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February 12th, 2018 — February 18th, 2018
 
Clyde Space's First Milestone End to End Mission for NSLComm ... Just the Beginning of an Orbiting Cluster
...set to deliver a full end-to-end mission service package, from spacecraft design, manufacture, launch, on orbit to operations to ...
 
ViaSat-2 Up and Running and Ready to Report to Work
“We are not predicting the failure of OneWeb, [but] I just think that it’s not going to bring an amount of bandwidth to the markets that we serve that’s ... "
 
NASA's New Horizons Zooms at 36,000 MPH and Releases Record-Breaking Photos from Beyond Pluto 
In two hours, New Horizons smashed a 27-year-old record set by Voyager 1 … twice.
 
SpaceX to Send Spain's Spy Satellite to Space ...  Spain's First 
An unnamed multimillionaire has reportedly agreed to cover the cost of the Spanish project should anything go wrong.
 
On Orbit Sustainment Record Set by the EUTELSAT 16C (formerly SESAT) Satellite
A global success story for EUTELSAT— designed for a contractual orbital life of 10 years, the EUTELSAT 16C/SESAT telecommunications satellite...
 
SES and Intelsat Propose Joint Use of C-band in U.S. Both for Satellite and to Speed Next Gen 5G Services
seamless distribution of video and audio programming to more than 100 million U.S. households, and... critical data connectivity in rural areas and ...
 
How COMSAT Continued Communications During California Wildfires ... 'What If' Became 'It Is'
"The crisis management plan, devised in response to the 'what-if' scenarios, demonstrated how resilient the teleport and and its team are."
 
Steve Collar to Become the Next CEO of SES — Andrew Browne to Become CFO
Steve Collar, who is currently CEO of SES Networks, has been appointed as the next President and CEO of SES, becoming CEO Designate with...
 
Planet's Ground Station in Inuvik May be Excised if License not Received
Planet has been caught in an unusual regulatory situation. The company applied for, and received, a radio frequency spectrum license from another ...
 
HAPS Antenna Support from Communications and Power Industries (CPI)
Operating at lower altitudes than satellites, HAPS can be less expensive to operate and more rapidly deployed, making them ideal for shorter-term ...