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Archive for December, 2009

Dish Network For Remote Corners

December 31st, 2009 by

Dish network channels have been extremely successful in breaking open doors to remote corners of the world. The coming of satellite TV in these parts is also synonymous with other positive changes. Dish TV channels can take credit for progress in many of these remote lands. A look at the article will tell you how direct satellite TV channels make a difference.
Other Posts:Update: Soyuz U launches new Progress vesselLM scientists determine magnetic reconnection locationsProgress M-60 de-orbited after five extra days for scienceDMSP Flight-18 completes acoustics test milestoneThe Rise of the Underdogs on Satellite TVSWE-DISH terminals for British militaryMultichoice to use Intelsat capacity for mobile TV trialRCC Adds Intersputnik

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Dish Network For the Party Soul

December 31st, 2009 by

Dish network channels are best bought during this festive season. Satellite TV channels spill over with wonderful, jaw-dropping content at this time of the year. Dish TV channels give you more this party season, thanks to the initiative of direct satellite TV providers. Check out what’s on the menu.
Other Posts:Ball Aerospace receives MASINT orderKaguya almost in final orbitAriane 5 lifts two comsats, Japanese experimentNear Earth Names Haymes To Advisory BoardNASA Mars Odyssey spacecraft reboots successfullySecond SAR-Lupe satellite sends first radar imagesIridium Adds Eight Partners For Data Service OfferingsNorthrop Grumman announces organisation and leadership changes

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Dish Network and Global Village

December 31st, 2009 by

Dish network channels have made it possible for consumers all over the world to connect on a common platform. Satellite TV services may just be doing for the concept of the global village what internet could not. Dish TV channels are the order of the day and if you have not joined the drive to be one with all, now’s the time! Read this article to know more.
Other Posts:Satellite TV turns 40ABC signs A$100 million deal with Optus SatelliteGeneral Dynamics to support AIRSS programmeBlue Sky Offers Iridium Fix To Existing MagnaStar UsersFirst customer for former MEASAT-1SBIRS GEO-2 payload completes thermal vacuum testingUDcast Expands DVB-H Mobile TV Technology MarketsHughes Communications, Inc. results Q2 2008

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Why Switch to Satellite TV?

December 31st, 2009 by

You have called a thousand times to the local cable company. No we are not up in your region as of yet. You may live somewhere where they cannot get cable to you, an island or in the backwoods somewhere. You are tired of only getting one or two channels throughout your television. Your kids never get to watch anything educational and you are bored out of your mind. Have you ever considered getting a satellite?
Other Posts:New launch dates for STS-127 and LRO/LCROSSSkyPort Partners With Comdex To Provide Secure Communications ServicesIridium, Omnilink Launch Offering in BrazilMars rover stuck in soft soil; situation ‘very difficult’Mitsubishi, Arianespace Join For Launch ServicesSBIRS GEO-1 testing continuesDish TV Receivers – All That You Need to Know About ThemNASA prepares for Juno mission

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Consider Purchasing Satellite TV

December 31st, 2009 by

Oh great, the cable is out again. Do you not just hate that? Why should you have to constantly deal with these cable companies? Something is always going wrong and they are never there to fix it. It always seems as soon as they fix it something is wrong again. Using cable can be good but most people find out eventually that cable is indeed very difficult. If you are now using cable and you deal with outages all the time, you may want to consider purchasing Satellite TV.
Other Posts:Thrane & Thrane Sells ESLSiberian shepherd seeks damages over rocket debrisSingapore ground station to collect GeoEye-1 imageryUpdate: Avanti books Falcon 9 launch for HYLASXM Satellite Asks Judge To Dismiss Recording Industry SuitIntelsat announces new contractsNorthrop Grumman, SpaceX File Protests Over ULAChang’e on track for 2007 launch, official

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Two satellite orders for SS/L on one day

December 31st, 2009 by

Space Systems/Loral (SS/L) has been selected to provide Nimiq 6 for Telesat and EchoStar XVI for a subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation.
Other Posts:GSLV returns to flight with INSAT-4CR launchIntegral Systems Launches Tender OfferNo new launch date for GOCESpacehab submits NASA COTS proposalConstruction of TanDEM-X radar satellite completedTurksat plans two more satellites by 2014EMS Technologies buys Sky ConnectBuying a Dish Network Receiver

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