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The U.S. State Department has barred a former Honeywell employee from all activities subject to ITAR for falsifying documents that led to numerous unauthorized exports of defense- and space-related...
Likely to bust its $559 million development budget, NASA is preparing a mandatory report for Congress about delays to IceSat.
Harris CapRock will provide voice and data communications services via an unspecified two-satellite system operating in the C-band.
News from the High-Throughput Satellites London Roundtable | Italian Defense Officials Fight To Restore Slashed Space Funding
Italy’s proposed 2014 space budget threatens the future of its Cosmo-SkyMed radar reconnaissance program.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3547, a bill that extends the existing third-party commercial launch indemnification regime by one year.
After sending its Falcon 9 v1.1 rocket to the hangar for engine inspections and a gas-generator swap, SpaceX will make its third attempt to launch SES-8 on Dec. 3.
China’s first mission to land a rover on the Moon was successfully launched Dec. 2 and the spacecraft’s signals were received, as scheduled, at an ESA antenna in South America.
The Boeing take-or-pay agreement extends to U.S. government customers wherever they are.
Just as weather affects our daily lives, so does the junkyard in low orbit. But in the latter case, the detrimental affects are growing worse by the year.
The latest market figures confirm that broadband satellites or so-called high-throughput satellite systems are on the rise.