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Astranis, an Internet Startup, to Bring Service to 20 Percent of Underserved Alaskans
According to the company, its contract with Astranis will bring in “tens of millions of dollars” in revenue. Additionally, there’s a revenue-sharing 
DIA Examines China's Core Capabilities in Their China Military Power Report
This DIA’s series of Military Power reports provides details of China’s defense and military goals, strategy, plans, and intentions. It examines ...
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies' Final Report Detailing Veil of Secrecy About Uranium Production
the technologies and tools used to detect and evaluate uranium production, which is "the secretive first step toward a nuclear fuel cycle capability."
Konnect Africa to Bridge the Ivorian Territory with High-Speed Satellite Internet Access
to bridge the digital divide in Côte d'Ivoire with its broadband Internet particularly outside major cities, where no reliable broadband solution is available.
Swedish National Defense Agency Issues a Warning Regarding a Chinese Ground Station
The Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), under the Swedish Ministry of Defence, on Sunday told broadcaster SVT that the nominally civilian...
Australia Hosts 'Space City' and Welcomes Talent from Around the World 
“grow the Australian space industry,” including $26 million to help launch the agency which will “coordinate domestic space activities for Australia”.
RigNet Keeps 'em Completely Connected with CompleteConnect Intelligent Remote LTE Services
CompleteConnect automatically switches between LTE providers and LTE and VSAT to give users the most extensive and reliable coverage.
No More What’s NEXT After Successful Launch of Iridium®'s NEXT Satellites by SpaceX's Falcon 9
Iridium is the only satellite communications network that spans the entire globe, and Iridium NEXT is one of the largest "tech upgrades" in space history.
Thales Alenia Space Sees Green ... Selected for ESA's 150 Million Euros FLEX Mission to Map Earth's Vegetation
The sensor identifies the faint reddish glow emitted during photosynthesis, invisible to the naked eye, and identifies the fluorescence of vegetation ...
Fait Accompli and Adieu! As the Last Batch of Iridium® NEXT Satellites are Launched 
the first time an operator and a manufacturer have worked together replacing a constellation of 66 satellites, one-by-one, with no user service interruption 
Iran Says Its Rockets will Send Two Satellites into Orbit, Despite U.S. Concerns
Iran’s plans for sending satellites into orbit defies a resolution that Iran takes no action related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons.
NASA Reports a Wide Field Camera 3 Anomaly on Hubble Space Telescope
The super star is ten times more massive than the Sun and 200 times larger.
ResearchAndMarkets.com's Small-Satellite Launch Services Market - Forecast to 2030 ... Provides Updates
Many incumbent and new players have sensed the upcoming small satellite demand and have started planning for providing dedicated services and ...
India Delays GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation System to June 2020
GAGAN is a satellite based augmentation system that allows aircraft to fly non-precision approaches without vertical guidance within Indian airspace.
NASA's Expedition 58 Crew Pack the Returning SpaceX Dragon Cargo Craft with Science Experiments and Hardware 
Ready to head home to Earth the Expedition 58 crew busily packed the SpaceX Dragon with science experiments and hardware.
An FCC STA License is Received by Akash Systems for Satellite Launch
The GaN-on-Diamond technology will be integrated into a Ka-band (17.2 to 20.2 GHz) 3U radio transmitter and launched in a 12U CubeSat allowing for ...
China Reports Giant Laser Weapons that Could Cripple U.S. Satellites and Blind Their Fleet if a World War III 
Multiple Pentagon and intelligence reports warn about the potential of these weapons, and according to some sources, they are already here.
Maxar Technologies Reports Total Failure of WorldView-4 Imaging Satellite ... Out of Control Gyros
Reports regarding the attempts being made to restore satellite functionality reveal that all of these efforts have been unsuccessful.
RigNet Names a Retired Admiral as New Senior V.P. of Government Services
After retiring from the Navy, he was named Chief of the Federal Communications Commission’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau. 
IMT Vislink's $900,000 Contract from the U.S. Air Force will Supply Airborne Video Downlink, Transmit and Receive Systems
transmit and receive systems, ground-based units to display real-time video imagery from aerial assets, related component and accessories, and training ...