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SpaceX Delays, Again ... Tuesday's Launch of Starlink Satellites Scrubbed  
SpaceX is leveraging its experience in building rockets and spacecraft to deploy the world's most advanced broadband internet system.
 
EU Reserves Four Ariane 6 Rockets for Galileo Navigation Satellites
The first of those launches slipped to 2021 due to a disagreement between ArianeGroup, Ariane 6’s manufacturer, and the European Space Agency, that delayed the start of ...
 
UK to Launch £5Billion Galileo Replacement as MoD Identifies EU 'Security Flaw'
“So if satellites suddenly failed to work, the impact on all our lives would be colossal.
“With falling costs and advancing technologies, we now see space as the extinction of Earth.
 
Node Module Port for ISS to be Built by Axiom Space
This new commercial platform will significantly increase the usable and habitable volume of the ISS, provide for novel avenues of research in areas...
 
India Unveils Anti-Satellite Missile
The new weapon was unveiled at a time when the United States, China, and other countries are competing to develop weapons to secure a military advantage in outer space.
 
A Stunner from Eutelsat to the FCC + Forrester Reports on the CBA
Eutelsat in its FCC filing on January 23rd told the FCC that the CBA’s suggestions are “fatally flawed” because the auction value of the licenses...
 
Aerospace Creates New Position of GM Corporate Planning and Financial Strategy for Him
Victor brings the critical strategic planning and finance experience they need to continue their legacy of unparalleled support to the national security, civil, and commercial space communities.
 
The Satellite Industry Association Welcomes a New Member, Kaman Precision Products, into the New Year
night vision systems, precision telescope positioning, fast steering mirrors for space-based and airborne applications, and image stabilization systems provides resolution to a nanometer 
 
How NASA's Webb Telescope Will Continue Spitzer's Legacy
"The diversity of atmospheres around terrestrial worlds is probably beyond our wildest imaginations. Getting any information about air on these planets is going to be very useful."
 
Boeing and DirecTV Are Scrambling to Move a Satellite Before it Explodes
Spaceway-1 suffered thermal damage to its batteries as the result of a “major anomaly” in December. Boeing did an evaluation that showed “a significant risk that these battery cells could burst”...
 
Global SATCOM Contract for $48 Million Awarded by DISA to Intelligent Waves
The contract — called Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services (EMSS) Global Logistical Services Management Contract (ELOG) — has a lifecycle value...
 
'Significant Risk' Boeing-Made Satellite Could Explode in Orbit
Washington: A Boeing-made satellite is in danger of exploding and needs to be moved away from an orbital zone occupied by other big communications satellites.
 
GHGSat to Offer Free Visualization of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
A service at no cost to those interested in visualizing greenhouse gas emissions will become a reality courtesy of Montreal-based GHGSat.
 
Boeing Exits DARPA Experimental Spaceplane Program
Boeing confirmed there decision by stating that the company would redirect their investment from XSP to other Boeing programs that span the sea, air ...
 
U.S. Space Development Agency Soliciting Pitches for Surveillance Satellite Constellation Builds
The SDA is responsible for unifying and integrating next-generation space capabilities to deliver the National Defense Space Architecture (NDSA), a...
 
Japan to Form Its Own Space Force
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said yesterday Japan will form a space defense unit to protect itself from potential threats as rivals develop missiles and other technology ...
 
PTC'20: Vision 2020 and Beyond Announces Awards
"...the PTC awards are exploding in terms of industry participation and it’s a pleasure to be able to recognize the brilliant work going on in the ICT industry, and particularly that..." 
 
Iran's Home-Made Satellite Zafar Ready for Launch
Zafar is a 90 kg remote-sensing satellite equipped with colour cameras and can be used for surveying oil reserves, mines, jungles and natural disasters ...
 
A Bridge to Somewhere ... Australian-UK Space Bridge Webinar
...influence an emerging mechanism that provides the framework for effective collaboration and co-development of the space industry between two nations; the UK and Australia.
 
TCarta Developing ICESat-2 Bathymetric Product
In 2018, NSF awarded TCarta a Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to commercialize new satellite-derived bathymetric ...