Weekly Top Stories
October 5th, 2015 October 11th, 2015
NASA's Big Plans For Small Satellites Push Boundaries Of Space-To-Earth... Testing Laser Communications, Formation Flying
“Laser communications is very important, not just for NASA but for other U.S. government agencies as well,”
SatNews Recognizes An Evolution In The Satellite Industry + Proactively Creates An Event ...SmallSat Symposium
Today we can no longer call the small satellite market small.
The First Two Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) Are Declared Operational By U.S.A.F.
"We're extremely honored to declare IOC for the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program," said Lt. Col. Casey Beard, Commander, 1 SOPS.
Spaceflight's Falcon 9 To Transport Israel's SpaceIL Winners Of Google's Lunar XPRIZE ...'Ticket' To The Moon
...announced a significant milestone in its race to the moon: securing a “ticket to the moon” on a SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher,
Comtech EF Data's New Position, VP Of Market Development, Goes To A Mobile Backhaul Veteran
Swardh will lead Comtech EF Data’s market development, business development and product marketing functions for the 2G/3G/LTE mobile backhaul market.
NASA Launch Competition To Include A Water-Propelled Satellite Designed By Cornell Students
“I think we have a unique solution here."—Professor Mason Peck.
Northrop Grumman's New Intelligent Appointment...VP Operations For Intelligence, Surveillance + Reconnaissance Division
"His broad range of military experience, including his work on various space and satellite systems, as well as his effective skills in relationship management...
A Poor Harvest For Satellite Manufacturers, An NSR Examination
Space is a high CAPEX market, making it sensitive to any threat against return on investment.
NRO Payload + 13 CubeSats Make For Obit After Liftoff Via ULA Atlas V With Orbital ATK Contributions
This is ULA’s 10th launch in 2015 and the 101st successful launch since the company was formed in December 2006.