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September 29th, 2014
Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems...A Big Deal About A Small Satellite...NASA Nods Approval
[SatNews] "We are grateful for the support and trust that NASA has given us throughout the project’s development."
Airbus Defence & Space's Satellite + Maritime SATCOM Biz, As Well as Marlink, Go On Sale...
[SatNews]...This decision has been taken as a result was described as the "next logical step" following a 2013 meeting... 
Russia's Proton-M Launches Luch + Successfully Separates
[SatNews] It was this years’ fifth launch with use of the Proton carrier and the first launch after the accident...
Rumors Of A Sea Launch Sale To Israel Are Refuted
[SatNews] There is no plan to sell, however there is "cooperation in the sphere of launching spacecraft."
Exelis' Has FAA Smiling... Service Delivery On Budget + On Schedule + Fewer Accidents
[SatNews] Decrease in accident rate of over 35 percent for ADS-B-equipped aircraft over non-equipped aircraft in Alaska.
NOAA's Suomi NPP Details Eruptions
[SatNews] A joint NOAA/NASA satellite is one of several satellites providing valuable...
Telenor Group Initiates Myanmar/Burma Customer Connectivity
[SatNews] Approximately nine million people live in the three main cities, within weeks services will be available...
NASA Extends Resupply RFPs...More Deliveries To ISS Helps Prep For Mars Journey
[SatNews] “To push beyond low-Earth orbit and on to Mars, we rely on American industry to ...”
Concerned Scientists Publish An Update To Satellite Database
[SatNews] ...their intent in producing the database is to create a research tool for specialists and non-specialists ...
National Geographic + CASIS Improve Their Image... Develop A Suite Solution On Board The ISS
[SatNews]  ...has a global reach of more than 600 million people a month through its various media platforms, products and events.
Comtech Xicom Technology Showcase @ MILCOM 2014
[SatNews] ...and the new products provide an increase in linear power, in small packages, all with greater efficiency.