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DoD Inspector General Has "Concerns" for Air Force Space Command's Supply Chain
The supply chain is the sequence of activities necessary to provide an end user with a finished product or system (from raw material to finished...
 
UPLINK: Innovation from Glowlink
Even with planning perfect to the 99 percent ...we’ve learned that 1 percent is the difference between mission success and mission failure.
 
U.S. State Department Expresses Concern Over Inconsistent Behavior of Russian Satellite
there is no way to verify it. But Russian intentions with respect to this satellite are unclear and are obviously a very troubling development.
 
Pakistan's First-Ever Remote Sensing Satellite PRSS-1Is Now Operational
The services provided by the satellites are expected to uplift the socio-economic development of Pakistan and “would also enable the country ...
 
Market Forecast Evaluates Smallsat Impact on the Global Communications Market
This demand is driven not only by social and commercial requirements, ... but also, and perhaps most critically, by military applications.
 
Berg Insight Reports Installed Base of Fleet Management Systems in the Americas to Reach 22 Million by 2022
The top-25 vendors in the Americas together have a combined installed base of more than 7 million active units in the region today.
 
UrtheCast to Farm More Data Through Acquisition of Geosys Technology
This landmark deal is expected to bring value to agribusinesses worldwide through the enhanced relationship between imagery data and geoanalytical solutions...
 
UK's Space Industry's £19 Million Contract Gets the Shakedown with Plans for Test Facility
Satellite test facilities at this scale, in one location do not currently exist in the UK.
 
ASTERIA's Successful Mission ... to Win Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award
designed to test miniaturized technology for measuring the brightness of stars, to stabilize the spacecraft so that it can point itself directly at a star ...
 
UTIAS-SFL Students Win Significant Awards for their Technical Papers
Robert Magner won first place and a $10,000 check for his paper entitled, “Extending Target Tracking Capabilities through Trajectory and Momentum Setpoint Optimization.” Placing second...
 
Satellite Innovation — THE Meeting Place for Satellite Executives and Professionals
New for 2018 — Satellite Innovation will host brief, intensive updates on important new and advanced technologies. These concise presentations...
 
International Astronautical Congress 2018 Will Open Doors to Everyone on Public Day
Along with the many satellites space debris or junk has increased to about 750,000 objects larger than 1 cm!
 
NSR's Revelation ... Maritime SATCOM Market will Double Over Next 10 Years
Doubling over the next 10 years, Maritime SATCOM Markets are in a growth-phase. 
 
Frost & Sullivan's Smallsat Launch Services Market Quarterly Update for Q2 2018 Now Available
Frost & Sullivan now expects launch demand to increase to 11,740 smallsats by 2030, with revenues reaching $70.10 billion. Commercial...
 
Sierra Nevada Corporation Completes Study of First Module for NASA Gateway
The study was performed under one of SNC’s Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships-2 (NextSTEP-2) contracts. SNC plans to submit a...
 
ResearchAndMarkets.com Takes a Large Span of Small-Satellite Launch Services Update ... Forecast to 2030
At present, nearly all small satellites use the rideshare capacity as a secondary payload on the existing launch vehicles.
 
TCarta's National Science Foundation Grant Goes Deep to the Seafloor ...Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology
Here's a big job... enhance and automate multiple techniques for deriving seafloor depth measurements from optical satellite imagery. 
 
Through the Dark and Into the Light ULA's Successful Launch of NASA's Parker Solar Probe, the Fastest Spacecraft Ever 
closest approach Parker Solar Probe will reach a top speed of 430,000 miles per hour or 120 miles per second, making it the fastest spacecraft in history.
 
Airbus Built the Aeolus Satellite for ESA Now Ready for Aladin and the Wind 
Airbus-built Aeolus satellite ready to take on the wind ESA’s wind sensing spacecraft Aeolus, is encapsulated into the Vega launcher ready for lift-off
 
The STN Teleport Receives World Teleport Association Provisional Certification
To achieve Provisional Certification, a teleport operator completes a +170 item questionnaire and submits it to WTA. The Association analyzes the...