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.
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DalBello to lead Office of Space Commerce
The Commerce Department has hired a veteran of government and industry to be the next director of the Office of Space Commerce.
Webinar Replay – Blockchain for Space
Blockchain is most often associated with Bitcoin, but the technology has important applications for many industries including the space sector.
Powering sustainability: Satellite propulsion underpins orbital stewardship
Small satellite propulsion has a critical role to play in keeping space sustainable. While in-orbit debris cleaners and other emerging capabilities capture imaginations, thrusters underpin a healthy operating environment in space.
Modern civilization would be lost without GPS
Aircraft, cars, trucks, trains and ships rely on GPS for location data, while GPS timing signals underpin cellular communications and financial transactions.
Recruiting in trying times: How Lockheed Martin Space hired thousands (plus 700 interns) in a pandemic
Almost overnight, Lockheed Martin Space with about 23,000 employees switched from its traditional in-person approach to virtual recruitment, interviewing and training.
Space Force leaders staying out of the political fray
Gen. John Raymond, chief of the U.S. Space Force, said he has met with members of the Biden transition team but would not speculate on what might change under the new administration.
TODAY: The 2020 SpaceNews Awards panel discussion with four of this year’s honorees
Join us Monday, Dec. 14 as we reveal the winners of the 2020 SpaceNews Awards for Excellence & Innovation. This one-hour live event features a panel discussion with four of this year’s honorees. You won’t want to miss this lively discussion of 2020’s key accomplishments and what lies ahead for civil, commercial and military space.
Space traffic management idling in first gear
Disagreement about which agency should take over civil space traffic management has stymied progress.
Thuraya CEO shares plans for fleet update and view of market
Two years after acquiring mobile satellite services provider Thuraya Telecommunications, Emerati fleet operator Yahsat is prepared to begin updating its L-band fleet.