Recent Analysis/Reports News
Orbital's Latest Launch Explosion Update...
A significant amount of debris remains on the site and it is likely substantial hardware evidence will be available to aid in determining root cause of the Antares launch failure.
ICT Begins Feasibility Plan...Launch a Satellite that Provides ICT Services...Or Not
The committee will examine the demand of government agencies to use satellite technology to provide public services, ranging from health care and education to security.
MISHAAL Aerospace Wins Another Contract...Outernet is All In With Their Small Sats
...wants to offer a mobile service from a constellation of Cubesats sent to Low Earth Orbit to provide news, education and emergency alerts to the 60 percent of humanity who do not have access to it.
Euroconsult Report — Mobile Industry’s Drive to Access C-Band Threatens African Economies
...and demonstrated the potential damage to economies and civil society of attempts by the mobile and wireless industry to gain access to C-Band spectrum.
Government + Military SATCOM Demands Will Drive $7.8 Billion In Revenues By 2023
“The military’s focus on mobility applications, especially using UAVs and manned aeronautical platforms for ISR missions, will boost demand for both FSS and HTS COMSATCOM capacity."
Lava Lapping @ Pahoa, Hawai'i
The flow was reportedly advancing by about 15 feet (5 meters) per hour.
DigiGone's Telemedicine Videoconferencing Kits...Patient On Ship Says "ahhh" While Doctor On Land Diagnosis
...kits provide real-time teleconferencing with emergency medical service professionals using satellite or terrestrial wireless links, enabling a face-to-face consult between patient and doctor.
Arianespace, ESA + CNES' VV04...Don't Break Out the Champagne...Yet
Additional flight trajectory analyses have impacted the original launch date.
Laser Communications Symposium 2014: The Current State Of The SpaceDataHighway, Hopefully No Pot Holes
The symposium will focus on soon-to-be available innovative laser technology that will revolutionize how geospatial data and information is managed on...
SpaceX Dragon Is a Real Work Horse...More Than 3,000 lbs From ISS
Science samples from the International Space Station will aid NASA in their goal of long-duration human spaceflight in deep space.
The VSAT + Broadband Markets Covered, In-Depth, By NSR In New Analysis/Forecast Report
This study also provides vertical, application, network and access technology segmentation insights...
EIAST....Eye Spy in the Sky... @ 2014 SPIE Optics + Photonics Conference
...is developed on a yearly basis, so as to keep up with the latest innovations in the field which make it difficult to protect images worldwide.
NASA'S Hinode @ Right Place @ Right Time...Corona 100 Times Hotter Than 10,000 Degrees
They can't physically affect humans on the ground, but—when intense enough...
Leidos National Security Expert to Forecast Worldwide Instability + Anticipatory Intelligence
He will discuss global monitoring and planning systems to forecast instability worldwide.
$3b In Growth For The Satellite EO Market by 2023, According To NSR
The move to very high resolution and the onslaught of lower resolution data is the key to the generation of $5.1 billion over the next decade.
Airbus Defence and Space + Spectrum Geo Know How to Shake Up Surveys of Croatia’s Oil Seeps + More
Results suggest a strong correlation between higher confidence slicks and structural features interpreted from a seismic survey acquired of offshore Croatia in 2013.
NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP Satellite Team Scrambles... Avoids 35,000 mph Impact of Space Debris
The rest of the monitored space debris ranges in size from the size of a softball, to massive rocket bodies, orbiting uncontrolled at speeds averaging 22,300 mph
NASA Awards Northrop Grumman to Modify ATMS Instrument on Joint Polar Satellite System-2's
This information will significantly improve short- and long-term weather forecasting.
NASA's Webb's Critical Heart Monitoring...'Patient' Survives Coldest Place Ever On Earth
This is 260 degrees Fahrenheit colder than any place on the Earth’s surface has ever been.
NSR Relates..."What Happens When HTS Beams Fill Too Fast…or Too Slow?"
...there has been a learning curve that HTS has been through, and to some extent, is still on...