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September 19th, 2019
 
 
Leadership Changes at Northrop Grumman Better Aligns Businesses to Their Broad Portfolio
This new operating structure allows the company to take full advantage of the firm's company’s portfolio by aligning businesses that have shared...
 
ManSat Group Celebrates the Isle of Man Students Who Attended United Space School
The students were selected as the recipients of scholarships sponsored by the ManSat Group, and they spent two weeks in Houston, where they...
 
Forrester Reports: DISH to Merge with DirecTV?
Numerous reports suggest that with DirecTV hemorrhaging subscribers since its AT&T take-over, a disposal by AT&T with DISH Network being the...
 
Australian Government Grants Major Project Status to Southern Launch
Southern Launch is aiming for its Whalers Way Orbital Launch Complex “to get off the ground in 2020.”
 
Four Hyperspectral Satellites Launched by China
The hyperspectral satellites OHS-01, 02, 03, and 04 will be able to complete a full scan of the planet's land surface every five days, while...
 
Thales Alenia Space Appoints a New Director
He has been appointed Director Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Innovation and New Business Initiatives...
 
Satellite Innovation 2019 — Reasons to Attend
There is little that is more valuable than time – Industry events that maximize an individual's knowledge of the market and help to expand a...
 
USAF Selects Ball Aerospace and Microsoft for LEO Constellation Cloud Processing Demo
The demonstration will show how simultaneous, worldwide data streams from large, distributed constellations of smallsats can be processed quickly...
 
DISA Celebrates U.S. Air Force’s 72nd Birthday
The event, themed “Frontiers of Blue, This is 72,” featured guest speaker, U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Jack Shanahan, director of Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC)...