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Glavcosmos and Their Launch Services to Propel Two Korean Satellites to Orbit
According to these Russian companies, the CAS500-1 and CAS500-2 space vehicles are EO models that will picture the Earth in panchromatic...
 
ULA Launches TDRS-M the Final Satellite Mission in Series Now Complete for NASA
“We are absolutely honored to have delivered this core NASA capability and critical national resource for our country.”
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Provides the Power for Launch of Satellite for NASA’s Space Network
The RL10C-1 delivers 22,890 pounds of thrust to power the Atlas V upper stage, using cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants.
 
NASA Launches TDRS-M Last in Series of Great Communicators 
providing navigation and high-data-rate communications to the ISS, Hubble Space Telescope, rockets and a host of other spacecraft.
 
Air Force's SensorSat is Stacked to Track Satellites and Space Junk
The testing included subcomponent, component, and full satellite comprehensive functional testing, vibration testing, thermal vacuum testing ...
 
NOAA's Satellite to Focus Down on Earth Tracking Moon's Shadow During Eclipse
what we hope is a pretty spectacular video loop of the shadow moving all the way from the Pacific Ocean into Oregon, across the United States, into ...
 
Arianespace - Intelsat and SSL Satellites Being Prepped for VA239 Launch
The upcoming mission to geostationary transfer orbit is designated Flight VA239 in Arianespace’s numbering system, and will mark the 239th launch...
 
Solar Eclipse Time Today - And Getting Ready for 2019
Solar Orbiter will be launched in February 2019 into a close orbit around the Sun and will allow scientists to study the solar corona in much more detail...
 
SpaceX's Falcon 9 Test Fire was Noisy and Hot Preparing for Taiwanese Satellite Launch
firing of all nine Merlin 1D engines on the base of the first stage for an average of 3.5 seconds in duration based on usual tests. It was noisy and hot.
 
Telesat in Full Support of Canadian Space Sector Support by Government
The government has highlighted the importance of establishing a whole of government space strategy to support the Canadian space sector to...
 
AsiaSat and Encompass Enable Fans to See SEA Games ... Feeds Cover Huge Footprint
the feeds will be delivered across the satellite’s extensive footprint, with a combined population of more than 647 million people of diverse languages
 
LandViewer's New Views for Newbies ... Professional Results for Beginners
enables non-expert users to select a geographic area for analysis, an Earth observation data type, and then apply it for on-the-fly imagery analytics.
 
A Moscow Mule of a Rocket the Proton Breeze M Celebrates 100 Launches
The launch was the100th heavy lift Proton M, which has been in use since 2001, and ...
 
Russia Celebrates Launch of First Blagovest Military Comsat
Some observers were puzzled by the apparent excessive capacity of the network for the assumed needs of the Ministry of Defense, another hint of a dual military and civilian application of the system.
 
U.S. Air Force and MIT Partner to Assist Warfighters ... SensorSat Set for August Launch
"...milestone in fulfilling our commitment to the space situational awareness mission and U.S. Strategic Command."
 
AsiaSat - Delivering the 29th Southeast Asian Games to APAC Viewers
The biennial sporting event invites teams from 11 nations in Southeast Asia to compete in multi-sport games, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from...
 
NOAA - Satellite Tracking of the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
NOAA plans to issue images of the eclipse from GOES-16 and the agency's additional polar-orbiting and geostationary satellites as they become available...
 
Chinese Quantum Satellite Passes Muster, Now Let's Make a Hack-Proof Communications Network
Micius can only conduct quantum communication in the Earth' s shadow; that is to say, it can only work at night to avoid interference from sunlight.
 
Russia's Possible Launch Delay of Amazons-5 Due to Manufacturer's Late Shipment
It's the domino effect ... when one issue causes a delay it is passed along, and it could mean the delay of the launch of the Amazons-5 satellite.
 
DataPath's $37.4 Billion Contract ... Selection of the Fittest for RS3 Program
... and so it is with a 10-year, $37.4Billion contract that DataPath has been awarded.