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Archive for February 4th, 2011

Rosetta goes into safe mode during deep-space manoeuvre

February 4th, 2011 by

ESA’s Rosetta was to perform a large deep-space manoeuvre (around 800 m/s) to finally target Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko at the end of January. During that, the spacecraft put itself in safe mode.
Other Posts:Final preparations for launch of Measat-3aNorthrop Grumman begins integrating LCROSS instrumentsSea Launch put on indefinite hold againHyundai Makes XM Standard In Some 2007 ModelsDelay of the day: Falcon 9Galileo effectively put on ice: companies ‘just not working’NASA signs commercial space transportation agreementsCOM DEV International Ltd. results Q1 FY2007

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Astrotech Corporation results Q2 FY 2011

February 4th, 2011 by

Astrotech Corporation announced financial results for its fiscal year 2011 second quarter ending 31 December 2010.
Other Posts:Cheapest Satellite TV – Which is the Best One?Kepler software update works as plannedVirgin America To Offer Dish Network In Every SeatBoeing celebrates 2,500 years in orbitAriane 5 cleared for launch of JCSAT-12, Optus-D3Sea Launch Expects October Return To SpaceSES consolidates U.S. Government businessWegener Corp. Reviewing Strategic Alternatives

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McMurdo Station in Antarctica receives first data from Metop-A

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EUMETSAT and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) successfully completed the first acquisition of data from EUMETSAT’s Metop-A satellite at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, on 19 January 2011.
Other Posts:SES Global Revenues Climb In First QuarterUpdate: Preparations continue for next Proton/Briz-M launchCOM DEV USA awarded U.S. government satellite contractSpend Your Time Wisely on Satellite TVSpaceX Test Launch Falls ShortSpaceX receives operational license for Cape Canaveral launch siteBoeing to begin second phase of Enhanced Polar System payload StudyInmarsat plans no service switch-off, just short gaps

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Update: TIBA secures SES-6 capacity

February 4th, 2011 by

SES-6 will be located at 40.5 degrees West, not 41.5 degrees West as erroneously claimed. Sorry for any confusion. The archived article has been corrected accordingly.
Other Posts:Andrew Debuts 2.4-Meter Vehicle-Mounted SatelliteSea Launch to try Thuraya-3 launch againNDS CEO Still Confident About Satellite ProspectsAvoid Frustrations in Dealing With Any Cable TV ProviderSirius exceeds six million subscribersOrbital to integrate, test Iridium NEXT satellitesHD Satellite TV – What a Beautiful ChoiceHow Pay-Per-View Shows Are Special To The Cable TV Customers?

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How Dish Network Airs Setanta Sports?

February 4th, 2011 by

Setanta Sports in Dish Network is the abode of International sports that brings subscribers the complete package of premium global sports programming with non stop access to live coverage of best European and international soccer, rugby and other sports. Subscribers can watch UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, England Internationals, 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, 2012 Euro Qualifiers, Super 14, Tri Nations, Six Nations and much more lively and enjoy them. This article enables the reader to know more about the best soccer in the world.
Other Posts:Tubes delay AAS/Telespazio sale to ThalesHarris to compete for U.S. Air Force’s NSOM contractWorldspace Sets Plan To Retain Stock ListingLouisiana Deploys Spacenet’s Connexstar ServiceEchoStar results Q1 2007Why More and More People Are Watching Television Instead of Going to the MoviesAnother small profit, a new Chairman and an old CEO for ArianespaceNASA books four Atlas V launches

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Do You Think Life Without Cable TV Is Good Enough?

February 4th, 2011 by

During the early days, most of the home owners are not subscribing to a local cable television provider. You know why? It’s because they don’t like to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to pay for cable TV subscriptions.
Other Posts:Ball Aerospace splits up defence unitFirst AEHF satellite to be lofted by Atlas V — reportClass action lawsuit against Worldspace announcedSirius-XM Merger Will Not Change Satellite OperationsNorthrop awarded RLV support contract by USAFGas Station TV Partners With HughesReplacement satellites for W2 have arrived at 16 degrees EastGLONASS constellation growing

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