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DigitalGlobe Documents SpaceX's Successful 'Firsts' Times Two Includes Hosing Down a Falcon
... the first time SpaceX has flown both a flight-proven Falcon 9 and a flight-proven Dragon spacecraft in the same mission.
 
NSR's Satellite Capacity Pricing Webinar
This vital topic affects all within the satellite industry — NSR will provide key analysis as it relates to capacity pricing now and in future...
 
Serco Contracts with ESA for Delivery of a New EO Program
The Copernicus program is the world’s largest single EO program, continuously collecting satellite imagery from around the world updated on a...
 
Milestone reached by MT Aerospace in the Ariane 6 Launch Facilities Build
Composed of representatives from the European Space Agency (ESA), ArianeGroup, CNES, Apave and Socotec, the review board approved the...
 
Russia Blames a Software Glitch for Failed Vostochny Cosmodrome Launch
On November 28, Russia lost contact with its Meteor-M weather satellite after its launch from the new Vostochny cosmodrome — only the second...
 
A Major Space Mystery is Solved by University of Colorado Students' Smallsat
The team showed, during a process called “cosmic ray albedo neutron decay” (CRAND), cosmic rays entering Earth’s atmosphere collide with...
 
Orbital Micro Systems and Satavia's Partnership for Predictive Weather Analytics for Airline Industry 
Satavia will use the high temporal resolution weather data provided by OMS to enhance its solutions which allow aircraft original equipment...
 
GeoSLAM 3D Mobile Mapping Makes Important Move 
The Nottinghamshire-based firm, which recently celebrated five years in the industry, has moved to Innovation House, a technology hub 
 
Lockheed Martin's GPS III SV01 and Raytheon's OCX Complete Factory Mission Readiness Testing
During this end-to-end system demonstration, command signals were sent from the latest OCX LCS software installed at Lockheed Martin’s Launch...
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne's 3-D Printed Pogo in RS-25 Rocket Engine Hot Fire Test
During the 400 second test at NASA’s Stennis Space Center, Aerojet Rocketdyne was able to evaluate the performance of a 3-D printed vibration...
 
EUMETSAT Extends Tenure of Meteosat and EUMETSAT Polar System for Seven Years
These decisions reflect the substantial impact of observations from Meteosat and Metop satellites on weather forecasts at all ranges and ...
 
Rocket Lab Aborts 'Still Testing' Launch that Reveals Issues with Chilldown Bleed
The slight LOx temperature increase was a result of a LOx chilldown bleed schedule that was not compatible with the warm conditions of the day.
 
AQYR Supports GVF SATCOM Certification Program for the U.S. Army at Camp Roberts in California
The first milestone for the 302d Signal Battalion GVF Pilot Program was achieved on October 20, 2017, with 40 uniformed and civilian staff...
 
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. 
 
Marlink to Gain Livewire Connections SATCOM Service Via Company Acquisition
The move follows the recent announcement that Marlink intends to acquire a majority stake in the Spanish superyacht service provider OmniAccess....
 
2017 Technology of the Year Award for SDR System Goes to Rohde & Schwarz
The objective of the SVFuA project was to develop a software defined radio (SDR) system for the German Federal Armed Forces for joint and...
 
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...
 
Savage Devil Winds Captured by NASA's Satellite Destroying Portions of SoCal
That is exactly what Southern California experienced on Monday night, December 4.  Thousands of residents found themselves evacuating when...