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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.
News from the High-Throughput Satellites London Roundtable | Terrestial Operators Eyeing Ka-band Satellite Spectrum
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.
The U.S. House Science Committee on Dec. 4 will mark up a bill that would allow contractors on two of NASA’s biggest human spaceflight programs.
Blue Origin completed a full-duration burn of a liquid hydrogen-fueled engine developed for the New Shepard suborbital spaceship and planned orbital vehicles.
News from the High-Throughput Satellites London Roundtable | Thales Alenia Space Opens New Plant at Quake-damaged Site
The new facility, which will be fully operational by February, was financed mainly by Thales Alenia Space.
After years of braggadocio and vows that it will overturn the established commercial launch market, SpaceX now can brandish as its business card a successful mission for the world’s second-largest...