Weekly Top Stories
August 22nd, 2016 August 28th, 2016
Aerojet Rocketdyne Puts The Pedal To The Metal For NASA...Tests Engine That Will Go To Mars
“As a nation of explorers, we constantly look beyond the horizon, and Mars is the most logical place for humanity to expand our knowledge of the solar system."
USAF's New Warfare ...Satellites Instead Of Bombers Or Fighters
Burt said the Air Force is shifting to a new style of warfare that will integrate the service's entire arsenal, including space systems and computer attacks.
Facebook Satellite Launch Set For September Third
Facebook is a major client for this upcoming AMOS-6 satellite and has capacity booked through Eutelsat of Paris.
Statement From ULA... Delta IV Tears Through The Midnight Sky And Launches Strategic Command Satellites
Night launches are beautiful when all goes well, and all went well for the AFSPC-6 mission tonight.
ISRO To Launch Four Sats in Three Months And Plans To Go To The Moon And The Sun
The Indian Space Research Organization has ambitious goals with the launching of four key satellites and trips to the moon and the sun.
Turkey Steps Up To Step Into Satellite Production
Transportation, Maritime and Communication Minister Ahmet Arslan said Türksat is one of the world's top 20 satellite operators and their goal is to become one of the world's top-10 countries with 10 satellites by 2023.
SPAWAR Turns To ViaSat To 'Pump Them Up'... US Navy's UHF Satellite Communications Network
... maintaining the long-term viability of proven UHF systems; ensuring Navy warfighters have ongoing support and access to proven communications technology when in the battlespace.
AMOS By Spacecom Heading To Chinese Ownership
The deal is the latest in a string of Chinese acquisitions in Israel.