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Satellite financing has become the fastest-growing sector at the U.S. Ex-Im Bank.
Thales Group of France said its space division has booked an order with an unnamed African nation for an Earth observation satellite.
China’s push into high-resolution optical Earth observation through its seven-satellite CHEOS system is slightly delayed but will see the launch of a second satellite this year and three more...
Iridium asked investors to look beyond near-term headaches and to focus on 2018.
The latest campaign by the crowdsource startup Uwingu to sell the naming rights for 500,000 martian craters has drawn the ire of the IAU.
NASA confirmed that GPM’s solar arrays deployed around 2 p.m. Eastern time, about 23 minutes after launch.
A crewed Mars flyby mission could conceivably launch in 2021 provided NASA immediately begins spending money on a large new upper-stage rocket engine and crew-habitation module.
DigitalGlobe reported sharply lower year-end revenue for 2013 than it had predicted in mid-November and said 2014 revenue would also be much lower than it had forecast.
Officials at Ames did not intentionally violate export control laws but “exercised poor judgment” in sharing ITAR-restricted information with foreign nationals at the center.
Exactly how the suit’s plumbing got clogged is still a mystery.