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Technitel selects Avanti for connectivity across Polish utilities sector
(4 December 2013) The Polish telecommunications infrastructure operator Grupa Technitel, has signed a multi-year contract for Ka-band satellite services with Avanti Communications.
Harris CapRock awarded FAA contract to support Alaskan satellite telecommunications infrastructure
(3 December 2013) Harris CapRock Communications, a global provider of fully managed communications for remote and harsh environments, has been awarded a 10-year, $46 million contract from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to continue providing satellite services for the Alaskan Satellite Telecommunications Infrastructure (ASTI).
KVH expands capacity of mini-VSAT broadband network in key Asia-Pacific region
(3 December 2013) To serve its growing commercial maritime customer base in the Asia-Pacific region, KVH Industries has doubled the service delivered by the JCSAT-1B satellite, which is part of KVH's mini-VSAT Broadband network.
NovelSat surpasses 100 customers as demand for satellite bandwidth rises
(3 December 2013) Global demand for satellite bandwidth continues to increase. One indicator of this trend comes from NovelSat, developer of NS3 next-generation satellite transmission technology and leading satellite communications equipment vendor, who recently signed their 100th customer.
Satellite industry launches global type-approval programme for "satcom on the move"
(3 December 2013) In response to growing demand for mobile broadband solutions, the international satellite communications sector has launched an initiative that provides “Satcom on the Move” (SOTM) earth station type-approvals through a mutual recognition test framework.
Ariave Satcom offers teleport and internet services to US based internet provider
(2 December 2013) Ariave Satcom, a private held company offering Virtual Private Network (VPN) services to Africa, has received a large contract for Teleport & Internet services from a leading US ISP.
Globecomm appointed as value added reseller for Inmarsat Global Xpress
(2 December 2013) Inmarsat has signed an agreement with Globecomm, appointing the specialised managed satellite services provider as a Value Added Reseller (VAR) for Global Xpress, serving the Government market in Africa and the Middle East.
Gogo certificated for Ku connectivity on Boeing 747-400 aircraft
(2 December 2013) Gogo passed a key milestone in launching its international connectivity service by receiving an STC to install its Ku-satellite technology on Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
PPC selects Eutelsat 10A satellite to boost C-band resources for oil and gas sector
(2 December 2013) PPC (formerly Philips Projects Centre), one of the leading providers of integrated IT services in Nigeria, has selected Eutelsat Communications to boost C-band resources needed to meet increasing demand from the oil and gas industry.
SkyWave and MCN expand communications applications for land and sea
(2 December 2013) SkyWave Mobile Communications today announced that IsatData Pro satellite service is now available in China through an alliance with Beijing Marine Communication and Navigation Company (MCN).
Signalhorn awarded European Space Agency funding to develop customer gateway
(27 November 2013) Signalhorn has been awarded funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop a gateway that will allow its customers to monitor all aspects of their services with the company.
Creonic reinforces activities in satellite communication with new IP cores
(26 November 2013) Creonic, a leading and ISO 9001:2008 certified IP core provider for communications, announced today two new IP cores for satellite communication.
Global shipping company MOL increases FleetBroadband usage
(26 November 2013) Global shipping company MOL Ship Management has started migrating more than 100 vessels to Inmarsat's 6GB data plan with the aim of enhancing both crew welfare and business operations.
Inmarsat appoints ESL as global government distribution partner
(26 November 2013) Inmarsat has announced the appointment of the ESL group, one of Europe's leading integrators of mobile radio and satellite communication equipment for land and maritime use, as a Global Government Distribution Partner.
Inmarsat signs Network Innovations as Global Xpress VAR for Enterprise
(26 November 2013) Inmarsat has announced the appointment of Network Innovations Inc, a specialised managed satellite services provider, as the first Value Added Reseller (VAR) for Global Xpress (GX) serving both the Enterprise Media and Enterprise Energy sectors on a worldwide basis.
Telespazio and Eutelsat sign multi-year agreement to market KA-SAT services in Italy
(26 November 2013) Telespazio and Eutelsat Communications have signed a strategic agreement for the marketing of broadband services in Italy using KA-SAT, the innovative High Throughput Satellite.
