Weekly Top Stories
November 16th, 2015 November 22nd, 2015
United Launch Alliance No Longer A Contender For GPS III Satellite Launches
ULA does not currently have any Atlas engines available to bid and therefore is unable to submit a timely proposal.
James Webb Space Telescope Resembles Origami... In An Ariane 5 Rocket
"We deploy the wings one at a time. Each individual deployment can take up to 16 hours or more to complete."
NASA Kennedy Space Center + ViaSat Engineers Restoring SLS Tracking Antenna
The S-band portion of the microwave spectrum combines command, voice and television signals though a single antenna.
Australian Roadshow A Continuing Success for Inmarsat, Applied Satellite Technology Solutions + Pacific Data Systems
The talks include specialists from Inmarsat, Cobham (one of their key hardware manufacturers) and Australian-based SCADA specialists Pacific Data Systems (PDS).
Bombardier, Inmarsat + Honeywell Combine Forces To Deliver Airborne Wi-Fi
Bombardier is the first business aircraft manufacturer to make ultra-high-speed Wi-Fi services available in-flight globally and the first to offer performance commitments for network availability and speed.
SSPI's Winners Of Better Satellite World Awards ... Make This World A Much Better Place
...honor established companies and disruptive innovators for making our world a more prosperous, healthier, better-educated, more sustainable and inclusive home for all humankind.
ABS Fleet Is Going Mobile
The new mobile application features ABS satellite fleet, services, ground infrastructure, company information and an augmented reality sat-finder.
A GVF HTS Agenda Of Major Importance Set For London This December
The 2015 London program has, as of the date of this release, attracted confirmed registrations from almost 60 organizations.
Dialog Between Newtec + Liquid Telecom Will Result In African VSAT Services
Liquid Telecom will use the Newtec Dialog platform to expand its service portfolio towards new markets.
Prevent Further Wireless Interference—Global Organizations Call Upon Governments To Safeguard Satellite Spectrum
The unprecedented demonstration of support for satellite spectrum was made during a series of briefings held at the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU’s) World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC).