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SpaceX Under Pressure Scrubs Launch of HISPASAT's 30W-6 Satellite
Saturday's launch of Hispasat 30W-6 satellite is delayed due to technical reasons.
 
The Republic of Croatia Signs with ESA Resulting in New Concrete Opportunities for Both
The road that lead to this agreement began a while ago.
 
SpaceX Scrubs Spain's Spy Satellite Launch Due to Strong Winds
PAZ will orbit Earth 15 times per day, covering an area of over 300,000 square kilometers from an altitude of 514 kilometers and a velocity of ...
 
Kratos Unmanned Systems Division Reaps USG IDIQ Contract for UAV CC&C
Due to competitive, customer related and other considerations, no additional information will be provided at this time.
 
AsiaSat Promotes Director of Business Development and Strategy ... She is Now VP of Business Development and Strategy
she holds a Master of Business Administration degree from MIT Sloan School of Management in the United States.
 
34th Space Symposium's 2018 Space Technology Hall of Fame® Inductees are Aluminum Alloy 398 and Miniaturized Laser Terminals
Mynaric's key contributions are miniaturized laser terminals that can be produced and sold at scale and which are
 
KSF Space to Support Launching Space Capsule from a Space Balloon in Mexico for Research
This is unique as a platform for high altitude space studies and scientific research.
 
Ariana 6's Vinci® Engine Passes 140 Tests that Include Some “Firsts”
The re-ignitable Vinci® engine will power the upper stage of Ariane 6, whose first flight is scheduled for 2020
 
NASA's New Horizons Zooms at 36,000 MPH and Releases Record-Breaking Photos from Beyond Pluto 
In two hours, New Horizons smashed a 27-year-old record set by Voyager 1 … twice.
 
The Broadband Service Plan by SpaceX Receives Endorsement from FCC Chairman
The firm's Microsat 2a and 2b are satellites are secondary payloads scheduled for launch from Vandenberg AFB this coming Saturday aboard a...
 
Adcole Maryland Aerospace-Built Kestrel Eye SmallSat for the U.S. Army and DoD Launches
The Kestrel Eye imaging satellite is the first on orbit demonstration of an envisioned Department of Defense (DoD) constellation that may someday...
 
NASA's Kodiak's Test Proves Self-Driving Robotic Servicer Can Extend Satellite's Lifespan
Once it locates its target, it can use dexterous robotic arms and software to autonomously grasp, refuel, and relocate a satellite.
 
CETel is the Latest to be Certified by WTA .... Achieves Provisional Certification of its Teleport
the Certification program has quickly grown in popularity, with 15 teleports currently engaged in the quality evaluation process and certifications ...
 
Cecil Spaceport Celebrates Upcoming Launches
Cecil Spaceport is among six that can facilitate horizontal launches. Small rockets strapped to jets will fly out over the ocean and launch from there.  
 
Satelles Shows Improved PNT Accuracy from LEO Constellation
from new tests using configurations with a differential source and with a more accurate OCXO clock, producing timing accuracy of 160 nanoseconds.
 
Results of Africa's International Space Forum in Kenya 
However, this last action must face the risk of ending the enormous abundance of African national resources if these ‘are not properly managed’
 
How COMSAT Continued Communications During California Wildfires ... 'What If' Became 'It Is'
"The crisis management plan, devised in response to the 'what-if' scenarios, demonstrated how resilient the teleport and and its team are."
 
NBC Olympics Selects SES ... Goes for the Gold by Transmitting High Dynamic Range Signal Across the U.S.
SES will use its satellite platform to distribute the NBC Olympics HDR feed to their affiliates throughout the United States
 
China Launches Two More Beidou Network Satellites ... Numbers 28 and 29 Out of 35
The launch had been set for the same window on Sunday, but was delayed by the visit of Chinese president Xi Jinping to the launch site.
 
NASA’s Webb Telescope's Parts Arrive to be Made into World's Largest Space Telescope
tested to ensure it is ready to launch and enable scientists to seek the first luminous objects in the universe and search for signs of habitable planets.