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Schriever Wargames Are Set In The Year 2026 For Air Force Space Command
The Schriever Wargame, set in the year 2026, will explore critical space issues and investigate the integration activities of multiple agencies associated with space systems and services
India Satcom-2016 Set For June 7 in New Delhi
The event is supported by The Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India.
Thales Alenia Space's ExoMars Spacecraft Passes Muster Enroute To Mars...
“We are delighted to confirm that the spacecraft is in excellent shape, everything being proceeding on schedule and to ensure that..."
RigNet's TSI Restructuring Plan... Refocuses For Better Opportunities
The new integrated structure will result in the reduction of annual costs of approximately $1.0 million.
NASA/ESA Hubble's Star Cluster Image Is As If Bees Are Buzzing Around A Hive 
 The hive in question is an edge-on lenticular galaxy NGC 5308, located just under 100 million light-years away ...
Simultaneous Flights Of A Civil Drone & Manned Aircraft Occurs In A Spanish Airport
This is one of the first flying experiences undertaken in Europe for a drone to be able to operate in the area of the traffic of a conventional airdrome.
NSR... No Need For A Funeral... FSS Aero SatCom Not Dead Yet
A large outlay of supply in the market will bring fierce competition to the established FSS Ku-band aero connectivity market and affects pricing and thus operator revenues. 
NASA's MinXSS, CubeSat Launches... Hopeful Answers About Solar Interruptions To Communications Systems
MinXSS uses a commercially purchased X-ray spectrometer for a detector and an extendable tape measure as a radio antenna.
A New Research Report From The World Teleport Association: The Internet of Things
The growth forecasts for the Internet of Things (IoT) are off the charts.
Harris Geospatial Solutions Has The Solution In OneButton™ With ENVI® For Advanced UAS Image Processing
Outputs include digital elevation models (DEMs), true color 3D point clouds, multispectral mosaics and controlled oblique imagery – all ready for ingest directly into the ENVI software environment.
Nominations Are Now Open For The Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame®
The deadline to submit a nomination is Monday, August 15, 2016.
Tier 3 Certification From WTA Awarded To Talia Limited's Raisting Teleport
The Program also aims to provide a means for customers to select teleport vendors delivering the price-performance level that is appropriate for their applications.
Select The Honorees For SSPI's Promise & Mentor Awards
Who will the honorees be?
A Dragon Splashes Down... What Did It Bring Home From The ISS?
In fact one might be surprised to learn that there is a space suit worn on a space walk that was cut short when the astronaut reported  a water bubble inside his helmet.
Putin The Ruble Behind Phoenix
The capacity for the new booster will be between 9 and 15 tons.
A Game Changer In Global Intelligence Community...Fusion Of Satellite Imagery IHS Jane And Airbus Defense And Space 
IHS Jane’s has been using imagery from Airbus Defence and Space for over two years, breaking significant news stories on a second Russian base in Syria, new developments in North Korea’s nuclear program as well as island building in the South China Sea.
GVF's High Throughput Satellite Asks The $17 Billion Question, How Will HTS Grow The Pie?
“As HTS pricing has fallen by 20 percent or more in some regions over the past 5 years, total HTS demand has risen by nearly eightfold..."
ISRO Where Are They Now? 34 Indian Satellites Are Up And Running In Space
Current data released by the Union government confirm that 34 of them are operational.
C-Com's New Certifications With Hughes + Galaxy, Type Approval from Avanti
Achieving certification is not a simple process – it’s time consuming and costly.
GVF's Expert Forum Access Is Expanded
Now, GVF extends an invitation to all of the organization's past students to participate