Microsoft submitted a study to the FCC showing TLPS signals can disrupt the connection between wireless controllers and the company’s Xbox 360S game console, which was introduced in 2010 and discontinued earlier this year. Credit: Microsoft
The future prospects of commercial satcom meeting government and DoD needs is bright," said Intelsat General Corp. President Skot Butler.  "While we can’t wait for activities like the Wideband Analysis of Alternatives to conclude, and procurement decisions to be made, commercial moves quickly to meet emerging demands across our user segments, government and otherwise." Credit: Intelsat General Corp.
Eutelsat reported a sharply improved environment for U.S. Defense Department contracting of commercial-satellite capacity during the most recent renewal period. Credit: SpaceNews graphic/Lance Marburger
SES Chief Executive Karim Michel Sabbagh. Credit: SES
WGS-7 on Delta 4
Orbital ATK CEO David W. Thompson and Intelsat CEO Stephen Spengler announce their MEV agreement at the 2016 Space Symposium. Credit: Chuck Bigger
WRC-15 image ITU
SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk, speaking  Jan. 30 at a hyperloop design competition at Texas A&M, said he expected the first Falcon Heavy flight "toward the end of the year... maybe late summer."
Credit: Texas A&M/Facebook
Eutelsat 9B, with a combined television and data-relay mission, in the Airbus cleanroom in Toulouse, France. CREDIT: Airbus
Snecma's PPS 5000 plasma-electric propulsion will be used on Airbus, Thales satellites.
OneWeb constellation infographic
Belarus’s first satellite, Belintersat-1, was built and launched in China. Credit: Belintersat
Falcon 9 first stage in its hangar following its Dec. 22 launch and return to Cape Canaveral, Florida. Credit: SpaceX
OneWeb founder Greg Wyler during a Nov. 10, 2015 interview with SpaceNews Silicon Valley correspondent Debra Werner. Credit: SpaceNews
The Defense Information Systems Agency's  CSSC contract calls for bidders to stitch together guaranteed global satellite bandwidth for over specific geographic areas, in multiple frequencies. Credit: SpaceNews graphic
The new jointly owned satellite will replace Telstar 18/Apstar-5 at 138 degrees, whose coverage area includes China, Mongolia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean region. Credit: Telesat

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