Weekly Top Stories
July 10th, 2017 July 16th, 2017
Kratos’ RT Logic's Study for DoD Defines Enhanced SATCOM Resiliency Concepts
When you need critical information for the U.S. government's Department of Defense, those that possess the expertise and information are sought...
DigitalGlobe Selects Space Systems Loral to Build Spacecraft for WorldView Legion's Constellation
SSL has entered into a firm-fixed price contract with DigitalGlobe to build the WorldView Legion satellites — the first of which is planned to launch in 2020...
China Plans for Sea Launches of Long March Rockets
Yagang stated that the technology is not difficult and a sea launch platform can be built based on modifying 10,000-ton freighters...
Orbital ATK Reveals Their New Gilbert, Arizona, Engineering Facility
The expansion of the company’s engineering operations adds 60,000 square feet to the site that includes...
LeoSat Says Hello to The Hague With a New Office
LeoSat’s new LEO satellite constellation will be closer to Earth than satellites in the GEO orbit and they will be interlinked via lasers...
Arycom Receives FCC Approval for SATCOM Services in U.S.
From U.S. base in Miami, the company has been selling SATCOM equipment, software and value added products to customers around the world.
Spot On! As Huge 75,000 Mile Wide Sunspot's Potential for Satellite Havoc
The sunspot, dubbed AR2665, is 74,560 miles (120,000 kilometres) wide – big enough to be seen from Earth.
RUAG Space's Encore as Second Facility Opens in Titusville, Florida
Work from the Titusville factory will include the manufacturing of satellite structures for global communications company, OneWeb.
Eutelsat America, Hunter Communications and Panasonic Aviation Corporation Create Canadian Inflight Connectivity
Panasonic Avionics has been using the North American beam of EUTELSAT 115 West B through the company's arrangement with Hunter to...