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November 21st, 2016 — November 27th, 2016
 
Alive, Alive Oh! A Satellite Seemingly Lost In 1967 Comes Online Into The Light, Again
All was well and good until 1967 when communications were lost with this American-made satellite, seemingly 'dead'—until recently when—surprise surprise—it appeared again.
 
ViaSat Launches US$500 Million And Equity Raise Ahead Of Next Gen Ramp-Up
ViaSat’s stock surged last week on news of a major airline inflight connectivity customer and strong quarterly results.
 
Euroconsult's Latest Report Great News For Maritime Satellite Communications
The slowdown in the oil industry has negatively affected the maritime sector  but there is still a demand for maritime sat communications due to...
 
Marlink Acquires Telemar.... Whatever Floats Your Boat A New Maritime Communications Services Group 
Keeping cost down but crew and clients happy with better moral. A number of companies tend to these needs. One such company got bigger with an acquisition.
 
SWOT's Up With NASA & SpaceX?
Designed to make the first-ever global survey of Earth’s surface water...
 
DataPath Enlists A Military Vet As Senior Vice President Of US Government Sales
Chief of the Satellite Acquisition Branch for the DoD Space Test Program, Senior Launch Crew for the 30th Space Wing, and Director of ...
 
Arianespace...May Be End Of Year But No Slow Down In Heavy Lifting...Two Sats Set To Fly
Star One D1 is the largest satellite ever built for Brazil’s Embratel Star One
 
The Early Birds Obtain The Discount — SmallSat Symposium 2017, Silicon Valley
The countdown has started for the early bird registration discounts for the SmallSat Symposium 2017, Silicon Valley, in session in February of next year.
 
Blue Canyon Technologies Is Cool As A Cube As They Launch RAVAN The First 3U CubeSat Into LEO
It's big because it's a first, but it's small—what got launched—so it's a Big deal about a Small object.
 
Update: ULA's Statement...NOAA's GOES-R Goes Up... Weathers The Launch
GOES-R will produce images of weather patterns and severe storms as frequently as every 30 seconds