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Planet - A Second NGA Win for Satellite Imagery Delivery
The one-year, $14 million contract follows a seven-month, $20 million pilot contract that started last September to assess ways...
 
Golden Moment as Sinclair’s Next Generation Broadcast Platform is Short Listed for IBC 2017 Innovation Award
One of TeamCast's challenges has been to implement the centralized network architecture concept required for this project onto a turned-key and ...
 
NASA's TDRS-M Satellite Saga with Damaged Antenna ... Launch Remains In Flux — Maybe August 
The initial launch date had to be scrubbed due to some problems that were encountered with the Omni S-band antenna on the spacecraft
 
ISRO's Chairman Shares His Opinions and the Need to Continue Receiving Help from NASA
What about India's space collaboration with the U.S. and Israel? 
 
Singapore Sinks $8.4M in Search and Rescue Satellite Technologies
the new system has a greater position accuracy for faster detection and location of vessels or people in distress.
 
Broadcast RF Relies on ETL Systems ... No Mulligans When Televising The British Open 
With such an auspicious event as the 146th British Open, it's important that televising the event must be perfect with no room for errors.
 
ST Engineering's Electronics Arm Muscles Contracts Worth Approximately S$490m in 2Q2017
This company's electronics arm did well in the second quarter of 2017 with contracts secured that total approximately S$490m ($358M US) for ...
 
A Paragon of Thermal Control Radiators Selected by Sierra Nevada Corporation 
Everything must be a paragon, a model of excellence, and so...
 
International Institute of Space Commerce's New Executive Director a Veteran of Human Space Flight
“My dream is to help as many people achieve space flight as possible, and to have a good portion of them make money doing so.”
 
NASA’s Sleepy HERA XIII Crew Comes Home After Deprivation Experiment ... Only They Never Left Earth 
It's bad enough if you can't sleep for a day or two, or have a baby that gets you up every two hours, but NASA purposely conducted an experiment ...
 
NASA and Boeing Feel the Pain ... Admit Damaged Antenna on the TDRS-M Satellite
... officials aren't committing one way or the other as to whether the damaged antenna will delay the launch.
 
Satellite Delivers Water Data to Pakistani Farmers' Cell Phones
A new program in that nation uses satellite information to estimate how much water a field requires...
 
National Space Society Congratulates National Space Council's New Executive Secretary ... He Keeps Up the Pace
will be advocating for low-cost access to space, a robust cis-lunar economy, and funding for a space-based near-Earth asteroid detection telescope.
 
Russia's Record ... Launches 72 Small Satellites
Russia has never launched such a large number of satellites simultaneously. 
 
JAXA Plays Ball on the ISS With Int-Ball Drone Camera 
It's the first camera drone that can record video while moving in space under remote control from the ground. 
 
ESA's Sentinel-2B Reveals Mount Vesuvius Erupting With Wildfires
This huge plume of smoke led some to believe that Vesuvius was erupting again.
 
Scrap Dealer's Discovery in Dead Engineer's Basement ... NASA's Apollo-Era Computers, Pioneer Tapes and More
Most of the tapes are unmarked, but the majority of the rest appear to be instrumentation reels for Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11, NASA’s fly-by
 
New Horizons Amazes With Flyover Video of Pluto
In recognition of the two-year anniversary of New Horizons' Pluto flyby, NASA also revealed a stunning ...
 
Hola! Hurricane Fernanda as NASA’s Terra Satellite Takes a Close Up
additional strengthening is anticipated during the next 48 hours, and Fernanda is likely to become a major hurricane later today.
 
NASA - TDRS-M Antenna Circumstance
Incident evaluation is underway by NASA and Boeing, the manufacturer of the satellite.