is reporting from Logan, Utah, Aug. 6-9 to bring you comprehensive coverage of the AIAA/Utah State University 32nd Conference on Small Satellites.

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Glavkosmos Soyuz smallsat launch
Two cubesats after launch from the International Space Station's Small Satellite Orbital Deployer. Credit: NASA
Tim Lynch, general manager for Harris Corp. Mission Solutions, chaired the Year in Review session at the 2018 Small Satellite Conference in Logan Utah. Mission Solutions, the group focused on small satellites and hosted payloads, falls under the company's Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance business unit. Credit: Harris/Irene Lockwood
ISRO cubesat deployment
Interstellar Technologies engine
Maarten Englen, co-founder and CTO of Hiber, Katherine Monson of KSAT and Hiber's Hub Urlings at the KSAT booth at the 32nd Conference on Small Satellites at Utah State University. (Keith Johnson for SpaceNews)
ThrustMe Chief Technical Officer Dmytro Rafalskyi installs a thruster in a thermal vacuum chamber. Credit: ThrustMe
Astro Digital is building Helios Wire's 20-kilogram satellites with a machine-to-machine communications payload built to Helios Wire's specifications. Credit: Helios Wire
“We are looking more specifically at the type of technology rather than resolution.”
— Tahara Dawkins, NOAA’s commercial remote sensing regulatory affairs director
There is a growing recognition within the industry that small satellites could become targets if hackers identify ways to profit from gaining access to their networks or ways to inflict harm by controlling or disabling them. Credit: iStock
Solar Array Made In Space Andrew Rush
Addvalue's Eyal Trachtman, Open Cosmos Rafael Jorda Siquier,  Addvalue's Richard Cooperman and Open Cosmos Tristan Larent announce a partnership between the two companies at the Small Satellite Conference on Aug. 8. (Keith Johnson for SpaceNews)
Jori Czajkowski reads the SpaceNews Show Daily at the Small Satellite Conference at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. (Keith Johnson for SpaceNews)
Stellar Exploration bi-prop propulsion
Roccor CEO Doug Campbell at the Small Satellite Conference at Utah State University in Logan, Utah Aug. 7, 2018. Roccor specializes in power and communications for satellites. Credit: Keith Johnson for SpaceNews.
Cubesat NASA ISS

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