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October 22nd, 2019
Why Russia's New Anti-Satellite Plane Is Very Bad Idea
Attacking satellites could cause a nuclear war.
USAF Declares the Enhanced Polar System Operational and is Handed Over to the 4th Space Operations Squadron
During the MOT&E, a number of criteria and metrics were evaluated including overall system performance. Once the evaluation was completed...
BBC Studios Renews Capacity Agreement to Distribute Channels Using MEASAT Satellite Systems and Globecast  
MEASAT-3 is collocated with the MEASAT-3a and MEASAT-3b satellites at Asia’s prime video hot slot of 91.5 degrees E. The three satellites form the ....
Whatever Floats Your Boat ... Digital Video Systems Launches CRUISESAT on Four Royal Caribbean Ships
direct-to-ship delivery of CRUISESAT to Royal Caribbean International provides an elevated linear television sports and entertainment experience for 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Jettison Motor Successfully Tested for NASA's Orion Spacecraft
During the third and final hot fire test, the jettison motor was fired for under two seconds in ambient temperatures to produce more than 40,000 pounds...
Power to Advantech Wireless Technologies' New line of Solid State Power Amplifiers and Block Up Converters 
The compaq size, light weight and superior phase noise make these units extremely versatile and able to deliver a state-of-the-art solution for multiple applications.
Standing Up to the Stress to Solve Mysteries of the World ... NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Achieves Milestone
During these tests, Webb’s five-layer sunshield was released and tensioned, allowing a never-before seen view of the observatory.
Seraphim Capital's Space Camp in Mission 4 Names Seven New Startups
Launched by Seraphim Capital in 2018, Seraphim Space Camp is a nine-week program, culminating in an Investor Day. The first three cohorts...
Spaceflight to Launch 14 Spacecraft for Four Companies in Two Months from India's PSLV
The rideshare service provider will launch 14 customer satellites from four different organizations on the next three launches
Australian Space Industry Lands in DC with Strong IAC Presence
The IAC brings together more than 6000 key space players, scientists, researchers, engineers, agencies, businesses, students and astronauts, to 
USAF's GPS III Ground System Ops Contingency Program Nearing Operational Acceptance
The COps system will allow the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to operationally command and control the new, more powerful GPS III satellites as well as...