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Archive for September 24th, 2020

Exolaunch arranges ride for Spire satellites on Sept. Soyuz mission

September 24th, 2020 by

Exolaunch announced that it will arrange the launch and provide technical mission management for four of Spire Global’s Lemur-class 3U cubesats aboard a Soyuz-2.1b rocket mission scheduled for 28 September.

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Next-gen GLONASS-K satellite delivered to Plesetsk

September 24th, 2020 by

A next-generation GLONASS-K satellite has been delivered to the Plesetsk cosmodrome ahead of a launch scheduled for 16 October, Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems said.

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Eutelsat to operate OVZON-3 satellite

September 24th, 2020 by

Eutelsat Communications and Ovzon AB have entered into a long-term agreement for the provision of satellite control services following a competitive bidding process involving all major satellite operators.

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Swedish Space Corporation cuts links with China

September 24th, 2020 by

China will soon lose the ability to access its weather and Earth-monitoring satellites via ground station locations affiliated with the Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) in Sweden, Chile and Australia.

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SES will be medium Earth orbit satellite partner for Microsoft Azure

September 24th, 2020 by

SES has announced plans to significantly advance its digital transformation across its enterprise, operations and development of new services for the cloud-scale era. As a cornerstone of the strategy, SES signed a multi-year agreement with Microsoft to be an Azure Orbital partner as well as to accelerate and expand the use of Microsoft Azure across its operations and jointly develop cloud-based video and data connectivity managed services.

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Where to next in the outer solar system? Scientists have big ideas to explore icy moons and more.

September 24th, 2020 by

If you had a few billion dollars and some of the most talented space scientists and engineers in the world, where would you go?

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