Situation Room in the Sky” experience 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Sweats Longest Hot-Fire Test Time On Engines That Will Transport Humans To ISS
The engines were individually tested... ramped up to 4,000 pulses and 1,600 seconds, the longest time ever conducted on a lightweight thruster with a composite chamber.
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.  
The Zettabyte Era & The Future Of SATCOM
This free NSR webinar will discuss key topics on expanding SATCOM addressable markets in the mobile ecosystem