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Archive for January 21st, 2020

ISILAUNCH to offer launch opportunities on Firefly’s Alpha

January 21st, 2020 by

Firefly Aerospace, Inc. announced the execution of a Launch Services Agreement with Innovative Space Logistics BV (ISILAUNCH), a launch services subsidiary of Netherlands based ISIS – Innovative Solutions in Space B.V. (ISISPACE).

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Energia to build Angosat-2 after Angosat-1 total loss

January 21st, 2020 by

Russia’s Energia Space Rocket Corporation will make an Angosat-2 telecommunications satellite for Angola by the end of 2021 to replace its predecessor Angosat-1 that is out of operation, Deputy Head of the State Space Corporation Roskosmos for Relations with State Authorities Sergei Dubik was quoted as saying.

Related Post:Final Rokot launch planned for 29 NovemberEutelsat’s Quantum completes thermal testingAstrobotic’s CubeRover programme awarded contract by NASASCISYS develops European space debris databaseSSTL awards Launch Services Agreement to FireflyFirst rocket engine test a success for Firefly Space SystemsNASA sets new launch window for supersonic vehicle testPratt & Whitney Rocketdyne successfully completes J-2X powerpack testSovrn

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Capella Space unveils advanced satellite design

January 21st, 2020 by

Capella Space, an information services company providing Earth observation data on demand, unveiled its evolved satellite design to enable on-demand observations of anywhere on Earth.

Related Post:Final Rokot launch planned for 29 NovemberEutelsat’s Quantum completes thermal testingAstrobotic’s CubeRover programme awarded contract by NASASCISYS develops European space debris databaseSSTL awards Launch Services Agreement to FireflyFirst rocket engine test a success for Firefly Space SystemsNASA sets new launch window for supersonic vehicle testPratt & Whitney Rocketdyne successfully completes J-2X powerpack testSovrn

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Qualcomm mobile chipset to support NavIC

January 21st, 2020 by

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has provided consultation for Qualcomm towards enabling NavIC capability in their Snapdragon mobile chipset platforms.

Related Post:Final Rokot launch planned for 29 NovemberEutelsat’s Quantum completes thermal testingAstrobotic’s CubeRover programme awarded contract by NASASCISYS develops European space debris databaseSSTL awards Launch Services Agreement to FireflyFirst rocket engine test a success for Firefly Space SystemsNASA sets new launch window for supersonic vehicle testPratt & Whitney Rocketdyne successfully completes J-2X powerpack testSovrn

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Skylo emerges from stealth mode

January 21st, 2020 by

Skylo announced that the company has emerged from stealth mode with US$116 million in total funding. The company previously raised US$13 million in a Series A round that was co-led by DCM and Innovation Endeavors, and joined by Moore Strategic Ventures. The new Series B round raised US$103 million, led by SoftBank Group and joined by all existing investors.

Related Post:Final Rokot launch planned for 29 NovemberEutelsat’s Quantum completes thermal testingAstrobotic’s CubeRover programme awarded contract by NASASCISYS develops European space debris databaseSSTL awards Launch Services Agreement to FireflyFirst rocket engine test a success for Firefly Space SystemsNASA sets new launch window for supersonic vehicle testPratt & Whitney Rocketdyne successfully completes J-2X powerpack testSovrn

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