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October 13th, 2014 — October 19th, 2014
One Day—Five Experts Scrutinize The Law + The Regulations That Impact SATCOM
Next week, in Washington DC, this informative annual event for lawyers, regulators, policy deciders and corporate legal departments, presents...
UPDATES Ariane 5 Lifts Off With Intelsat 30 and ARSAT-1 Brings DIRECTV + Space Communications to Argentina
The launch is now underway following Ariane 5’s liftoff from the Spaceport in French Guiana, burning 5 tons of fuel per second.
Sierra Nevada Corporation Selected By DoD For STPSat-5 Build
"The Space Test Program has a rich history of providing support to continue our Nation’s leadership in delivering enhanced space capability to protect our military men and women..."
Russia To Build Space-Based Ballistic Missile Warning System
"...we will be able to detect sea and ground launches of various types of ballistic missiles..."
Severe Storms Early Warning Instrument For GOES-R Delivered By Lockheed Martin
“GLM will have the potential to save lives by using lightning as a reliable indicator of severe weather, like tornadoes."
Harris CapRock Communications RESOLVEs + Reduces Potential For Those Pesky Network Outages
[SatNews] ...accelerates the resolution of incidents by automating repetitive diagnostic tasks while reducing the number of incidents that require hands-on support.
MEASAT Promotes A Vice President To Chief Commercial Officer
[SatNews] Taking another step upward...
Myanmar Satellite Forum's First ...Forward In Plans For Satellite Sovereignty
[SatNews] ...will be the first opportunity for the satellite sector to present itself in force to the Myanmar telecoms industry.
Tempus Global Data Establishes Science Advisory Council That Will Create A Real 3D STORM
[SatNews] ...become the first commercial entity to sell hyperspectral weather data to government and commercial enterprises. 
Sensor Payloads To Be Developed By Northrop Grumman For SBIRS #5 and #6
"We are committed to reducing cost and payload development cycle times, while still providing exceptional data to our military and intelligence stake holders."