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Blue Canyon Technnologies' Bus Supports the Recently Launched Harris HSAT Smallsat
BCT’s 6U spacecraft bus is a state-of-the-art, high-performance smallsat platform that maximizes available payload volume...
 
Harris Makes a Big $125 Million Commitment to Florida with Plans for R&D 
The company pays an average salary of $95,000 in Florida and has about 375 openings in the state, primarily in engineering.
 
RigNet Passes the Popcorn as They Keep Remote Crews Entertained with CrewFlix™ 
This is further supported by the 714 percent growth in usage of RigNet’s CrewHotspot™ service between ...
 
NSR's Alan Crisp Offers His Perspective in 'Land Mobile Via Satellite, 6th Edition' 
Flat panel antennas driving vehicle connectivity contribute to this rapid growth of equipment revenues, and new form factors and products hitting...
 
Critical Comms for Nevada to be Delivered by Harris for $180 Million Contract
Harris will provide an end-to-end 126-site multicast/simulcast system, including a Voice, Interoperability, Data and Access (VIDA®) converged...
 
NASA's OSIRIS-REx Discovers Water on Asteroid Bennu
the finding does indicate that liquid water was present at some time on Bennu’s parent body, a much larger asteroid.
 
a.i. Solutions Awarded by NASA as Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year
This award recognizes the high quality of the company’s ongoing work at KSC, where a.i. solutions’ engineers and technicians provide support to...
 
Vespucci, Lockheed Martin's First GPS III Satellite for the U.S.A.F. is Encapsulated into the SpaceX Payload Fairing
Encapsulation of the satellite within its payload fairing serves to protect it against the impact of dynamic pressure and aerodynamic heating during its...
 
NanoRacks Delivers Smallsats, Research and Medical Science to the ISS
Since Dragon arrived on Saturday, December 8, the NanoRacks Operations Team has been working around the clock to run customer payloads with the astronaut...
 
Kratos Celebrates Their First Year of Constellations Podcasts, and Asks "How Are We Doing?"
Including Constellation special event podcasts, more than 40 episodes were produced in the past year. Constellations brings together key space ...
 
Milestone Reached by Viasat — 1K Aircraft Now Flying with the Company's IFC System
Viasat installed more than 400 of their latest IFC equipment on commercial aircraft in 2018, with more than half of those installs occurring in the second...
 
Satellite Internet Access Expanded for Ecuador via Hughes 63 West
Operating over the Hughes 63 West High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) payload, its broadband coverage reaches more than 90 percent of the...
 
SpacePath Communications' Business Development Manager ... He Did the Tango
Bringing a wealth of industry experience to SpacePath, John previously worked for Thales Electron Devices (TWT) as sales manager and at...
 
SSL-Manufactured SkySats 14 and 15 Imagery Being Received by Planet
SkySats 14 and 15 were launched on December 3 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Spaceflight’s first Sun Synchronous dedicated rideshare...
 
World's Smallest HD Camera from Medigus Incorporated by NASA into VIPIR2
The micro ScoutCam 8.0 HD, custom designed for NASA, features one module consisting of both HD camera and illumination and serves as the...
 
XipLink Acquires Sevis Systems' Base Station Assets
With the Sevis 6000 circuit-based product, which will be renamed the XS-S6000 series, XipLink will now offer standards-based optimization of voice...
 
Viasat's Airborne Modem Passes Military Certification to Operate on Wideband Global SATCOM Network
modem rapidly delivers solutions that integrate into a hybrid adaptive network architecture for rapidly evolving in-flight mission and communications needs.
 
Northrop Grumman Names Lucy C. Ryan as Corporate Vice President of Communications
She will report to Kathy J. Warden, the company's CEO and President and she will also serve as a member of the company's Corporate Policy...
 
Scrubbed Just 7.5 Seconds Before Liftoff ... ULA's Delta IV Launch was Ready or Not for NROL-71 Mission
NROL-71 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office was scrubbed today 7.5 seconds before liftoff due to an unexpected condition during terminal ...
 
Ball Aerospace Delivers TEMPO to NASA
The TEMPO instrument will provide hourly daylight measurements of ozone, nitrogen dioxide and other key elements of air pollution across...