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Technavio Releases Their Global Satellite Ground Station Equipment Report
A key factor driving the growth of the global satellite ground station equipment market size is the increasing use of Earth Observation (EO)...
 
African Space Industry to Grow More than 40 Percent, According to the New Space in Africa 2019 Report
projects that the African space industry is likely to grow over 40 percent in the next five years, to exceed $10 billion by 2024.
 
New ABI Research Analysis Report Delves into Satellite IoT
The company's new report unveils the long-term opportunity within the satellite space for the growth of IoT deployments, particularly in application ...
 
Dire Straits ... Technical Incident Results in Interruption of Galileo Navigation Satellite System
users may experience service degradation on all Galileo satellites meaning that the signals may not be available nor meet the minimum performance levels
 
UPDATE: Russia Launches The Spektr-RG Space Observatory
The satellite, aboard a Proton-M rocket, was lifted to orbit from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. This is a joint Russian-German mission, with the telescope...
 
USAF's Space and Missile Systems Center Enlists MILSATCOM Support from LinQuest Corporation
The portfolio of SMC programs supported by MSEIT includes all satellites, terminals, and networks for worldwide tactical, strategic, and wideband...
 
Akash Systems Makes Diamonds Thanks to New Capital 
hottest part of a transistor is brought to within tens of nanometers of synthetic diamond, the most thermally conductive material ever made by humans.
 
U.S. Air Force Research Lab Engages in Quantum Science Through Participation in IBM's Q Network
AFRL has formally joined the IBM Q Network, the first ever partnership of its kind in the DoD. This alliance will provide AFRL and its collaborators with...
 
RUBI Full Steam Ahead for the ISS ... Cameras That Take Up to 500 Images Per Second
By taking up to 500 images per second, RUBI’s cameras can create a three-dimensional representation of the bubble shapes and analyze the ...
 
Arianespace's Fatal Anomaly ... Ends Vega Liftoff of FalconEye1
Data analyses are in progress to clarify the reasons for this failure. An independent inquiry commission will be established during the coming hours...
 
Successful Rocket Drop Test for Virgin Orbit
LauncherOne was released from a height of 35,000 feet — that is a typical cruising altitude for commercial aeroplanes, which is where it would be...
 
United Launch Alliance Delays USAF's AEHF-5 Satellite Launch ... Crossover Concern 
AEHF is a joint service satellite communications system that will provide survivable, global, secure, protected, and jam-resistant communications for ...
 
Ball Aerospace Completes Mission Critical Design Review of NASA's IXPE Spacecraft
The IXPE mission is led by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, with support from Ball Aerospace, the Italian Space Agency (ASI), Laboratory for...
 
NASA More Than Halfway Through SLS Structural Testing
the agency’s first rocket built to send humans to deep space since the Saturn V, will have the power to take astronauts to the Moon and ultimately to Mars.
 
Make Your Nominations for SSPI's 2019 Better Satellite World Awards
Every year, during the Better Satellite World Awards Dinner, SSPI honors three organizations or individuals who have demonstrated the use of ...
 
Space Angels' Report Looks at U.S. Government's Support of the Entrepreneurial Space Age
Space Angels believes that public funding and policy can be powerful tools to de-risk and catalyze private investment when used appropriately...
 
U.S. Air Force Pitch Day Upcoming in Early November
The Air Force Pitch Day is modeled after commercial investment pitch competitions to deliver a faster, smarter approach to compete for ideas in...
 
NASA's Satellite's Colorful Imaging of Ground Displacement After Southern California's Major Earthquakes
The USGS reported over 1,000 aftershocks in the region following the July 5 earthquake.
 
Satellite SAR Measurement Techniques Developed by JPL and Team Detects Subtle Structural Changes
Using a new process, they were able to detect millimeter-size changes to the bridge over time that would not have been detected by the standard...
 
Northrop Grumman Elects Chairperson, CEO and President
Warden will serve as Chairperson, CEO and President. Warden succeeds Wes Bush, who has served as chairman since July 2011. As previously announced...