Newtec VSAT platform to extend broadband in French West Indies and French Guiana
(25 November 2013) An important project involving satellite operator Eutelsat and regional ISP Caribsat to bridge the digital divide in the French West Indies and French Guiana will make use of Newtec’s Sat3Play VSAT Broadband Platform.
O3b Networks opens Peru gateway
(25 November 2013) Satellite company O3b today moves a step closer to service launch for its customers with the formal opening of its Gateway (satellite ground station) in preparation for its Launch and Service Commencement in 2014.
Africa's premier golf tournament to be broadcast via Spacecom's Amos-5
(5 December 2013) Spacecom, the operator of the Amos satellite fleet, today announced that it is providing broadcast services on Amos-5 located at 17°E for the Nedbank Golf Challenge, Africa's top international golf tournament.
Sirius FM-6 satellite ready for service
(2 December 2013) SiriusXM today announced that Sirius FM-6, the newest addition to its satellite fleet, has been successfully placed in orbit and was declared ready for service.
Neterra Communications and SpaceCom enter strategic partnership
(29 November 2013) Bulgarian telecommunication company Neterra Communications and SpaceCom, operators of the Amos brand communication satellites, announced today the start of a strategic partnership between the two companies regarding satellite Direct-to-home (DTH) TV services, as well as video distribution to cable head-ends, VSAT communications, broadband Internet services via Amos-2 satellite (and after its end of activity - via Amos-6).
Science meets Sentinel-3
(6 December 2013) With the first of the Sentinel satellites being readied for launch next spring, scientists are looking ahead to the third mission in the series to ensure the highest quality data possible.
Thales Alenia Space wins contract for Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) ground segment
(4 December 2013) Thales Alenia Space has signed a contract with Eumetsat for the ground segment of the Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) program.
Ball Aerospace completes primary structure for JPSS-1
(3 December 2013) Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has achieved a pivotal milestone for assuring continuity of the nation's future weather and storm forecasting by completing the primary bus structure of the first satellite in the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS-1).
Earth's gravity scarred by earthquake
(3 December 2013) ESA’s GOCE satellite has revealed that the devastating Japanese earthquake of 2011 left its mark in Earth’s gravity – yet another example of this extraordinary mission surpassing its original scope.
Proba-V data ready for use
(3 December 2013) Less than seven months after launch, Earth-watcher Proba-V is ready to provide global vegetation data for operational and scientific use.
Indra to manage and operate main Sentinel-2 satellite image processing and archiving centre
(28 November 2013) Indra has closed an agreement with the European Space Agency to host the main processing and archiving centre for the images of the Sentinel-2 mission at its facilities and take charge of its operation.
Space Dynamics Lab sensor launched
(27 November 2013) Two Miniature Orbital Temperature References instruments — MOTRs — built by Utah State University Research Foundation’s Space Dynamics Laboratory were successfully launched Nov. 25 and are heading to the International Space Station.
Bulgaria signs accession agreement with Eumetsat
(26 November 2013) Bulgaria is on its way to becoming a Eumetsat Member State in 2014 following the signature of the accession agreement by Eumetsat Director-General Alain Ratier and Prof Dr Aneliya Klisarova, Minister of Education and Science of Bulgaria, during the session of the 79th Council meeting.
Latest GOES-R instrument cleared for installation onto spacecraft
(26 November 2013) The latest advanced instrument that will fly on NOAA’s next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) spacecraft is completed and cleared for installation onto the satellite.
GMI instrument arrives in Japan onboard Global Precipitation Measurement satellite
(25 November 2013) A Ball Aerospace & Technologies instrument essential for a new era in precipitation measurements has arrived in Japan where it will launch aboard NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission.
ESA's new breed of Galileo endures weeks of simulated space
(2 December 2013) ESA’s newest Galileo satellite has emerged from five weeks of simulated space conditions: Friday saw a hatch slid open to end its thermal-vacuum test, a milestone on the way to orbit.
Luxoft delivers navigation information platform to ERA-GLONASS
(29 November 2013) Luxoft has announced successful completion of the full cycle commercial software development of the navigation and information platform for ERA-GLONASS.
Thermal vacuum test successfully completed for the Galileo-FOC satellite
(27 November 2013) The first FOC satellite in the future European navigation system Galileo has mastered the most difficult of all the environmental impact tests with flying colors.
