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Europe’s Arianespace commercial launch consortium on Dec. 6 agreed to spend 36.5 million euros ($50 million) to build a fueling facility at Europe’s South American spaceport to reduce the time needed...
The proposed one-year extension of a 25-year-old law that protects U.S. companies from third-party damage claims arising from catastrophic launch failures cleared the House Dec. 2 and now heads to...
The ruling does not limit the scope of the work government-employed astronauts can perform aboard commercial space taxis..
ESA has selected X-ray and gravity-wave observatories as the agency’s second and third Large-Class missions for launch in 2028 and 2034, respectively.
As one of the nation’s two primary land-imaging satellites nears the end of its operational life, NASA and the USGS are evaluating ways to acquire future observations, such as continued reliance on...
The building is scheduled to be operational in 2015.
CEPT has agreed that Ka-band terminals on planes, ships and land-based vehicles are not themselves moving even if they are on moving platforms.
While C-band remains the most urgent of their concerns in the run-up to a meeting of global frequency and orbital-slot regulators in 2015, the threat to Ka-band is already on the horizon.
The high public profile of some “newspace companies has already helped inspire the current generation of students to pursue degrees in related fields.
Panasonic Avionics is evaluating six separate offers from satellite fleet operators willing to build a high-throughput, spot-beam Ku-band satellite to cover Asia-Pacific air routes starting in 2017.