Amazon has signed a contract with SpaceX to launch an unspecified number of satellites for its Project Kuiper broadband constellation on three Falcon 9 rockets from mid-2025.
Infinity Avionics is working with the University of New South Wales Canberra Space and Australian startup Nominal Systems to develop technology to autonomously detect space objects.
American Airlines announced plans Nov. 30 to equip nearly 500 regional jets with multi-orbit Wi-Fi connectivity from Intelsat over two years starting in early 2024.
Rocket propulsion startup Ursa Major announced Nov. 30 it has raised $138 million in Series D and D-1 funding rounds.
Intelsat is producing a new flat panel antenna that enables moving vehicles to use broadband services from the company’s geostationary satellites and from SpaceX’s Starlink network
Amini has raised $4 million toward launching its first satellite in early 2025 to improve Africa-focused environmental information, the Kenya-based climate data startup said Nov. 30.
The House Science Committee voted on party lines to send a commercial space bill to the full House, although with the possibility of modifications before a vote there.
French satellite imagery analysis provider Kayrros launched a free version of its global methane tracking map Nov. 29 to help hold governments and businesses to account for their emissions.
The Defense Innovation Unit issued a new solicitation for proposals from private companies for a project known as the Hybrid Space Architecture.
Two satellites designed to bring mobile broadband coverage to the Arctic region for civilians and military users have completed key tests ahead of their planned launch next summer.
Arcfield, a U.S. defense and intelligence contractor, announced Nov. 29 it has completed its acquisition of Orion Space Solutions, a developer and manufacturer of small satellites and sensor payloads.
An industry group says it is opposed to a White House proposal for regulating novel space activities, arguing it could be burdensome and confusing for companies and agencies.
Japanese satellite operator Sky Perfect JSAT and an investor in the company that also owns telcos in the country have partnered to sell services from Project Kuiper, Amazon’s broadband constellation set to begin launches next year.
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