NewSat to support US Government Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2)
(5 December 2013) NewSat has announced a new teleport customer contract to support the US Government’s Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2).
Harris Falcon III manpack radio successfully communicates with MUOS satellite constellation
(2 December 2013) Harris Corporation’s Falcon III AN/PRC-117G multiband manpack radio has successfully communicated with the new Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite constellation.
US Navy accepts MUOS-2 satellite and ground stations sfter successful testing
(2 December 2013) Lockheed Martin has completed on-orbit testing of the second Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite and handed over spacecraft operations to the U.S. Navy.
SBIRS GEO-2 achieves AFSPC operational acceptance
(26 November 2013) The U.S. Air Force announced Nov. 25 that the second Space Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit satellite (GEO-2) has achieved Air Force Space Command Operational Acceptance.
Boeing tests validate performance of FAB-T satellite communications program
(25 November 2013) Boeing’s Family of Advanced Beyond Line-of-Sight Terminals (FAB-T) development program has completed the functional qualification testing phase for the protected wideband satellite communications system.
Comtech receives additional equipment orders from Brazilian military
(25 November 2013) Comtech Systems has received $1.1 million in additional orders from the Brazilian Military for satellite spares to support an existing system.
Spanish Ministry of Defence turns to Globalstar’s SPOT satellite devices
(25 November 2013) Globalstar, the leader in mobile satellite communications, today announced that the Spanish Ministry of Defence is now using SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger and SPOT Connect devices for in-field communications for personnel who are operating in remote locations with no ceullar coverage.
Glimpsing the infrastructure of a gamma-ray burst jet
(4 December 2013) A new study using observations from a novel instrument provides the best look to date at magnetic fields at the heart of gamma-ray bursts, the most energetic explosions in the universe.
ESA's new vision to study the invisible universe
(28 November 2013) The hot and energetic Universe and the search for elusive gravitational waves will be the focus of ESA’s next two large science missions, it was announced today.
Materion Large Area Optics Lab fully operational
(26 November 2013) Materion Barr Precision Optics & Thin Film Coatings has announced its new Large Area Optics (LAO) laboratory is now fully operational and offering a capability matched by few other facilities in the world.
Explosive growth of young star
(4 December 2013) A star is formed when a large cloud of gas and dust condenses and eventually becomes so dense that it collapses into a ball of gas, where the pressure heats the matter, creating a glowing gas ball – a star is born.
Mystery of neutron stars heats up
(1 December 2013) Until now, scientists were pretty sure they knew how the surface of a neutron star – a super dense star that forms when a large star explodes and its core collapses into itself – can heat itself up.
Most detailed catalogue of galaxies to trace evolution of universe during last 10,000 million years
(2 December 2013) The ALHAMBRA project, led by researchers from the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía and in which the University of Valencia has participated, has identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years of close observation of the universe from the Observatory of Calar Alto (CAHA, Almería) and thanks to a technique that breaks the stars energy in their colours through astronomical filters.
How stars move at the center of the galaxy
(27 November 2013) Two months ago astronomers created a new 3D map of stars at the centre of our Galaxy (the Milky Way), showing more clearly than ever the bulge at its core.
Galaxies in groups are running out of fuel
(25 November 2013) Astronomers at Swinburne University of Technology and their international collaborators have found evidence that galaxies that are located in groups might be running out of gas.
Mach 1000 shock wave lights supernova remnant
(25 November 2013) When a star explodes as a supernova, it shines brightly for a few weeks or months before fading away.
Possible massive black hole pair sighted by WISE
(3 December 2013) Astronomers have spotted what appear to be two supermassive black holes at the heart of a remote galaxy, circling each other like dance partners.
Smaller black holes can eat plenty
(27 November 2013) Observations of a black hole powering an energetic X-ray source in a galaxy some 22 million light-years away could change our thinking about how some black holes consume matter.
Do black holes come in size medium?
(26 November 2013) Black holes can be petite, with masses only about 10 times that of our sun -- or monstrous, boasting the equivalent in mass up to 10 billion suns.
