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Arianespace, ESA + CNES' VV04...Don't Break Out the Champagne...Yet
Additional flight trajectory analyses have impacted the original launch date.
 
WAAS Going On With Raytheon
"We will continue our partnership with the FAA to ensure continuous operations of the system going forward."
 
ScheduALL...Book Yourself...Connector Frees You Up + Eliminates Human Input + Errors 
...giving customers real-time access to their providers' resource inventories for self-provisioned bookings.
 

Harris Corporation Grabs Geospatial Contracts
The contracts are worth a potential $770 million and are intended to meet the needs of global military and intelligence operations.
 
Trimble is Nimble with Iridium®'s Network for M2M Connectivity in Europe + Elsewhere
 
"Their need for operational efficiencies has no boundaries."
 

SpaceQuest Signs with MISHAAL Aerospace...One Makes 'em the Other Launches 'em When They're Ready 
 ...the objective is to provide a turn-key, and cost-effective, approach to space access making it more common place and accessible.
 
Advantech Wireless Pumps Up Capacity to Meet Demands of GaN Amps and BUCs
Market response exceeded the production so they added additional manufacturing capacity...
 
Air Force Salutes Intelsat General...Awards Study of Using Commercial Resources for TT&C 
..."study to determine possible methods of transitioning this requirement to the commercial sector to achieve cost efficiencies in the new budgetary environment.”
 
From MARS To The ISS For Orbital's Cygnus On November 2nd...
Post-storm, all is OK for the tracking station in Bermuda for this upcoming launch...
 
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.
 
The Direct Storefront For DISA Debuts At The End Of The Month...
DDSF improves upon DISA Direct Order Entry by providing a request management capability that facilitates faster fulfillment and automated provisioning where possible.
 
Latitude Technologies is Popular with Fans in Florida ...  Takes Orders for FANS 1/A+ Satellite Data Unit
...business and commercial jet operators looking for a lightweight, multi-function, cost affordable datalink device to complete their FANS 1/A+ installation.
 
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.
 
FlightAware Flies High With Capabilities ...Includes Tracking Flights Without Flight Plans 
...additional foreign and worldwide data sources, and the ability to track flights without available flight plans, in the U.S. and abroad. 
 
IRG Builds Strong STEMs.. Teaches + Learns From Kids
...to  impassion youngsters about the work... who are unaware of the wealth of opportunities within the satellite industry
 
SkyVision’s Hybrid Satellite + Terrestrial Network Solutions Nominated For AfricaCom 2014 Awards
This communications provider is nominated for Best Connectivity Solutions for Africa and the Changing Lives Award, among others...
 
China's Wenchang Satellite Launch Center Now Complete... Next Step, Get A Rocket, A Satellite + Then Launch 
[SatNews] As the new center faces the sea to the south and east, there is also no danger of debris from launch vehicles falling into residential areas.
 
Engineering + Risk Assessment Reviews Completed By Shield Aviation For UAS
"The granting of the IFC for the ARES UAS is an extremely important milestone as it recognizes its airworthiness and safety of flight for ARES UAS."
 
Satellite Industry Association Media Statement ...Satellites Are Fundamental In Telecommunications Infrastructure
...are the result of substantial resources being expended on research, development and planning, and SIA is concerned about the impact of the FCC’s proposals on these services.