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RUAG Space's 'Brains' Enable Both the Launch Rocket and the Wind Satellite, Aeolus, to Do Their Jobs
Aeolus is the first space mission to acquire profiles of the wind on a global scale.
 
SSTL Signs Up for NovaSAR-1 and SSTL S1-4's Launch on ISRO’s PSLV  
...Automatic Identification Receiver (AIS) receiver supplied by ComDev to track ships at sea. 
 
DoD Inspector General Has "Concerns" for Air Force Space Command's Supply Chain
The supply chain is the sequence of activities necessary to provide an end user with a finished product or system (from raw material to finished...
 
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.
 
Pakistan's First-Ever Remote Sensing Satellite PRSS-1Is Now Operational
The services provided by the satellites are expected to uplift the socio-economic development of Pakistan and “would also enable the country ...
 
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... 
 
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.
 
UK's Space Industry's £19 Million Contract Gets the Shakedown with Plans for Test Facility
Satellite test facilities at this scale, in one location do not currently exist in the UK.
 
India's Prime Minister Announces an Independence Celebration and a Manned Mission in Space by 2022 
when India celebrates its 75th year of Independence, or before, an India – could be a boy or a girl – will go to space with the tricolour in their hand.
 
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.
 
ISRO Plans to Launch Chandrayaan-2 in January of 2019 and Avoiding a Costly Debacle by Recalling GSAT-11
The Rs 800-crore lunar mission named “Chandrayaan-2” comes over a decade after India's initial lunar orbit on November 8, 2008, after the...
 
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.
 
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.” 
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Two Successes... RS-25 Engine Tests Upgrades and Cost Reduction
The 3-D printed Pogo, which is about the size of a beach ball, continued to perform as designed during the test series
 
International Astronautical Congress 2018 Will Open Doors to Everyone on Public Day
Along with the many satellites space debris or junk has increased to about 750,000 objects larger than 1 cm!
 
RigNet Partners with Singtel to Provide CyphreLink, a Terrestrial Encrypted Network Service
The hardware-based encryption allows military-grade data security, with little to no overhead on the payload.
 
TCarta's National Science Foundation Grant Goes Deep to the Seafloor ...Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology
Here's a big job... enhance and automate multiple techniques for deriving seafloor depth measurements from optical satellite imagery. 
 
Through the Dark and Into the Light ULA's Successful Launch of NASA's Parker Solar Probe, the Fastest Spacecraft Ever 
closest approach Parker Solar Probe will reach a top speed of 430,000 miles per hour or 120 miles per second, making it the fastest spacecraft in history.