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Physics Today, November 1, 2018
When a satellite breaks down or reaches the end of its life, operators have two disposal options. Read more...
Geospatial World, October 19, 2018
Watch an Exclusive Interview with Mark Sarojak, VP, Commercial Earth Observation, SSL where he talk about Earth Observation Satellites, High resolutions Images, Next Generation satellites, Communication from satellite to satellite in space, and CUBE Sats. Read more...
SSL, August 21, 2018
Building a GEO communications satellite is no easy feat to accomplish. It can take two to three years to build a satellite like Telstar 19 VANTAGE, which will bring high speed internet to multiple regions and even to people on planes and ships at sea. Read more...
Via Satellite, August 8, 2018
Bigger is better. This statement is certainly true in Texas, but it applies elsewhere. In the automotive industry, cars seem to keep growing in size (even Mini got aboard the big car revolution). Read more...
Geospatial World, July 5, 2018
Satellites are heavy piece of infrastructure, entails huge amount of budget, human resource and time. But, when they run out of fuel or any breakdown comes about in any part of it, the satellite is abandoned. Read more...
POLITICO, June 27, 2018
Join POLITICO for a keynote interview with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. Sworn in as the 13th NASA Administrator on April 23, Bridenstine is leading efforts to reignite the space program and ensure American leadership in space. Read more...
SpaceNews, June 11, 2018
Space Systems Loral’s booth at the Space Tech Expo in Pasadena, California, was flanked by robotic arms: a sturdy one for grasping geostationary satellites and a slender one for assembling spacecraft in orbit. Read more...

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