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Hispamar and Gilat Join Forces to Deliver Broadband Solutions to Brazil
For this purpose, Hispamar will use the Ka-band capacity of its HTS Amazonas 5 (in operation since last year) and Amazonas 3 (launched in...
 
Fully Integrated Point-of-Load Converter Modules for Space Apps Debut from Teledyne e2v HiRel
The modules cover an input voltage range of 4.6 to 6.0V and are available in 2, 6, and 10 A output surface-mount options. Where conventionally a...
 
Renesas Electronics Debuts Precision Current Sources for Satellite Sensing Applications
The two new Renesas devices are the first current source ICs in its line of space products, and are ideally suited for telemetry, tracking & command, attitude and...
 
FliteStream T-31- Flies Out from Astronics for Business Aviation Connectivity
The T-310 is fully qualified and approved to operate on the Intelsat FlexExec business aviation network. The FliteStream T-310 SATCOM...
 
U.S. Coast Guard Awards AIS Contract to FLIR Systems
The indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a ceiling value of $9.9 million to provide second-generation Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponders...
 
Viasat to Fly with Gulfstream's G280™ Business Jet's Ka-Band In-Flight Connectivity
The Viasat Ka-band in-flight connectivity service is proven to support more passengers and more devices simultaneously through all phases of flight...
 
Kratos' RT Logic Subsidiary Licenses Waveforms to Harris
The radio is part of Harris’ five-year, $130 million, single-award IDIQ from the U.S. Air Force to develop and deliver Hand Held Video Data Link (HH-VDL) radios...
 
Spottitt's Cloud-Based Workspace Provides Massive Satellite Imagery and Capabilities on DNV GL’s Veracity Platform
Energy firms have used it to select the optimal locations for wind turbines by mapping land cover and terrain characteristics in areas of interest.
 
Emergency! Expedition 57's Astronauts' Harrowing, Life-Threatening Return Trip to Baikonur
"The boys have landed," Mission Control assured the space station crew.
 
U.S.A.F.'s Three EELV Launch Service Agreements Go to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems and ULA
The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive...
 
XTAR Provides High Data Rates for a SATCOM on the Move Even When the Going Gets Wet
demonstration was 38.2 MHz with bandwidth efficiency of 0.73 bits/Hz, as heavy rain began to fall, the satellite link held strong.
 
Air Force Space Command's 12th Schriever Wargame Underway
The Schriever Wargame scenario, set in the year 2028, will explore critical space issues and investigate the integration activities of multiple agencies...
 
Bringing Home the Dirt as Thales Alenia Space Collaborates to Return to Mars for Samples
Life on Mars cannot be excluded as water has already flowed on its surface, and minerals that only form in the presence of water have been discovered. 
 
Boeing HorizonX Ventures Invests in Accion Systems to Propel Satellite Capabilities
Accion's new Tiled Ionic Liquid Electrospray (TILE) in-space propulsion system aims to increase the lifespan and maneuverability of satellites and...
 
Astra Space Setting Up a Small Launch Vehicle Event
Notices from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Alaska Aerospace Corporation indicate the launch is planned for Friday with...
 
In Support of Deep Space and Lunar Missions, SAS Expands Their Human Spaceflight Safety™ Services
Over the last 12 years, SAS has been amassing a database of system safety analysis and lessons learned from historical NASA human-certified...
 
Thales Alenia Space to Build Ground Station for GNSS Satellite Tracking
The ground station will receive and process 406 MHz distress beacon signals from the MEO satellites being tracked and relay them to the...
 
Hubble "We Have a Problem" ... Now in Safe Mode as Gyro Issues are Diagnosed
Redundancy is NASA's best friend, and so it is with the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA stands ready for failures with backups, and even ...
 
Globalsat Group and N-Sat Form a Strategic Alliance
The agreement increases the reach of Globalsat Group, the first Pan-American mobile satellite service provider, offering current and future...
 
Media Lario Commits their Optical Tech to ESA's Athena X-Ray Space Telescope
ATHENA, one of the large-scale missions of ESA’s Cosmic Vision program, is an X-ray space telescope to be launched into orbit in 2031. The telescope’s...