Thursday's briefing begins with mold concerns delaying a Cygnus space station cargo run that had been slated for March 10.
Global satellite regulators, in a decision some fear could undermine coordinated management of satellite orbital slots, have granted Egypt three additional years to launch a civil/military telecommunications satellite whose launch deadline was next May.
A Seattle company that provides launch services for small satellites is now able to sell to U.S. government agencies through a standard contract schedule.
Three federal offices that deal with commercial space issues, which combined received less than $20 million in 2016, would get large — on a percentage basis — increases in the proposed fiscal year 2017 budget.
The Obama administration is proposing to accelerate efforts to build the Landsat 9 satellite and launch it in 2021 instead of 2023 as currently planned.
Wednesday's briefing begins with word that North Korea's just-launched satellite has stabilized its orientation but isn't transmitting.
Satellite broadband hardware and service provider ViaSat Inc. on Feb. 9 fully unveiled its plan to cover the world with three 1-terabit-per-second-throughput Ka-band satellites and accelerate its near-term market expansion by changing launch-service providers and forming a joint venture with Eutelsat of Europe.
Tuesday's briefing begins with a report that the North Korean satellite launched over the weekend is tumbling in orbit.
SES says its planned Feb. 24 launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket likely will need to skip an attempted recovery of the rocket’s first stage in order to place the 5,300-kilogram SES-9 satelite into the targeted orbit.
North Korea's weekend rocket launch repeated earlier success rather than breaking new ground, using a nearly identical design from a 2012 launch, experts said.
Monday's briefing begins with U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.), who is running for Marco Rubio's seat, telling Florida space officials he favors a mix of commercial and government space efforts, plus a look at the week ahead.
Satellite fleet operator SES on Feb. 8 said it is targeting Feb. 24 for the launch of its SES-9 telecommunications satellite aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 Full-Thrust rocket, a launch that has been repeatedly delayed since September.
NASA documents about the selection of commercial cargo contracts announced in January show that SpaceX had the highest technical ratings of the three winning companies, but also, by one metric, the highest price.