Recent North America News
UPLINK: Innovation from Glowlink
Even with planning perfect to the 99 percent ...we’ve learned that 1 percent is the difference between mission success and mission failure.
Boeing Lands Millennium Space Systems and Expands Their Satellite and Space Portfolio
The acquisition, which is subject to customary conditions, is expected to close by the end of third quarter 2018, when Millennium Space Systems becomes...
U.S. State Department Expresses Concern Over Inconsistent Behavior of Russian Satellite
there is no way to verify it. But Russian intentions with respect to this satellite are unclear and are obviously a very troubling development.
Frontier Aerospace Selected by NASA for Deep Space Engine Flight Qualification
The DSE engine will enable the design of smaller and less expensive propulsion systems for spacecraft as a result of the lower temperature...
HawkEye 360 Does a 180 With Ample Funding for a Satellite Cluster and More
have secured additional capital commitments to fund their first commercial cluster that will augment their PathFinder Cluster scheduled for launch later...
Maxar’s SSL to Define Next Generation Secure MILSATCOM for the U.S. Air Force
SSL will develop, test and analyze antenna subsystem prototypes through a contract with the Space Enterprise Consortium, managed by Advanced Technology International...
SPARC Research, ANSYS and F1 Computer Solutions Take Simulation to a New Level
there are entrepreneurs with incredible technology ideas that can make the future a better place...it's thrilling to have game-changing startups like SPARC
Berg Insight Reports Installed Base of Fleet Management Systems in the Americas to Reach 22 Million by 2022
The top-25 vendors in the Americas together have a combined installed base of more than 7 million active units in the region today.
EXOS Aerospace SARGE Launch Scheduled
EXOS has completed the design, build, and test of their latest platform, completed fully integrated hover testing, received their Launch License, and ...
ViaLite Presents a New Product, and Participates with the RFoF Product Family at Three International Trade Shows
ViaLite will be featuring their state-of-the-art RF over fiber products at three different trade events this fall including the Satellite Innovation Symposium.
UrtheCast to Farm More Data Through Acquisition of Geosys Technology
This landmark deal is expected to bring value to agribusinesses worldwide through the enhanced relationship between imagery data and geoanalytical solutions...
Engility Ensures NASA's Parker Solar Probe Mission Succeeds Even Under Adverse Conditions
It's exciting to contribute to a mission that could solve some of the biggest mysteries about the physics of our solar system.
ASTERIA's Successful Mission ... to Win Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award
designed to test miniaturized technology for measuring the brightness of stars, to stabilize the spacecraft so that it can point itself directly at a star ...
Comtech EF Data's and U.S. Navy's Multi-Million Dollar Order for Next Generation Satellite Earth Station Equipment
The commercially available modems will support satellite communications and interoperability across the Navy’s platforms and shore sites.
Sierra Nevada Corporation's Hardware is Critical for Mission to the Sun NASA’s Parker Solar Probe
Space weather can have negative impacts on satellites, harm humans in space and affect power systems and communications on Earth.
UTIAS-SFL Students Win Significant Awards for their Technical Papers
Robert Magner won first place and a $10,000 check for his paper entitled, “Extending Target Tracking Capabilities through Trajectory and Momentum Setpoint Optimization.” Placing second...
Satellite Innovation — THE Meeting Place for Satellite Executives and Professionals
New for 2018 — Satellite Innovation will host brief, intensive updates on important new and advanced technologies. These concise presentations...
China's 'Satellite Savior' Spacecraft Said to Salvage Falling Satellites
provide attitude control assistance and push the device back into its proper trajectory, giving it about a decade of additional service life.
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Provides the Eyes of NASA's Parker Solar Probe with a WISPR
"Space weather is important for civilians, the Navy and all militaries. We need it and depend on it.”
The U.S. Army's Contract for $522 Million GATRs or the Military Procures Inflatable Satellite Antennas
antenna system has become the Warfighter's choice, for ground use in military situations in remote areas, quick deploys, or in harsh weather