Satellite Payload Market 2022-2027: Global Size, Share, Trends, Analysis and Research Report

Satellite Payload Market The Global Satellite Payload Market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years. SHERIDAN, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, November 28, 2021 / — According to IMARC Group latest report titled” Satellite Payload Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, the market is currently witnessing strong growth. The Global … Read more

This could be why Russia blew up its own satellite

The what, we know. On or about November 12, the Russian military tested an anti-satellite missile, or ASAT, by targeting and destroying a defunct Russian spy satellite. The resulting debris field sent astronauts and Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station scrambling for a potential emergency return to Earth, a hazard that could crop up … Read more

More than 50 CEOs, Executive Leaders Confirm to Speak at SATELLITE 2022

More than 50 CEOs and executive leaders from the world’s largest commercial space companies have confirmed to speak at the SATELLITE 2022 Conference and Exhibition, which will take place March 21 through March 24 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown Washington, D.C. The executives set to appear at SATELLITE 2022 represent a … Read more

China boosts Earth-observation abilities with 2 Gaofen satellite launches

China continued its record-breaking year of launches by sending two satellites into orbit in recent days. The two new satellites launched on separate rockets and from different space centers, but they share a name, Gaofen (“high resolution”). While both will observe the Earth, each will have different roles and users. Most recently, orange flames lit … Read more

Richard Branson’s satellite launch firm, Virgin Orbit, to go public via SPAC merger

Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit, a satellite-launching spinoff of the billionaire founder’s space tourism firm, is going public through a merger with a shell company, the firm announced on Monday. The company will be valued at $3.2 billion and includes an investment from Boeing. Virgin Orbit plans to merge with the special purpose acquisition company (also … Read more

Modernization of satellite jamming sets for the needs of the US Space Force

The awarded multi-year contract concerns the delivery of 16 modernized Counter Communications System (CCS) sets in Block 10.2 version, worth USD 125 million. The stock of these ground devices is referred to as the “first offensive system” purchased for the recently established (in December 2019) US Space Force. Initial operational readiness (initial operational capability) of … Read more

Russia shot down a disused satellite. The US and NATO condemn the successful attempt

The recorded anti-satellite test of the Russian Federation (which was confirmed on Tuesday, November 16 by the local defense ministry) was a test of a missile with a kinetic warhead, fired from the surface of the Earth. The launch probably took place between November 14-15 this year, leading to a successful hit and destruction of … Read more

Three Tesla superchargers with receivers for satellite internet from SpaceX>

All Tesla Supercharger locations will offer WiFi in the future, CEO Elon Musk said in mid-October in response to a Twitter complaint that this has not yet been the case everywhere. And now the company seems to have started to implement this announcement with almost its own resources: In the USA, three supercharger locations have … Read more

NASA showed the first images from the Landsat 9 satellite

The American space agency NASA announced that it had received the first photos from the Earth observation satellite – Landsat 9, just over a month after its launch, which took place on September 27 this year. This object is part of the satellite system developed for decades, continued thanks to the cooperation of NASA with … Read more

An easy fix to Space Force’s most glaring vulnerability – Breaking Defense Breaking Defense

Rendering of a satellite in orbit. (Space X via Pexels) As shown in a recent Breaking Defense exclusive, nation-states are having tense run-ins in space with regularity. But what happens if a rival takes things a step further to knock an American satellite out of orbit? In the op-ed below, Charles Beames, executive chairman of … Read more