Weekly Top Stories
October 20th, 2014 October 26th, 2014
SatNews’ Space and Satellite Regulatory Colloquium Sees Success in D.C.
The third annual colloquium has brought together the likes of Inmarsat's Government Affairs' VP, Chris Murphy, and Echostar's Regulator Affairs VP, Jennifer Manner.
NASA's Webb's Critical Heart Monitoring...'Patient' Survives Coldest Place Ever On Earth
This is 260 degrees Fahrenheit colder than any place on the Earth’s surface has ever been.
Teal Group Analysts Forecast Defense Electronics Market Leaders...Including the Big three... For 2014-2023
This analysis determines that Lockheed Martin, among others, will dominate the market over the next decade.
Kacific to Bring Broadband to Kiribati's Most Remote Islands
The agreement comes just as the Pacific island nation plans to privatize its state-owned telecommunications service.
Boeing's X-37B Comes Home After A 674-Day Spatial Excursion
This landing of Boeing's X-37B concluded a 674-day experimental test mission for the U.S. Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office.
China's Wenchang Satellite Launch Center Now Complete... Next Step, Get A Rocket, A Satellite + Then Launch
[SatNews] As the new center faces the sea to the south and east, there is also no danger of debris from launch vehicles falling into residential areas.
AMSAT Wants You — Design The Next Generation of CubeSat Satellites
Ideas should be based on the CubeSat platform, the standard through which AMSAT will look for launches in the foreseeable future.
UPDATE: Russian Express-AM6 Satellite Is Off + Away Via A Proton-M
"With the new satellite in action, the overarching task of broadcasting nationwide television programs from Kaliningrad to Irkutsk will be addressed."
Improving Google Maps For Work Is Now Blue Water Satellite's Goal
"Working with Google improves the availability of this enhanced image data by making it more accessible through Google's popular mapping platform."