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L3 Space & Sensors' Celebration of NASA Space Launch System Team and Astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore 
celebrate L3’s contributions to NASA’s and Orbital ATK’s efforts on the Space Launch System that will send astronauts into deep space and later on Mars. 
Raytheon Technology in Support of NOAA's JPSS-1 Satellite
JPSS CGS, a global system of ground antennas and high-performance computers, provides the mission planning and command and control once...
UK Hopes to Build Spaceport and to Welcome U.S. Launches
that means making sure US technology matches UK safety and environmental standards, while also reassuring the Americans that ... 
Satellite Imagery Aids Rescue Efforts for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria
Remotely sensed imagery was provided — at no cost and almost daily — through the USGS Hazard Data Distribution System (HDDS) for analysis on...
Giving the DoD's DIUx Program the EO Benefits of ICEYE
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) launched DIUx in 2015 to build a bridge between commercial technological innovation and national security...
Statements from ULA and NASA as They Finally Launch NOAA's JPSS-1... Forever Changing Weather Forecasts 
provide information about atmospheric temperature and moisture, clouds, sea surface temperature, ocean color, sea ice cover, volcanic ash, and fire ... 
ISRO's Lesson from Last Mission Failure Results in "Increased Robustness of Next Rocket"
While the study as to the cause of failure of the earlier rocket is on, we have increased the robustness of the next rocket,
AMSAT and Vanderbilt University Track the Launch of a Fox ... a Small Sat as It Comes Alive
The Vanderbilt package is intended to measure the effects of radiation on electronic components, including ...
Ready, Set, Go ... Almost as Ukraine Plans First Satellite Launch
"We expect that we would be able to complete all the works necessary for Ukraine to finally get its own communication satellite in the orbit in ...
SpaceX Calls for Delay in Launch of Mysterious Zuma Spacecraft
SpaceX’s official mission overview for this one basically doesn’t even mention the Zuma...
Airbus' Weather Satellites Have Come a Long Way in 40 Years ... Major Improvements in Upcoming Met-Ops
The six-day weather forecasts made today are as accurate as 24-hour ones of forty years ago.
Canada's Serendipitous Spaceport's Goals are On Track
In addition to being on track with development plans, Matier says MLS has been pleasantly surprised by a couple of “serendipitous” developments.
Satellite Industry Association Commends New FCC Spectrum Rules
The organization is initially pleased and commends the FCC’s for addressing some of the significant concerns of the satellite industry by...
NASA Selects SSL in Consideration to Go Deep ... to the Moon and Deeper Into Space
The gateway will be a human crew-tended spaceport in lunar orbit that functions as an access point to the Moon and deep space
Ocean Signal's Rapid Response Saved Lives 25 Minutes from 'In the Drink' to Sipping a Warm Drink
‘Within 25 minutes of the EPIRB being set off, we were in the airbase taking a shower’ – sailor Edward Harwood
MENA’s Satellite Pay TV Market is Projected to Pass 10 Million Subscriptions by 2021
The report also provides historical KPI’s for Abu Dhabi Sports before exiting the market.
USGS-NASA Pecora Award Recognizes Excellence in Earth Observation
The award has been presented annually since 1974 and honors the memory of William T. Pecora, Ph.D., former director of the USGS and...
Beijing and Taipei 'Join Hands' to Team Up in Space to Track Earthquakes
Beijing and Taipei will join hands in space to monitor the electromagnetic signals that can precede earthquakes
A Tango in Microgravity at ISS is a First for Thales Alenia Space's Enhanced Cygnus Spacecraft 
It will be unloaded and used for the first time as an extension of the orbiting laboratory for an experiment featuring the SpaceTango facility ...
USGS' Surprising Results of Worldwide Croplands, Nation with Highest Cropland is Not What was Expected
“Given the high resolution of 30 meters and 0.09 hectares per pixel, a big advantage is the ability to see croplands in any country and sub-national ... "