Recent Analysis/Reports News
Will New Plasma Thrusters Keep Next-Gen Satellites Safe?
The Air Force has hired a Michigan company to see if thrusters based on plasma could help satellites evade incoming fire.
Isotropic Systems' New Chief Commercial Officer
He joins Isotropic with more than 40 years of experience in sales, marketing, product management and product development in satellite ...
Inmarsat Launches Fleet LTE and Delists from the London Stock Exchange
The new service leverages low latency, high data speed communications available via a dedicated Access Point Name (APN) on the Tampnet North...
Panasonic Avionics' Multi-Beam Ku-Band Capacity on EUTELSAT's 10B Satellite
This contract with Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) will enable Panasonic to provide multiple gigahertz of new extreme throughput...
Two Launches in Two Days to the ISS ... Next Russia is Ready
They checked out the tele-robotically operated rendezvous unit (TORU) today in the unlikely event they would need to remotely maneuver the ...
South Korea's New Satellite to Capture Environmental Data
Named the Chollian-2B, this 3.4 ton, indigenously-built satellite will engage in the real-time monitoring of the East Asian region of the world at 22,370....
Credit Facilities of $160 Million Close for Kacific Broadband Satellies Group
Taken altogether, these credit facilities secure long-term financing that enables Kacific to repay short-term facilities used to fund the construction of...
QuadSAT's Antenna Testing Solution Demo Obtains Positive Results
QuadSAT’s system uses drone technology to test, calibrate and measure the performance of VSAT antennas, specifically Comms-On-The-Move...
Blue Canyon Technologies is 2019 Best in Biz Winner
to enable a broad range of missions and technological advances for the New Space economy, further reducing the barriers of space entry.
United Launch Alliance Delays Launch of Boeing's Orbital Flight Test Starliner
Additional time was needed for the ULA and Boeing teams to complete an analysis of the issue, replace the duct and complete processing ahead of
Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization Payload Program Passes CDR
The CDR was the culmination of more than two months of review by the government and contractor team assessing the maturity of the payload...
Chinese Spy Blimp Spotted by Satellite Image in Disputed South China Sea
Satellite surveillance imagery captured by an Israeli satellite firm has revealed China’s deployment of a spy blimp in an apparent effort to monitor disputed portions of the South China Sea.
New COO @ Ball Aerospace as of January 1, 2020
He joined Ball Aerospace in 2000 as Senior Program and Capture Manager, National Security Space. Since 2013, he has served as VP and...
Orbion and DOD Plan to Protect Space Systems and Economy Against Threats
"The U.S. must aggressively pursue all measures that would increase its resiliency in space or risk falling far, far behind."
Ball Aerospace’s AAAS Fellow ... She is Recognized for Substantial Contributions
her distinguished record in the diverse fields of planetary science and infrared astronomy, science policy and advocacy, and aerospace industry leadership.
Scientists Developing Robotic Networks to Make Smart Satellites
The team uses artificial intelligence termed genetic fuzzy logic, and they were able to get the three robots, later five, to move the token to the desired spot.
NSR Analysis: Betting on SATCOM Fleets in a 3.0 Era
Today, we are truly entering a new era, with a shift from video to non-video, lease to service and subscription mode, packing more than a Gbps at less...
Forrester Reports: Approval for Inmarsat Acquisition Still Up in the Air
Some minority shareholders are arguing that the recommended offer fails to account for the potential value of a key Inmarsat partner in the U.S, Ligardo...
Inmarsat and ABB Marine & Ports' Maritime Milestone Agreement
A recent 2018 Inmarsat survey of 125 owners found 51 percent identifying an inability to get data off ships in real-time as their obstacle to IoT adoption.
NASA, French Space Laser Measures Massive Migration of Ocean Animals
This vast animal migration — the largest on the planet and a critical part of Earth’s climate system — has been observed globally for the first time thanks