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Hispasat said its 2013 revenue growth of less than 1 percent, to 201.4 million euros.
Inmarsat said deployed U.S. military forces will begin using the first Inmarsat Global Xpress Ka-band satellite this spring to debug the system and whet the military’s appetite in advance of...
Arabsat and Telesat said they would share the use of a new satellite for Arabsat-owned Hellas Sat of Greece and bundle its order with three Arabsat satellites.
Should SpaceX earn certification to launch U.S. national security payloads it will be eligible to bid on half as many as originally expected.
The White House proposed grounding SOFIA in part to avoid forcing the 16-year-old Cassini orbiter to compete with the one-and-a-half year-old Mars Curiosity rover for extended mission funding.
El Al Israel Airlines will outfit its Boeing 737 aircraft to provide in-flight satellite broadband using ViaSat’s Exede in the Air service.
The Pentagon may not be able to take full advantage of new competition in the national security launch market because it cannot determine an accurate price for an individual launch by ULA.
The U.S. Air Force is proposing to scale back its planned procurement of rockets and GPS navigation satellites in 2015 while beginning long-deferred work on a new weather satellite system.
Xtar LLC reported an 8 percent increase in revenue and reduced losses in 2013 compared with 2012.
NASA’s 2015 budget would remain essentially flat at $17.5 billion under a White House spending proposal that would hold the line on the agency’s biggest space programs while laying the groundwork for...