Amos-6 satellite. Credit: Facebook
NASA's Jim Green, director of planetary science. Credit: NASA/Aubrey Gemignani
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden provides remarks before a discussion about NASA's journey to Mars and the film "The Martian," Sept. 29, 2015, in Grosvenor Auditorium at the National Geographic Society Headquarters in Washington. NASA scientists and engineers served as technical consultants on the film. The movie portrays a realistic view of the climate and topography of Mars, based on NASA data, and some of the challenges NASA faces as we prepare for human exploration of the Red Planet in the 2030s. Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky
The Air Force Satellite Control Network, centered at Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado, is widely viewed as antiquated and badly in need of modernization. Credit: U.S. Air Force/Amber Whittington
NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren
ULA CEO Tory Bruno on April 14 launch industry panel at the 31st National Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Today’s connected commercial aircraft, most of them flying North American routes, generate around $150,000 in revenue per year per aircraft for bandwidth service providers. Gogo Inc., which dominates the U.S. market, has said that figure will climb to $750,000 or more in the coming five years as airlines race to provide broadband to customers and to the airlines themselves for pilots and crew, and to send aircraft health status. Credit: Gogo
Atlas 5 launches Morelos-3. Credit: Lockheed Martin
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