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July 8th, 2019 — July 14th, 2019
 
The Second Lockheed Martin-Built GPS III Satellite is Now Ready for a July 25 Liftoff
In the coming days, the enclosed GPS III SV02 satellite will be mounted to a ULA Delta IV rocket for launch. The current window for launch on July 25...
 
Blue Canyon Technologies' Smallsats Support Two NASA Ames/MIT CLICK Flight Demo Missions
The new communication capabilities demonstrated by CLICK will enable new classes of smallsat missions, such as swarms for remote sensing or...
 
China Planning to Launch an EO Constellation
China Central Television, a state broadcaster, revealed that the AI-controlled constellation is set to be realized by 2021. A total of 192...
 
Space Norway, Kongsberg Satellite Services and Northrop Grumman Combine Forces for Two HEO Satellites for Arctic Coverage
This limited liability company is owned by the Norwegian government and has established a new subsidiary company — Space Norway HEOSAT AS...
 
UPDATE: Arianespace Flight VV15 Launch is Delayed Again
With high-altitude winds above the Spaceport in French Guiana remaining unfavorable, Arianespace has taken the decision not to attempt a launch of...
 
U.S. Air Force Pitch Day Upcoming in Early November
The Air Force Pitch Day is modeled after commercial investment pitch competitions to deliver a faster, smarter approach to compete for ideas in...
 
Ball Aerospace Sees Green in the Sky ... Successful Small Sat On-Orbit Testing of Green Fuel
The propellant, called AF-M315E, is a Hydroxyl Ammonium Nitrate fuel and oxidizer monopropellant developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory. 
 
Europe is Designing Satellites that 'Surf' their Way Past Space Debris
The very existence of the more than 900,000 pieces of debris larger than 1 centimeter in size ...  poses a serious threat to the sustainability of space activities.
 
NSLSat-1 is Launched to Orbit by a Soyuz-2.1b from Vostochny With New Cloth High Speed Antenna
The company is pioneering privately-backed spaceflight and has designed fabric-like, flexible dish antennas that expand in space to offer high-throughput...
 
Arianespace's Fatal Anomaly ... Ends Vega Liftoff of FalconEye1
Data analyses are in progress to clarify the reasons for this failure. An independent inquiry commission will be established during the coming hours...