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Laden with 1,615 kilograms of trash from the international space station, Orbital Sciences Corp.’s uncrewed Cygnus space freighter completed a planned destructive reentry into Earth’s atmosphere Aug...
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency plans to address one of its more frequent criticisms head on by conducting seven tests before 2024 against ICBM-class targets, the MDA’s director said Aug. 13.
DigitalGlobe announced the satellite’s successful deployment in orbit.
ViaSat's 630,000 subscribers compares with 935,000 on the competing HughesNet service offered by Hughes Network Systems as of June 30.
Hyten said he expects Air Force officials to complete long-running analyses of alternatives on the future of the service’s missile warning and protected communications satellite programs sometime...
OCO-2 has reached its operational orbit of 705 kilometers.
Michael Gass, the former Lockheed Martin executive who has led United Launch Alliance since the Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture was created in 2006, has been replaced as president and chief...
Hylas 4 will deliver up to 28 gigahertz of throughput to 66 fixed beams plus four steerable beams.
The fifth and final European ATV made a smooth automatic docking to the international space station where it will deliver some 7,200 kilograms of food, water, fuel and supplies.
A U.S. District Court judge on Aug. 8 rejected a jury award of $283 million in damages to ViaSat Inc. in ViaSat’s patent-infringement lawsuit against satellite builder Space Systems/Loral but left...

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