SSTL Telesat LEO satellite graphic
Israel’s Ministry of Science and Technology announced Sept. 3 that Amos-8 — a replacement for Spacecom's Amos-6 satellite destroyed during SpaceX Falcon 9's 2016 fueling mishap — will be built in Israel with government support. The announcement was accompanied by this rendering featuring the logo of Israel’s only satellite builder, the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). Credit: Israel's Ministry of Science and Technology
Artist's rendition of BSAT-4b. Credit: SSL/Maxar Technologies
Rob Zitz, senior vice president and chief strategy officer at SSL, a Maxar Technologies company. (Keith Johnson for SpaceNews)
SSTL Telesat LEO satellite graphic
Philip Father, Scepter chief executive, and entrepreneur Rafay Khan, discuss plans for a global constellation of atmsopheric-monitoring satellites at Space Systems Loral.
SkySats in orbit
Radarsat Constellation
Orbital ATK's mission extension vehicle.
The winners of the 2017 SpaceNews Awards for Excellence & Innovation. From left, Planet's Richard Leshner; H.E. Sylvie Lucas, ambassador of Luxembourg; SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell; ILS President Kirk Pysher; Col. Steven Lang, 45th Space Wing; Lt. Col. Jack Lovin, USSTRATCOM; Marcy Steinke, Maxar Technologies; Jason Crusan, NASA. Credit: Kate Patterson for SpaceNews
WorldView-4 captured this image of Brasilia on Jan. 11, 2017. Credit: DigitalGlobe
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