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Stratolaunch Indicates First Launch to Occur Soon During Reveal at the 34th Space Symposium
This is an amazing plane to view, using 28 wheels for movement and a wingspan that is larger than a U.S. football field at 385 feet (117 meters)...
 
Aerospace Announces Two Critical Policy Papers Offering New Advantages and Solutions for Space Traffic Management 
the DOD is examining this issue for several years, time is running out. The neighborhood is changing in space, planners need to act soon to manage ... 
 
Globalstar Makes Known that the Sat-Fi2™ Satellite Hotspot has Entered the Market
Sat-Fi2 provides seamless connectivity powered by Globalstar’s modernized satellite network and represents the first product using...
 
New Satellite Constellation from EarthNow to Offer Real-Time EO Video
EarthNow represents a dramatic leap forward in capability compared to other Earth Observation (EO) satellite systems which deliver pictures and...
 
Two Polar Scout Smallsats Built by Raytheon for U.S. Department of Homeland Security
These Polar Scout satellites have flexible radio frequency receivers to help search and rescue teams locate emergency beacons in remote areas, such...
 
AST Awarded Patent in Mighty Micron™ Low-Earth-Orbit Satellites for Government and Commercial Use
Their patented features will allow them to support a range of government and commercial space mission capabilities that have until now been impossible.
 
SSPI's Future Leaders Dinner Travels West to a New Home — Satellite Innovation 2018
The Future Leaders Dinner honors three recipients for outstanding achievement by space and satellite professionals age 35 or under...
 
SpaceX's Triple Play Turns into a Home Run With Launch and Subsequent Deployment of TESS and Return of Rocket 
telescope/camera that will hunt for undiscovered worlds around nearby stars, providing targets where future studies will assess their capacity to harbor life.
 
Orbital ATK's TESS Exoplanet Satellite Launch Is a First on Exciting Journey for NASA Seeking New Planets;
This successful launch marks the 31st science spacecraft they have developed and built for NASA over the last 35 years.
 
York Space Systems and RUAG Space Partner for a Complete Space Deployment Solution
The partnership, unveiled at the 34th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will further enable York to offer commercial companies a turnkey solution for...
 
Business Development Partnership Involves NanoRacks, ALTEC and Thales Alenia Space
The companies will build together a directory of end-to-end solutions to lower the barriers for European and Asian customers to access LEO. This directory...
 
Cobham Contracted for Life Support and Propulsion Systems for Lockheed Martin's Orion Crew Module
The components will fly on the Exploration Mission-2 crew module, the first flight of Orion with astronauts onboard.  Components for the Environmental...
 
Engility Gains Three Sole-Source Awards with U.S. Intelligence Community
In addition to intelligence analysis, systems engineering and integration, and cybersecurity, Engility will assist in core activities like modeling and ...
 
Training for UN Delegations in Cybersecurity Results in Kudelski Security and UNITAR Partnership
The number of major breaches continues to rise globally, driven by range of cyber threats ranging from phishing attacks and advanced malware, to...
 
The 2018 Fortress Cyber Security Award Issued to Code42 in the Threat Detection Category
The awards program, run by the Business Intelligence Group, seeks to identify and reward the world’s leading companies and products that are...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's RL10 to Soar to New Heights ... Selected for Orbital ATK's OmegA™ Rocket
the RL10  sent hundreds of satellites into orbit, spacecraft to every planet and the first human-made object, the Voyager I spacecraft, into interstellar space.
 
At 34th Space Symposium, the Phase Four Thruster's Test Results by the Aerospace Corporation are Revealed
The testing found that Phase Four's second generation of RF thrusters achieved their best performance to date, demonstrating performance on par...
 
Now Prepped for Launch — the Airbus-Built MetOp-C Satellite for EUMETSAT and the ESA
the excellent performance of the two MetOp satellites enables simultaneous operation, providing the meteorological community with increased data.
 
Landmark Agreement 'Tween SSTL, Goonhilly Earth Station and Astrobotic Unveiled at 34th Space Symposium
payloads will need sophisticated communication services to reach, until-now, prohibitive destinations on the Moon, including the ‘far side.’
 
Comtech Telecommunications Showcasing Solutions at 34th Space Symposium
Located at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Comtech invites attendees to visit booth 436 to learn more about...