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A Space Exploration Technologies Corp. Falcon 9 rocket, in its second commercial flight in a month, on Sept. 7 successfully placed the AsiaSat 6/Thaicom 7 telecommunications satellite into...
The government is considering options that range from developing new engine technology all the way to building a new rocket to assure access to space for national security and other missions.
In its decadal survey, the planetary science community ranked Mars sample return as its top priority.
The company will build the Ozone Mapping and Profiling Suite for NOAA's Joint Polar Satellite System-2 weather satellite.
The European Data Relay System is in limbo until the next attempt Sept. 17.
The French Defense Ministry on Sept. 4 strongly hinted that its own satellite imagery confirmed U.S. allegations of a Russian military presence in Ukraine but refused to say so directly.
The U.S. Air Force plans to release a formal solicitation in December for a contract potentially worth $1 billion to consolidate work on the service’s main satellite control network, with the award...
The satellite, which EchoStar calls EchoStar 105 and SES calls SES-11, will operate at 105 degrees west.
A technical problem with a cubesat dispenser on the international space station has halted the deployment of the latest batch of small satellites on the station until as late as early next year.
WorldVu, a Satellite Startup Aiming To Provide Global Internet Connectivity, Continues To Grow Absent Clear Google Relationship
WorldVu has secured Ku-band spectrum from international regulators for a constellation of several hundred satellites to provide global Internet connectivity has grown to 30 people.