Hispasat Shareholder Makes Play for Israeli Satellite Fleet Operator
Israeli Rocket Launches Radar Reconnaissance Satellite
El Al Israel Airlines To Offer ViaSat in-air Broadband Service
Vega To Launch Two Israeli-built Earth observing Craft
U.S.-Israeli Interceptor Completes Flight Test
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Zenit Rocket Returns to Flight with Successful Launch of Israeli Satellite

Viola Group Takes 20 Percent Stake in Israel’s RRSat


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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U.S.-Israeli Interceptor Successful in 1st Flight Test
Increase in Funding Fuels High Hopes for Israeli Space
For Israel and Ukraine, ESA Membership a Long Shot

Israel’s Iron Dome


A study published Nov. 11 in the journal Nature Climate Change warns agricultural regions in California and other areas of the Northern Hemisphere that rely heavily on melting snow to irrigate crops are likely to see a significant drop in snowfall in the years ahead.

‘Issue’ Forces Delay in Israeli Arrow-3 Interceptor Debut
Inmarsat, Israeli Group Spar over Iranian Oil Tanker Links

With Amos-6 Win, IAI Staves Off Collapse of Israeli Communications Satellite Sector


TEL AVIV, Israel — State-owned Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) averted the possible collapse of Israel’s ailing communications satellite sector with its win over Space Systems/Loral for the rights to build the Amos-6 satellite for Spacecom, based here.

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