NASA awarded contracts and unfunded agreements Nov. 19 for 22 projects to advance space technologies that the agency believes are on the verge of significant advancement.
The attempt by terrestrial broadband networks to gain access to C-band frequencies currently reserved for satellite use mainly failed, with the exception of the lower piece of C-band that had already been partly opened to them in 2007.
The program remains in deadlined-stressed mode with triple-shift work days in preparation for the first mission's March launch.
The new-version H-2A is designed to offer up to three commercial flights per year with improved orbital-injection features.
As Spacecom prepares to file a total loss claim to its insurance underwriters, Chief Executive David Pollack says other operators' pricing moves in Africa "will ruin the market."
As NASA plans to increasingly rely on commercial space companies, those companies are, in turn, looking to build partnerships with other industries to access new markets and technologies.
CEO Mark Rigolle explains why LeoSat is leaving it to the likes of OneWeb to serve individuals in connectivity-starved locales and focusing instead on corporate giants that need to move large quantities of data quickly and securely from one place of business to another.
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) is considering adding language to a must-pass federal spending bill that would give the U.S. military access to the controversial Russian-made rocket engine until an alternative becomes available.
OneWeb founder Greg Wyler sat down with SpaceNews Silicon Valley correspondent Debra Werner to discuss OneWeb's audacious plan to deploy a 720-satellite constellation in low Earth orbit for global broadband delivery.
A California company announced plans Nov. 19 to develop a constellation of small remote sensing satellites, entering a field that has become increasingly crowded in the last year.
Paul Allen's Vulcan Aerospace is taking issue with reports that its Stratolaunch project is in jeopardy because of a market shift towards smaller satellites that don’t require the massive mothership the company is building for an air-launched rocket.