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Archive for November 24th, 2009

Dish Network Business TV

November 24th, 2009 by

Dish network delivers corporate message to a large audience across the United States. Now the national launching of a product has become much easier and least time consuming with modern technology. Read the article to know more about company’s business TV.

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Russia launches next-gen spy satellite

November 24th, 2009 by

Rocket: Soyuz-U; Payload: Kosmos 2455; Date: 20 November 2009, 1044 UTC; Site: Plesetsk, Russia. The military satellite was deployed in an initial 200 km x 905 km x 67.2 degrees orbit nine minutes after lift-off.
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Atlas V lofts Intelsat-14

November 24th, 2009 by

Rocket: Atlas V 431; Payload: Intelsat-14 (IS-14); Date: 23 November 2009, 0655 UTC; Site: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, USA. Successful spacecraft separation occurred nearly two hours after lift-off.
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W7 launch likely delayed by Russian-Kazakh row over Proton

November 24th, 2009 by

The launch of a Proton-M/Briz-M with Eutelsat’s W7 satellite from Baikonur, Kazakhstan, was postponed for (at least) 24 hours. There are no technical issues concerning the Proton rocket or the satellite; the delay seems to have been caused by the Kazakh government.
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Update: MDA to provide components for two new Ekspress satellites

November 24th, 2009 by

Thales Alenia Space has confirmed it was no longer involved in the construction of the Ekspress-AM5 and -AM6 satellites that are being built by ISS Reshetnev. TAS apparently has been replaced by Canada’s MDA.
Other Posts:Loral Space & Communications Inc. results Q2 2007Eutelsat Confirms HotBird-2 Clients To HotBird-8Connexion-Related Charge Hurts Boeing’s Third Quarter Bottom LineOptus Receives D1 SatelliteCanal Plus Completes Acquisition Of TPSSpacedev Founder Launches Civilian Spaceflight VentureIntegral Awarded LS1300 Control System ContractIran-Tajikistan Satellite Communication Linked

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ISS Reshetnev to build three Earth remote sensing satellites

November 24th, 2009 by

The Russian Ministry of Agriculture has awarded a contract to Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems for the manufacture of three Kosmos-CX satellites intended for remote sensing observations and monitoring of agricultural lands over the whole Russian territory.
Other Posts:New launch date for super secret PAN missionCapable China no threat?Indosat inaugurates Earth station for new Palapa satelliteSpaceX tested sensor aboard space shuttleUpdate: Last M-V puts Solar-B in orbitIran (again) says Mesbah satellite readyGlobeCast Launches African ChannelMDA takes controlling interest in Orbital Optics Limited

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