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Australia’s Sky and Space Global Demonstrates Diamonds Testbed in Caribbean

Sky and Space Global (SAS), the New Space satellite communications company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, successfully demonstrated the capabilities of its Diamonds test-bed Cubesats to the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) in Guyana, opening up the possibility of offering its narrowband communications service to the Caribbean. Prior to the …

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NPO Avtomatiki to Develop Control System for Suborbital Tourist Launches

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The Russian commercial space company CosmoCours has selected NPO Avtomatiki to develop the control system for its suborbital complex currently under development. The Yekaterinburg-based NPO Avtomatiki (the State Enterprise Scientific Production Association Of Automation) is a Roscosmos subsidiary. It is a leader in the development and production of electronic control …

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#SpaceWatchGL Interviews: Sergey Sopov of S7 Space. Part II

S7 Space is the first Russian commercial company providing a full service on the launches of spacecrafts with use of the Zenit launch vehicles. Activity of S7 Space also includes operation support of space-rocket system “Zenit M” (“Land Launch” project) at Baikonur Cosmodrome. Our contributor Vitaly Egorov talked with Mr Sopov, …

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Australia’s Sky & Space Global Signs MoU With China Great Wall Industry Corporation For Pearl Constellation Launch

Sky and Space Global Ltd. (SAS), the New Space satellite communications company that is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) for the potential launch of SAS’s Pearl constellation of satellites. Under the terms of this MOU, …

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Singapore-Japan’s Astroscale Prepares The Ground For LEO Space Debris Removal

Astroscale has reached a key milestone in its quest to develop space debris removal services in order to secure long-term spaceflight and sustainability. The company has established a ground station in Totsuka, Yokohama for sending and receiving satellite data. This is the first ground station that the company has constructed …

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#SpaceWatchGL Interviews: Sergey Sopov of S7 Space. Part I

S7 Space is the first Russian commercial company providing a full service on the launches of spacecrafts with use of the Zenit launch vehicles. Activity of S7 Space also includes operation support of space-rocket system “Zenit M” (“Land Launch” project) at Baikonur Cosmodrome. Our contributor Vitaly Egorov talked with Mr Sopov, …

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#SpaceWatchGL Op’ed: On-Orbit Servicing or Roadside Assistance In Space by BusinessCom Networks

There is a new sector emerging within the space industry that could utterly revolutionise the satellite sector. On-orbit servicing could be the biggest advancement the industry has seen yet as it could bring with it the capabilities to tackle space debris, to repair operational satellites and even upgrade them, reducing …

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#SpaceWatchGL Interviews: Pavel Pushkin of CosmoCourse. Part II

SpaceWatch.Global Contributor Evgeniy Ryzhkov met with Pavel Pushkin, CEO of CosmoCourse –  a private Russian space company that develops its own reusable suborbital space complex, to talk about competition within the emerging space tourism industry as well as the challenges and opportunities of doing space business in Russia.  Today we …

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Secure Satellite IoT To Be Delivered By Partners, Cog And Fleet

Cog and satellite-based IoT start-up, Fleet have joined forces to advance the security of satellite-connected Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices. Cog, a provider of IoT security solutions, will provide Fleet with its D4 platform on trial projects around the world. Fleet connects hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of industrial devices that …

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