Weekly Top Stories
July 20th, 2015 July 26th, 2015
U.S.A.F.'s Super Sensitive SBIRS GEO-3 Satellite In Storage @ Lockheed Martin
The scanning sensor provides continuous observation and surveillance for intercontinental ballistic missile launch detection.
ULA + Ball Aerospace & Technologies BIRST w/Pride As Interns Observe The Largest Rocket To Launch From Colorado Soar
...designed to simulate a real-life launch campaign and inspire students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
NASA Tests Most Powerful Rocket Ever Built ... To Take Humans Deeper In Space Than Ever Before
The SLS is being developed to carry humans deeper into space than ever before, to such destinations as an asteroid and Mars.
SpaceX Offers This Update On Their CRS-7 Anomaly Investigation
Our investigation is ongoing until we exonerate all other aspects of the vehicle, but at this time, we expect to return to flight this fall and fly all the customers we intended to fly in 2015 by end of year.
This NOAA Sensor GOES For Hospitalization + Receives A Clean Bill Of Health
The first satellite in the GOES-R series is scheduled for launch in 2016.
Harris' Falcons Fly To Central Asia... $21Million Worth Of Secure Broadband COMs
The newest generation of the RF-7800W brings added capabilities, including increased throughput up to 428 Mbps.
Boeing Proves The Power Of Military Ka-Band Services Through Inmarsat-5 F2 Satellite + Demos Digital GPS Signals
“These tests show users how they can seamlessly switch in the field between Inmarsat Global Xpress and WGS signals.”—Jim Mitchell, V.P., Boeing Commercial Satellite Services (BCSS).
Deimos Satellites Acquisition A Real Boost To UrtheCast's EO Biz
"By acquiring the entire satellite operations, two satellites and two ground stations, we've created another substantial revenue stream for the Company."—Scott Larson, Co-founder + CEO, UrtheCast.