Supernova blast provides clues to age of binary star system
(4 December 2013) Data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has revealed faint remnants of a supernova explosion and helped researchers determine Circinus X-1 -- an X-ray binary -- is the youngest of this class of astronomical objects found to date.
Mach 1000 shock wave lights supernova remnant
(25 November 2013) When a star explodes as a supernova, it shines brightly for a few weeks or months before fading away.
New instrument continues gathering Sun's effects on the Earth
(5 December 2013) Maintaining a record of solar measurements is important in understanding the sun's effect on Earth and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA), Total solar irradiance Calibration Transfer Experiment, or TCTE, is now providing that information.
Moon Express unveils breakthrough "MX-1" commercial lunar lander
(5 December 2013) Moon Express unveiled its "MX-1" lunar lander spacecraft today as a breakthrough robotic space vehicle capable of a multitude of applications including delivering scientific and commercial payloads to the Moon at a fraction of the cost of conventional approaches.
LADEE instruments healthy and ready for science
(4 December 2013) Now in orbit around the moon, NASA's newest lunar mission has completed the commissioning phase, and its science instruments have passed their preliminary checks.
Moon Express enables private US scientific collaboration on China moon mission
(1 December 2013) Moon Express, a U.S. commercial lunar enterprise, is enabling scientific collaboration between the International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA) and China's Chang'e-3 Moon mission successfully launched today from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan province, southwest China.
Helping China to the Moon
(29 November 2013) Shortly after China’s Chang’e-3 spacecraft departs Earth to land on the Moon, ESA’s network of tracking stations will swing into action, providing crucial support for the vessel’s five-day lunar cruise.
Unravelling the mysteries of Earth’s radiation belts
(4 December 2013) Researchers from the University of New Hampshire are unraveling the longstanding mysteries of the Van Allen radiation belts that circle Earth, improving predictions of space weather conditions and offering better protections to orbiting satellites and astronauts.
Cluster takes a tilt at radio wave sources
(26 November 2013) A new study using ESA's Cluster mission has shown improved precision in determining the source of a radio emission produced by the Earth.
Ocean currents shape Europa’s icy shell in ways critical for potential habitats
(3 December 2013) In a finding of relevance to the search for life in our solar system, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin’s Institute for Geophysics, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research have shown that the subsurface ocean on Jupiter’s moon Europa may have deep currents and circulation patterns with heat and energy transfers capable of sustaining biological life.
Cassini obtains best views of Saturn hexagon
(4 December 2013) NASA's Cassini spacecraft has obtained the highest-resolution movie yet of a unique six-sided jet stream, known as the hexagon, around Saturn's north pole.
Dawn's Ceres encounter scheduled
(3 December 2013) Dawn has been cruising toward Ceres, the largest object in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, since September 2012. That's when it departed from its first dance partner, Vesta.
Investigating the life of Comet ISON
(2 December 2013) After several days of continued observations, scientists continue to work to determine and to understand the fate of Comet ISON: There's no doubt that the comet shrank in size considerably as it rounded the sun and there's no doubt that something made it out on the other side to shoot back into space.
Extra Solar Planets
Planet that shouldn't be there
(5 December 2013) The discovery of a giant planet orbiting its star at 650 times the average Earth-Sun distance has astronomers puzzled over how such a strange system came to be.
Hubble traces subtle signals of water on hazy worlds
(3 December 2013) Using the powerful eye of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, two teams of scientists have found faint signatures of water in the atmospheres of five distant planets.
Search for habitable planets should be more conservative
(25 November 2013) Scientists should take the conservative approach when searching for habitable zones where life-sustaining planets might exist, according to James Kasting, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at Penn State, including when building Terrestrial Planet Finders.
Sub Orbital Space
UP Aerospace' SL-8 flies NASA technology experiments
(27 November 2013) An enthusiastic group of suborbital space researchers arrived at Spaceport America in New Mexico in early November to prepare and load their experiments on an UP Aerospace rocket that would place their technologies in a space-like environment where they will eventually operate.
Heat shield for Orion spacecraft arrives at Kennedy Space Center
(4 December 2013) NASA's Orion spacecraft is just about ready to turn up the heat. The spacecraft's heat shield arrived at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida Wednesday night aboard the agency's Super Guppy aircraft.
