Amos-E, an all-electric version of  Israel Aerospace Industries' Amos telecommunications satellite line, is aimed at a market of customers needing 10-20 transponders to maintain an orbital slot. Credit: IAI
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (left) and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Credit:  Israeli Government Press Office/Kobi Gideon

Israeli Startup Talks to Insurers about Saving Europe’s Stranded Galileo Satellites

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EFS said its DeOrbiter could salvage the European Galileo satellites in a useless orbit after a failure of a Europeanized Soyuz rocket’s Fregat upper stage.

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Arianespace CEO Stephane Israel. Credit: Arianespace
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Viola Group Takes 20 Percent Stake in Israel’s RRSat

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Viola Group, an Israel-focused private equity firm with nearly $2 billion in assets under management, has acquired 20 percent of the outstanding shares of RRSat Global Communications Network Ltd. for about $8 per share.

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