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Speedcast Appoints new Senior VP of the Firm's Media and Broadcast Team
In his new role at Speedcast, Woolston will help Broadcasters and Media companies navigate the complexities of global content distribution and the...
 
Forrester Reports: OneWeb's Commercial Services to Start in 2021
OneWeb, in partnership with Airbus, is now building those satellites at a rate of at least one a day. The launch rate will continue until there are 650...
 
A SpaceX Crew Dragon Safety Test Went Very Wrong. Here's Why That Matters
But Florida Today reported that a smoke plume was visible for "miles" around Cape Canaveral after the incident.
 
Set for May 6th is the 2nd Annual Space Tech Symposium @ Berkeley
Attendees will be able to network with top space startup CEOs, Berkeley faculty and researchers as they discuss the future of space technology...
 
Pre-Solicitation by the National Geospatial Agency for Satellite Altimetry Modeling
This effort is to create satellite based altimetry models of the world. The models will be fully produced and their error calculated prior to being given ...
 
37th International Communications Satellite Systems Conference Requesting Submission of Papers
Satellite communication industries in Asia-Pacific region and the activities will be expected to be introduced during the 37th ICSSC. With the...
 
The UAE's Mars Mission Hope Probe Reaches an 85 Percent Build Completion
The 1.5 ton Hope Probe build is now 85 percent complete, according to the organizations, with the majority of the parts in place with the unit going ...
 
C-Band Alliance Proposal for 5G Spectrum Roll-Out Gains Independent Support
Additionally, the CBA issued a ‘Public Interest’ list of responses to the various grumbles presented to the FCC. Notably, the Alliance stresses that ...
 
Amid Worry Over Space Wars, America Already has Tools to Shoot Down Satellites
Russia and China, too, have anti-satellite technologies. They are including space in the future war plans.
 
Video Appears to Show SpaceX's New Spaceship for NASA Exploding During a Safety Test
On Sunday, an unverified video on Twitter claimed to show the space capsule exploding during the test.
 
The Latest Lost Satellite is Now Space Junk that Could Put Other Spacecraft at Risk
“It’s a big problem, because now basically you have a floating bomb in GEO,”
 
How This NASA Telescope is Defending the Earth From Asteroids
about 20,000 near-Earth objects have flitted in and out of our neighborhood in recent decades—almost 900 of which were more than 3,200 feet across.
 
Hubble's 29th Anniversary Celebrates with a Colorful Crab ... Southern Crab Nebula
Hubble's landmark accomplishments include making the deepest views ever taken of the evolving universe, finding planet-forming disks around ...
 
Final Phase of Construction by Boeing for the Kacific1 Satellite
Kacific Broadband Satellites Group’s (Kacific) first satellite is a High Throughput Satellite (HTS) currently in production at Boeing’s El Segundo...
 
The Lockheed Martin Built AEHF-5 Satellite for the USAF Arrives in Florida for Launch
The satellite was transported from the Lockheed Martin satellite integration facility in Sunnyvale, California, via a C-5 Super Galaxy aircraft. The C-5...
 
Forsway Engaged in 5G Development Project with European Space Agency
Forsway's 5G project aims to enable and simplify a communication service provider's (CSP) ability to significantly accelerate slow or congested...
 
The Intelsat-29e Satellite Announced as a Total Loss
A failure review board has been convened by Intelsat with the satellite’s manufacturer, Boeing, to complete a comprehensive analysis of the cause...
 
The Space Economy's Future to be Explored by ArianeGroup, HEC Paris and ESA
This collaborative venture will direct and oversee research projects focusing on value-creation in the space sector, high-potential...
 
Successful Berthing of Northrop Grumman's Cygnus Spacecraft with the ISS
While his crewmates had flown to space on previous missions, Chaffee had not yet traveled to space. The naming of Cygnus in honor of his memory ...
 
Provisional Certification from the WTA for Two U.S. Electrodynamics Teleports
Since 1985, USEI headquartered in Brewster, Washington, has been providing government, commercial and private satellite and terrestrial...