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China to Launch Communications Satellite Named After Wuhan 
As of Thursday, a total of 81,620 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported on the Chinese mainland, and 3,322 people have died of the ...
 
Indonesia's Palapa-N1 Satellite Destroyed in Failed Chinese Long March-3B Launch
The rocket blasted off at 7:46 p.m. Beijing Time from the Xichang Satellite...
 
Forrester Reports: Azercosmos Betters the Satellite Operator Trend
Revenues of Azerbaijan’s state-owned satellite operator Azercosmos – from commercial operation of satellites and telecom services...
 
Virgin Orbit Partners with Oita Prefecture and the Oita Airport as Another Smallsat Launch Services Site
Virgin Orbit has identified Oita Airport as its preferred pilot launch site — yet ...
 
Roscosmos Chief Says Russia Ready to Launch Multi-Satellite Orbital Groups
Earlier, Dmitry Rogozin announced that Roscosmos would allocate funds in 2020 to launch the works on creating the layout of the Sfera orbital group.
 
Launch of GPS III SV03 Rescheduled by Space and Missile Systems Center
The current GPS constellation is healthy, allowing for a strategic pause to ensure the health and safety of our force without operational impact...
 
China to Launch the Final BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite for Constellation Completion
The new satellite is the 55th satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite...
 
Indonesian Satellite to be Launched by China
The satellite was developed under a contract signed between the China...
 
Astroscale Continues Progression Toward Sustainable Orbits + Their Coronavirus Response
SSA refers to the tracking of objects in orbit and predicting where they will...
 
Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, SpaceX Launch of Argentinian Satellite Postponed
"The restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic could affect the availability of own and external resources for a safe insertion into orbit and ...”
 
ULA's Successful Launch of AEHF-6 for the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center 
... gives senior leadership a survivable line of communications to military forces in all levels of conflict, including nuclear war. The system features ...
 
Statement From U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center Regarding Successful AEHF-6 Launch  
... provides connectivity across the spectrum of mission areas, including land, air and naval warfare; special operations; strategic nuclear operations ... 
 
Statement From United Launch Alliance as it Launches First National Security Space Mission for the U.S. Space Force 
...that provides global, survivable, protected communications capabilities for national leaders and tactical warfighters operating across ground, sea and air platforms.
 
Statement from Aerojet Rocketdyne AEHF-6 Launch Marks 500th Flight of RL10 Engine
“The RL10 has supported a majority of the nation’s most important national security and scientific missions, including all of the AEHF satellites which ..."
 
Rocket Lab Postpones Their Next Mission Launch
In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, we have paused launch...
 
Fourth Annual Spaceport America Cup Cancelled
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision was made based on the...
 
Smallsat Launcher Suffers an Anomaly in Alaska
The incident at the Pacific Spaceport Complex on Kodiak Island occurred...
 
RUAG Space Dispenses and Insulates OneWeb's Latest Covey of Satellites
RUAG Space built the satellite dispenser, which functions as an interface...
 
UPDATE: OneWeb's 34 Satellite Launch Successfully Completed by Arianespace
The satellites are built by OneWeb Satellites, a joint venture between...
 
What’s in the Philippines’ New Planned Satellite Launches in 2020?
The launch of additional cube satellites later this year highlighted an aspect of the Southeast Asian state’s approach in this regard.