Recent Satellite Operator News
'Significant Risk' Boeing-Made Satellite Could Explode in Orbit
Washington: A Boeing-made satellite is in danger of exploding and needs to be moved away from an orbital zone occupied by other big communications satellites.
Astroscale Benefits from a $4.5 Million Grant from Tokyo Metro Government for Orbital Debris Removal Services
The project, which was launched last year, aims to subsidize up to half of the expenses required for the commercialization and development of...
On-Orbit Tests for EDRS-C Completed — Airbus Now in Control
After being delivered into its initial orbit by an Ariane 5 launcher, EDRS-C made its way to its final geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometres above Earth...
GHGSat to Offer Free Visualization of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
A service at no cost to those interested in visualizing greenhouse gas emissions will become a reality courtesy of Montreal-based GHGSat.
Independent Analysis ...Near-Zero Drag for ThinKom Satellite Antenna Radome on Regional Jets
"The smaller, lower profile antennas of the Ka2517 have enabled achievement of a new high-water mark in radome design,” David Lednicer, VP Eng. Aeromechanical Solutions.
Globalsat Group to Ride the Rails in Brazil
Globalsat Group will provide a solution leveraging satellite connectivity from Inmarsat and Cobham connectivity terminals. This solution will connect ...
Mission Critical Connectivity for Palmer Station in the Antarctic from SES GS, Artel and Leidos
The satellite-based service will serve as the primary backbone for the sharing of leading year-round scientific research from the field to the...
New SAR Smallsat Platform Debuts from Capella Space
According to the company, the enhanced technology package will deliver the most advanced offering for small satellite SAR imagery on the market....
Firefly Aerospace and ISILAUNCH Sign Smallsat Launch Services Agreement
Under the agreement, ISILAUNCH will offer to its customers multiple dedicated and rideshare launch opportunities on the Firefly’s Alpha launch...
Maxar's SecureWatch GEOINT Platform Signed On to by the Netherlands Ministry of Defence
DGeo will leverage SecureWatch to enrich its geospatial foundation data holdings and derivative product portfolio that aid critical decision-making...
Gilat Satellite Approaching NIS 2 Billion Acquisition by Unnamed Multinational
The deal’s value reflects a 25% premium on Gilat’s market capitalization on market open Sunday
Iran Says Getting Ready for Satellite Launch
Iranian officials did not acknowledge the mishap until satellite imagery showed the explosion, which officials blamed on a technical malfunction.
Strategic Partnership Formed Between HawkEye 360 and Airbus
This partnership enables HawkEye 360 and Airbus to fuse complementary data sets to maximize value to customers. Airbus will distribute HawkEye...
Rocket Lab Gets their Ducks in a Row for National Reconnaissance Office's 'Birds of a Feather' Mission
has delivered 47 satellites to orbit on the Electron launch vehicle, enabling operations in space debris mitigation, Earth observation, ship and airplane tracking, and radio comm
Iran's Home-Made Satellite Zafar Ready for Launch
Zafar is a 90 kg remote-sensing satellite equipped with colour cameras and can be used for surveying oil reserves, mines, jungles and natural disasters ...
Kleos Space Geollect as a Channel Partner and Data Integrator
Geollect will procure and integrate data from Kleos’ satellites as it becomes a global leader in dark vessel tracking capability whereas Kleos data will be...
TriSept Rideshare Mission to Climb Aboard an Orbex Prime Smallsat Launch Vehicle
With its expansion into the UK space market already underway, TriSept is building a multiple spacecraft manifest for a dedicated rideshare mission...
Smart Smallsat Pony Express 1 Developed by Lockheed Martin Now On-Orbit and Performing Well
Recently, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) launched the Pony Express 1 mission as a hosted payload on Tyvak-0129, a next-generation Tyvak 6U smallsat.
Beam Hopping Tech to be Included in Upcoming Smallsat Launch Set for 2021
This new technology will pave the way for satellites with a higher level of flexibility to efficiently support peaks in demand without oversizing the...
USAF's 2nd Space Ops Sets Satellite Vehicle Number 74 as Healthy and Active
The GPS III vehicle family provides new capabilities vital to ensuring the fidelity of the constellation and signal in the contested, degraded and operationally limited environments.