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Scotland’s Clyde Space Selected To Build Hyperspectral CubeSat For Poland’s KP Labs

ÅAC Microtec AB’s subsidiary, Clyde Space, has been selected by KP Labs to deliver a 6U satellite for the mission Intuition-1. The order value is 500,000 British Pounds Sterling (U.S.$656,000). Clyde Space will be responsible for the design and manufacture of the satellite platform. Launch is currently scheduled for the …

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ASX-Listed Sky And Space Global Signs Trial Agreement With MTN Nigeria

Sky and Space Global, Ltd. (SAS) has announced that it has signed a trial agreement with Nigerian mobile telecommunications provider, MTN Nigeria. Under the agreement, SAS and MTN Nigeria will examine the potential for collaborative projects using advanced Internet of Things (IoT) and narrow band applications in several fields for …

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Italy’s D-Orbit Signs Agreement With Firefly To Acquire Launch Capacity

D-Orbit S.p.A., an Italian service provider of the New Space sector, signed a multi-year framework agreement with U.S.-based launch operator Firefly Aerospace Inc. on 4 March 2019 to purchase launch capacity of the Firefly Alpha launch vehicle. The agreement grants D-Orbit the status of a preferred launch aggregation partner for …

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ASX-Listed Sky And Space Global Signs Reseller Agreement With Indonesia’s Cendrawasih Teknologi Nusantara

Sky and Space Global, Ltd. (SAS) has announced that it has signed a reseller Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cendrawasih Teknologi Nusantara (CTN). CTN was established in 2018 and is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is a hardware and software communications provider, supplying data connectivity services via satellite for its …

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#SpaceWatchGL Op’Ed: GVF – Continuing the Satellite Discussion, CABSAT 2019

By Martin Jarrold In 2019 CABSAT returns to its traditional March calendar slot and once again the Dubai exhibition will be complemented with an important Global VSAT Forum (GVF) programme of key satellite industry themes which will afford a high-profile to participating speakers and supporting sponsor organizations. The GVF Satellite …

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Denmark’s GomSpace And 2Operate To Use AI For Constellation Management

As the space economy is switching from single satellite infrastructures to constellations of affordable small satellites, network elements inevitably increase in complexity. 2Operate and GomSpace, together with Aarhus University, are working together within the MegaMan project, funded by Innovation Fund Denmark, to evaluate how existing telecom standards and existing artificial …

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Space Wars: U.S. Hosts Combined Space Operations Coalition Summit At Vandenberg AFB

The Joint Force Space Component Command (JFSCC) hosted a Combined Space Operation Coalition Summit with more than 120 defence personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States at Vandenberg AFB, California, 19-22 February 2019. The primary objective for the summit was to work with coalition …

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Russian Commercial Interests Buy Majority Stake in OneWeb JV To Allow Russian Operations

Russian businesses have reportedly bought a majority share of the Russian Joint Venture of OneWeb’s satellite communications megaconstellation for its business operations in Russia. This means that OneWeb should now be able to gain access to Russian consumers, the president of a partner involved in the joint-venture said. Dmitry Bakanov, …

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Spain’s PLD Space Facility Opened By Minister And Former Astronaut Pedro Duque

The Spanish Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities, Mr. Pedro Duque, the first astronaut in the history of Spain, has unveiled the PLD Space Propulsion facilities located at Teruel Airport. During the event, the minister outlined that “PLD Space is the perfect example of a transfer between science and innovation”. …

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