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C-Band Alliance's Intelsat, SES and Telesat React to FCC's C-Band Decision
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai stated the best way to advance the freeing up of significant 5G spectrum and to generate revenues for the federal...
 
Tyvak Lands NASA Contract
The company intends to provide end-to-end commercial payload delivery solutions spanning payload integration, launch services and operations to...
 
Satellites Show Promise as Tool for Monitoring Crop Development
research involves using sensors to identify desirable physical/agronomic traits of growing plants for the purpose of selecting the right varieties for cultivation.
 
U.S. Air Force Contracts with Roccor ... Antennas for Space Mission
the antenna will fly on a mission “intended to enhance warfighters’ situational awareness by extending the range of Link 16 tactical communications ..."
 
Sorry, rocket fans — Vandenberg won’t launch an Argentine satellite next year. Here’s why
The popular story is that the United States avoids launching polar orbits from Florida after debris from a failed 1960 Thor rocket fell on Cuba, killing a cow.
 
EUMETSAT's Exciting Next-Generation Meteorological Satellite Systems
These satellite systems will ...bring more benefits to citizens ... helping to save lives, property and industries and bringing about a positive economic impact.
 
NRO's Smallsats Launched
Led by NRO’s Advanced Systems and Technology (AS&T) directorate, the two cubesats are part of the NRO’s IMPACT project – an R&D effort to...
 
GomSpace's Didymoon Objective
Travel to the Didymos binary asteroid system is the goal. Juventas is a 6U cubesat that contains a low frequency radar as the primary payload and...
 
Building a Dozen ... NanoAvionics Builds Nano-satellites for aLeMPSat Research Mission
the Plasma Source and Application Center and CaLeMPSat will test miniature Hall effect thrusters that operate at power classes never before achieved.
 
Viasat's Multi-Mission Terminal Begins Certification for the UK MoD's Skynet SATCOM X-Band System
Viasat’s MMT, being a tri-band, multi-network software-defined solution, delivers high-quality IP-based voice, video and data networking across ...
 
India and Japan to Explore Moon's Dark Side
The Japanese agency said the mission would last about six months and target a constantly sunlit region near the moon's South Pole.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA Demos Advanced Electric Propulsion System Thruster at Full Power 
Aerojet Rocketdyne-developed AEPS thrusters are slated to be used on the Power and Propulsion Element of NASA’s Gateway, the agency’s orbiting...
 
Kepler's World's First High-Bandwidth Satellite for Scientists Adrift on an Arctic Ice Sheet 
hundreds of scientists and operations crew will remain locked into the Arctic ice sheet ... The team will spend the next 12 months drifting
 
James Webb Telescope Being Prepped for Milestone Liftoff by Arianespace
The JWST will solve mysteries of the solar system, look for distant worlds, and probe the mysterious structures and origins of the universe. It is an ...
 
The Newest Space ISAC Founding Member is... Lockheed Martin
The Space ISAC is the only space-dedicated ISAC and is made possible through the investment by its board and founding members. Lockheed Martin...
 
France, Israel, Japan, Russia, and the U.S. Vie to Supply High-Res Earth Observation Satellites to Vietnam
The Vietnamese government has reportedly allocated a budget of U.S.$1 billion over the next few years for the Earth observation programme.
 
Thumbs Up for ViaLite ... According to World Teleport Association Selected by Eight Out of Ten Teleport Operators 
Report cards are a way of tracking a student's progress in school, and likewise corporations also track clients to assess their opinions of various 
 
BIRDS, Geeks and the UK Receive SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards
this year's SSPI's Better Satellite World Awards are a young and lively group with interesting names as well ... BIRDS, Geeks, and the UK.
 
'To Do List' as Cygnus Spacecraft Sails to Space Station with a Multitude of Experiments
Each resupply mission delivers scientific investigations in the areas of biology and biotechnology, Earth and space sciences, physical sciences, and ...
 
By the Close of 2022, Satellite Payloads Could Garner $14.8 Billion in Revenues Across the Globe
According to research, the global market for satellite payloads will have registered modest CAGR and procured a little over $14.8 billion in revenues...