Charting New Waters: The Revolutionary Intellian v130NX Maritime Satellite Antenna

By Natalia Toczkowska, Published by ts2 space, 1 December 2023 The open ocean, once a barrier restraining humanity’s interconnectedness, is now bridged by innovations in satellite communications—chiefly epitomized by the Intellian v130NX. This maritime satellite antenna is not merely a tool but a harbinger of the seamless connectivity that modern

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Anti-Satellite Weapons Within Satellites? Russian Spacecrafts Releasing ‘Secret’ Payloads Could Be A ‘Star Wars’ Munition

By Parth Satam, Published by the Eurasian Times, 28 November 2023 Space observers and scientists have noted curious and intriguing activity from two Russian satellites launched over the last year, releasing other satellites and spacecraft from within them. Believed to be electronic reconnaissance orbital payloads, the rare practice of satellites

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Space Force extends Kratos’ contract for satellite ground systems

Rendering of the U.S. Space Force's Advanced Extremely High Frequency communications satellites. Credit: Lockheed Martin By Sandra Erwin, Published by Spacenews, 25 November 2023 The new eight-year contract, worth up to $579 million, is for maintenance and development of ground control systems for military communications satellites WASHINGTON — Kratos Defense & Security

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North Korea claims to have put spy satellite into orbit. Analysts say that could make its military stronger

A rocket lifts off late Tuesday carrying North Korea's first spy satellite in images released by state-run media. By Brad Lendon, Published by CNN, 22 November 2023 Seoul, South KoreaCNN — North Korea on Wednesday said it had put its first spy satellite into orbit and vowed further launches to defend against

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Project Kuiper ready for satellite production after successful prototype tests

Amazon said engineers at its test site in McAllen, Texas, were able to validate all key technologies for Project Kuiper within 30 days of launching two test satellites. Credit: Amazon By Jason Rainbow, Published by SpaceNews, 16 November 2023 TAMPA, Fla. — Commercial Project Kuiper satellites are entering production next month without

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