Designing spacesuit tools, biomedical sensors to keep astronauts healthy
(25 November 2013) Kansas State University researchers are improving astronauts' outerwear for outer space.
Ball Aerospace demonstrates ultra-lightweight telescope technologies for DARPA's MOIRE program
(6 December 2013) Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has demonstrated unprecedented telescope technologies using ultra-lightweight polymer membrane optics.
ATK and NASA demonstrate new rocket motor for Solar Probe Plus mission
(5 December 2013) ATK and NASA successfully tested a proof-of-concept STARTM 48GXV motor for the Solar Probe Plus mission, which will enter the sun's atmosphere to study the streams of charged particles the sun hurls into space.
Energid Technologies to control and simulate multi-arm robot for assembling satellites
(5 December 2013) Energid Technologies Corporation has been awarded follow-on funding to provide software for robotic control and simulation to DARPA's Phoenix program.
ATK's PUMA solar arrays successfully complete 90th deployment
(4 December 2013) ATK announced today that its Planar Unfolding Modular Array (PUMA) solar arrays were successfully deployed on Orbital Science's SES-8 satellite, which launched last night and will carry communications for SES S.A. of Luxembourg.
NASA's latest space technology small satellite phones home
(4 December 2013) PhoneSat 2.4, NASA's next generation smartphone cubesat has phoned home. The tiny spacecraft that uses an off-the-shelf smartphone for a brain has completed checkout and sent back data confirming all systems are "go" for the spry spacefarer.
Satellite cooling system breakthrough developed by Lockheed Martin Space Systems
(4 December 2013) Scientists and engineers at the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center (ATC) have developed the lightest satellite cryocooler (cooling system) ever built.
Blue Origin test-fires new rocket engine
(3 December 2013) NASA commercial crew partner Blue Origin of Kent, Wash., announced it has tested a new, hydrogen- and oxygen-fueled engine designed to lift the company's crewed Space Vehicle on future missions out of Earth's atmosphere.
Laser communication mission targets 2017 launch
(3 December 2013) NASA’s next laser communication mission recently passed a Preliminary Design Review (PDR), another major milestone towards the launch of the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) scheduled for 2017.
Telescope to track space junk using youth radio station
(29 November 2013) A combination of pop songs, talkback radio and cutting-edge science has enabled Australian astronomers to identify a way to prevent catastrophic, multi-billion dollar space junk collisions, a new study has revealed.
Moon Express software successfully flies NASA "Mighty Eagle" robotic lunar lander
(26 November 2013) Moon Express has announced a successful free flight test of its lunar lander software on NASA's "Mighty Eagle" prototype robotic lander.
OUFTI-1, the first Belgian nanosatellite, ready for space
(25 November 2013) The first Belgian CubeSat, OUFTI-1 (Orbital Utility For Telecommunication Innovations), has just been assembled at the Liege Space Centre (CSL-ULg).
Space in your heart
(5 December 2013) An artificial heart containing miniaturised space technology will soon beat inside a person, having now been approved for human trials in France.
Arianespace starts construction of New Filling Hall at Guiana Space Center
(6 December 2013) Arianespace is starting the construction of a New Filling Hall (known by its French acronym NBR, for Nouveau Bâtiment de Remplissage) following the approval of its Board of Directors on November 6 and the approval received today from French space agency CNES, the Guiana Space Center (CSG) landowner.
NASA initiative helps launch student-built satellites
(6 December 2013) With help from NASA, four student-built CubeSat research satellites launched into space Friday from the California coast as part of the agency's CubeSat Launch Initiative.
United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launches payload for National Reconnaissance Office
(6 December 2013) A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying a payload for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) lifted off from Space Launch Complex-3 on Dec. 5 at 11:14 p.m. PST.
Basic build-up is being completed for Soyuz to launch Gaia
(4 December 2013) The Soyuz launcher for an ambitious mission of developing the Milky Way’s most precise three-dimensional map is completing its basic build-up following mating of the vehicle’s Block I third stage in French Guiana.
