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Mobile Satellite Users Association (MUSA) Announces Satellite Mobile Innovation Awards for 2021

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The Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA), a global not-for-profit organization focused on amplifying the voice of satellite mobile services users and innovators, celebrated with organizations earning top satellite mobile innovation awards for 2021.

New ALMA receivers achieve first light, set record for observational capabilities

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A new set of receivers installed on antennas at the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have achieved first light.

China develops sustainable development satellite

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The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has developed a satellite for pursuing sustainable development.

Starlink Will Transfer Data Close To 97% Of The Speed Of Light Says Musk

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Space Exploration Technologies Corp.'s (SpaceX) chief Mr. Elon Musk has revealed that his company's Starlink satellite internet service will soon be capable of transferring data faster significantly closer to the speed of light.

Canadians support international effort on Kinetic Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Testing treaty

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A diplomatic effort led by the United Kingdom (UK) at the United Nations (UN) to take up a Kinetic Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Testing treaty has received international support through a Canadian Open Letter.

Op-ed | While satellites are cool, military space networks must focus on interoperability

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The Defense Department’s Space Development Agency just issued a request for support to build 144 spacecraft. The agency’s Tranche 1 Transport Layer is expected to be one of the most complex networks the U.S. government has ever deployed in space.

Thinking Outside the Cube: Engineers Developing Disk Shaped Satellites

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>In response to growing interest in capable SmallSats, a team of engineers and scientists are thinking outside the (CubeSat) box with DiskSat.

Preparing Orion For Artemis 1

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Technicians and engineers with Exploration Ground Systems and Jacobs connect the second ogive fairing for Orion's Artemis I mission.

NASA’s Deep Space Network Looks to the Future

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When NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover touched down on the Red Planet, the agency's Deep Space Network (DSN) was there, enabling the mission to send and receive the data that helped make the event possible.

Dragonfly Aerospace’s journey from camera specialist to microsatellite builder

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Currently more known for the high-resolution cameras it builds than for spacecraft, Dragonfly Aerospace’s plan to move into microsatellite manufacturing got a major boost in April when it was sold to serial entrepreneur Max Polyakov
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Lockheed, Northrop invest in a startup that wants to refuel satellites...

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Defense industry giants Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman are investing in Orbit Fab, a San Francisco-based startup that wants to build gas stations in space that can refuel satellites and prolong their lifespan, the companies announced Monday.
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