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Globalstar Launches New ST100 Satellite Transmitter

Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Globalstar Inc., and a leader in satellite messaging and emergency notification technologies,  has introduced the ST100, an innovative, embeddable, one-way satellite transmitter ready for rapid product development and manufacturing in the global marketplace. The ST100 is lightweight, low-power consuming and …

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SpaceWatchGL Opinion: COPUOS at a Crossroad – Challenges And Achievements From The Past Guide Us To The Future

By Ken Hodgkins The COVID 19 pandemic has ripped apart all sectors of the world’s societal fabric and rendered economies to a state of paralysis. Multilateral space diplomacy has not been immune to this chaos. This year for the first time the Legal Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the …

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Start Up With Copernicus! Innovative Earth Observation Solutions Wanted!

Applications to the Copernicus Accelerator 2021 are now open! Do you have an early-stage business idea that could benefit from an enriching environment and a fresh perspective? This is your moment! The Copernicus Accelerator 2021 is growing its community of Earth observation innovators. Now is your opportunity to join 50 …

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SES To Restructure And Consolidate Part Of European Operations Into Luxembourg HQ

As part of its ongoing Simplify & Amplify transformation programme, SES announced on 29 May 2020 that it plans to restructure its operations worldwide, including the consolidation of part of its European regional operations into the company’s global headquarters in Betzdorf, Luxembourg. SES aims to improve operational efficiency, collaboration and …

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Arianespace Resumes Preparations For Vega’s Upcoming Mission

The launch campaign has resumed for Arianespace’s next mission, which will be the proof-of-concept flight with the Vega launcher’s “ride-share” configuration – known as the Small Spacecraft Mission Service (SSMS). Scheduled for the middle of this month from the Spaceport in French Guiana, it will loft 53 micro- and nanosatellites …

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E2MC Update On Space Financing Rounds In May 2020

By Raphael Roettgen With almost US$550 million of announced space-related financing rounds, May has turned out to be the top space fundraising month so far in 2020. SpaceX, besides launching astronauts to the ISS on Crew Dragon, came in with over US$346 million by itself. The total amount does not …

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