Orbital-built SES-8 communications satellite successfully launched
(4 December 2013) Orbital Sciences today announced that the SES-8, a communications satellite built by the company for SES S.A. of Luxembourg, was successfully launched into orbit yesterday aboard a Falcon 9 rocket operated by Space Exploration Technologies from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Launch success for SES-8 satellite
(3 December 2013) The SES-8 satellite was successfully launched into space at 17:41 EST (23:41 CET) from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral.
SpaceX completes first mission to GTO
(3 December 2013) Today, Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) successfully completed its first geostationary transfer mission, delivering the SES-8 satellite to its targeted 295 x 80,000 km orbit.
exactEarth further expands its fleet of AIS satellites
(26 November 2013) exactEarth has announced the successful launch of an advanced AIS satellite that will extend its exactAIS constellation and increase the capacity of its global vessel monitoring service.
Planet Labs launches two more satellites
(26 November 2013) Planet Labs announced today that it successfully launched its most recent satellites, Dove 3 and Dove 4, into orbit on a Dnepr vehicle.
NASA delivers precipitation satellite to Japan for 2014 launch
(25 November 2013) An international satellite that will set a new standard for global precipitation measurements from space has completed a 7,300-mile journey from the United States to Japan, where it now will undergo launch preparations.
NASA launches first exo-brake parachute from International Space Station
(25 November 2013) Mission controllers have confirmed that a small satellite launched from the International Space Station last week has successfully entered its orbit.
Roaring to the moon, Lunar Lion pays launch reservation fee
(25 November 2013) The Lunar Lion, a moon lander designed and built by the Penn State Lunar Lion team, the only university-led team in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, will be sent into space as part of a multiple spacecraft effort coordinated by a new player in the space industry, Team Phoenicia LLC, of Menlo Park, Calif.
Gilat closes sale of its Spacenet subsidiary
(3 December 2013) Gilat Satellite Networks has completed the sale of its Spacenet Inc. subsidiary to Tulsa, Oklahoma-based SageNet.
Thales Alenia Space inaugerates new L’Aquila industrial site
(3 December 2013) Thales Alenia Space today inaugurated the new industrial complex in L’Aquila, completely rebuilt after the company’s historic establishment was declared unfit for occupancy due to the serious damage suffered during the earthquake of April 6, 2009.
Inmarsat extends space insurance brokerage contract with Willis
(2 December 2013) Willis Group Holdings has announced that Inmarsat has extended the exclusive appointment of Willis's Inspace team to act as its space risk management adviser and placing broker.
AST acquires Wright Satellite Connections
(26 November 2013) AST is pleased to announce the acquisition of a majority stake in Wright Satellite Connections, (WSC) based in Wellington, New Zealand, increasing the previous shareholding from 49% to 75%.
Products and Services
Hughes receives 'Hazardous Locations Accreditation' for BGAN M2M terminal
(3 December 2013) The Hughes 9502 integrated antenna BGAN (Broadband Global Area Network) M2M (machine-to-machine) terminal has received Hazardous Locations Accreditation.
Experts seek to harness Galaileo for science
(26 November 2013) As Galileo takes shape, as well as offering precision navigation and timing services around the world it is also shaping up to become a promising tool for science.
Dr. Rebecca A. Bernstein named Project Scientist for Giant Magellan Telescope
(4 December 2013) The Giant Magellan Telescope Organization announces the appointment of Rebecca A. Bernstein, Ph.D. to the position of GMT Project Scientist.
GlobaFone promotes Gina Aspinwall to General Manager
(2 December 2013) GlobaFone, a leading multi-carrier satellite phone service provider has announced the promotion of Gina Aspinwall to General Manager.
International Datacasting announces new executives
(2 December 2013) International Datacasting announced today the appointment of new executives to key Company functions.
Astrotech appoints Eric Stober as CFO
(28 November 2013) Astrotech Corporation (ASTC) has appointed Eric Stober as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Company.
Globecast Australia reflects growth with new management team
(28 November 2013) Following a period of sustained growth, Globecast Australia has undertaken a strategic review of its management team to best effect a structure for continued efficiency and innovation.
Virgin Galactic adds to its New Mexico team
(27 November 2013) Virgin Galactic, the world's first commercial spaceline owned by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group and Abu Dhabi's aabar Investments PJS, announced today that Las Cruces resident Greg Powe and New Mexico native Kelly Barncastle have joined its best-in-class team.
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