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Arianespace Launches Four Galileo Satellites the Last for 2017 ... A Year Remembered for Ups and Downs 
today a successful launch, the last of 2017, a year to be remembered that included a shutdown of the facility due to political unrest. 
 
UPDATE: Scrubbed Tuesday's SpaceX's Falcon 9 Resupply Mission to ISS Launch
Dragon will deliver supplies, equipment and science investigations.
 
XipLink Has Got Wireless Security Zipped Up with Optimized IPSec VPN Solution
IPSec throughput is enhanced by 400 percent or more over high-latency satellite and wireless links by combining encryption and optimization ... 
 
Lockheed Martin's Second Next-Generation Weather Satellite Will Keep People and Property Safer
the technology will improve hurricane tracking and intensity forecasts, and increase thunderstorm and tornado warning lead time. 
 
General Atomics' Contract with Government Enables ARGOS to Provide Better Comms for Warfighters 
Not only will ARGOS support the needs of the U.S. Army, but also the Combatant Commanders and Partner Nations.
 
Algeria's First Satellite is Launched by China
The satellite was the first cooperative project in aerospace industry between the two countries. Alcomsat-1 will be used by Algeria for...
 
Dream Cruises’ World Dream Now Reality ... Ultra-fast Connectivity with SES Networks
significantly enhanced connectivity enabling guests to stream countless movies, game online and share real-time vacation travel videos and photos...
 
SES Networks Provisions Africa's Munga MTB Race with SATCOM Support
SES Networks, together with local partners Connectivity Africa and Ruckus Wireless, provided connectivity at five sites on the cycle routes...
 
ETL Systems to Bring a Griffin and a Hurricane to CABSAT
the compact Hurricane Matrix, which provides L-band routing for up to 64 input and output feeds.
 
SES Delivers ... No Need to Miss as Swiss TV Debuts 4KUNIVERSE
which has grown quickly from a strategic idea to a 24-hour 4K cable TV channel in little more than a year
 
RUAG Space, aka 'Brain Builder', a Smart Move to Continue Supplying Brains and Blankets for Galileo Satellites
“RUAG Space has provided the ‘brain’ of the Galileo satellites ever since the program started and we thank OHB for their continued trust in our product”...
 
Space Florida's First ... Funds Made In Space to Create Fiber Optics in Space 
MIS' Fiber Optics payload will manufacture ZBLAN optical fibers in microgravity on the ISS, it's a fiber that cannot be made on Earth
 
V-Band Satellite Markets Report and Analysis Published by NSR
The market is speculative; however, the opportunity exists such that market players currently vetting V-band’s prospects should consider launching...
 
"Mastering Noise Figures Measurements" Webinar Upcoming from Keysight Technologies...
Characterizing the noise contributed by RF and microwave amplifiers and frequency converters is essential for optimizing overall system...
 
The Epsilon-3 Launch Moved Out to Mid-January by JAXA
The Epsilon-3 launch, originally scheduled for November 12, 2017, was postponed as its electrical system needed further confirmation. JAXA has...
 
mu Space Translates to 'More Space' for Millions of Thais with 15-Year Broadband License
nearly 12 percent or 8 million of the country’s 68 million population have access to broadband.
 
Arianespace Hurries to Prepare for the Last Launch of 2017 of Four Galileo Satellites
completing a busy 12 months that already have involved 10 flights from the Spaceport: five performed with the heavy-lift workhorse
 
Space Florida Goes Deep with NASA as Partners for Orion Testing in Deep Space
an effort to verify a key part of Orion's safety system during ascent to space before it begins missions with astronauts to deep space.
 
PSSI Global Services Goliath Plays Games at BlizzCon 2017
when you’re encoding 14 concurrent feeds, inserting captioning on five of them, and then multiplexing for transmission on both satellite and fiber ...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Gets Heated Up and Achieves Milestone with Hot-Fire Test for Air Force
Post boost propulsion systems are a critical element of strategic and missile defense systems for final payload positioning and deployment.