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Euroconsult's Report Forecasts Connections of More than 60 Percent of Commercial Aircraft by 2027
For airline connectivity suppliers... estimate revenues from IFC topped $1.2 billion in 2017 and should reach $8.7 billion by 2027 for commercial aviation..
 
President Trump Signs Space Policy Directive - 3: Dealing with Debris and NASA's Administrator's Comments
"...President’s enthusiasm for our nation’s innovative work, provides a strong foundation for our nation to once again do the big things that will shape a ..." 
 
The Integration of Satellite and 5G Showcased by SaT5G Member Companies @ EuCNC2018 Conference
The live, first-of-its-kind test marked a significant step forward in the massive transformation of the global communications industry, which will...
 
AeroConnect: Inflight Event from GVF-EMP Takes Off for Farnborough 2018 Event
For the first time the event — comprising highly-focused industry dialogues with the satellite solution end-user aeronautical market — will be embedded...
 
Viasat's Bar Is Moving Higher, According to Morgan Stanley Research
Financials expected to be 2H weighted: On the last earnings call, management highlighted that "adjusted EBITDA growth due to residential...
 
ISRO Bringing Their GSAT-11 Satellite Back Into Launch Mode
The 5,700-kg GSAT-11 satellite was slated for launch on May 26 from Kourou, a site in South America that India occasionally uses to launch the...
 
Coming Together ... Secure World Foundation and Partners Establish Consortium for Satellite Servicing Standards
process took awhile, but the pace seems to have picked up and is moving forward so standards for cooperative on-orbit servicing can be determined. 
 
Hot Fire Test of Engine Demo Achieved by DLR and ArianeGroup for ESA's FLP Program
By the end of the year, the Expander-cycle Technology Integrated Demonstrator, or ETID, based at the DLR German Aerospace Center test ...
 
ESA's Future Role in Space Exploration
The Council discussed Europe’s ambition to play a leading role in the global exploration of space based on its European Exploration Envelope Program,...
 
Taking the Lead on SOLAR Fire Fighter Radio is Italy — and Cobham SATCOM Heartily Agrees
Coming into force this summer for 65,000 SOLAS vessels, Regulation 10.10.4 is designed to improve safety by securing dedicated communication...
 
UK-Based Oxford Space Systems Garners Millions in Funding
Oxford Space Systems (OSS) builds satellites, including deployable antennas and structures, that are lighter, less complex and cost less than...
 
Direct Connectivity Via GEO Satellite for IOT Demo'd by Fraunhofer IIS
For the test transmission, the institute employed portable, ground-based transmitters equipped with small, omnidirectional C-band antennas...
 
Astronomers See Black Hole Destroy Star in a Distant Eruption
Theorists suggested that material pulled from the doomed star forms a rotating disk around the black hole, emitting intense X-rays and visible light
 
PayTV in LATAM Projected to Reach 79.3 Million Homes by 2020, According to Dataxis
Although Dataxis predicts that 8.5 million new payTV customers will be added, compared to 201, it is a conservative evolution. As a result, TV...
 
Orbit Salutes Israel’s Technion Institute of Technology Upon Completion of Their First Satellite Ground Station
mission has two goals: demonstrate a long-term, autonomous cluster flight of multiple satellites and determine the position of a terrestrial emitter ...
 
Satellite Industry Association's Annual State of the Satellite Industry Reveals Record Number of Satellite Launches
There is a tremendous transformation underway in the commercial satellite industry as demonstrated by the record number and type of launches in 2017 
 
The First International Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Conference Meets with Success
For the first time, all relevant players came together on June 6 and 7, 2018, to anticipate what was to come for the Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB)...
 
The Chinese Relay Satellite for the Nation's Chang'e-4 Lunar Probe Now in Planned Orbit
The satellite, named Queqiao (Magpie Bridge) and launched on May 21, entered the Halo orbit around the second Lagrangian (L2) point of the...
 
World Teleport Association to Share Teleport Industry Insights During CommunnicAsia 2018
WTA will share insights from its recent market study, Sizing the Teleport Market 2018 and its Teleport Opportunities 2018 survey of executives...
 
NASA’s Decade of Discoveries and Cosmic Rays with Fermi Satellite 
cosmic rays, particles traveling at nearly the speed of light, could be propelled by supernova shock waves. In 2013, Fermi’s LAT used gamma rays to prove