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August 02, 2014, 01:17 am by SHAdmin | Views: 4257 | Comments: 0

Welcome to SatelliteHome, an online community where members may discuss from a wide variety of North American satellite related topics including satellite television, satellite radio along with other television sources such as OTA or IPTV.  SatelliteHome was founded in order to provide a friendly helpful atmosphere of members helping members without resorting to unnecessary heavy handed moderation...
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July 18, 2019, 09:30 pm by NewsHound | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

Astronomy missions pass senior review

NASA has decided to extend the lifetimes of all eight astrophysics missions up for review, from large space telescopes to an instrument on the International Space Station.
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                        RENTON, Wash. — NASA has decided to extend the lifetimes of all eight astrophysics missions up for review, from large space telescopes to an instrument on the International Space Station.
In a July 17 memo, Paul Hertz, director of NASA’s astrophysics mission, announced he was approving extensions through 2022 for the eight missions after accepting the results of a senior review panel that found that the missions were generating enough scientific benefit to warrant continued operations.
The eight missions include two of NASA’s original Great Observatories, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope, as well as the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope, Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Arr...
July 18, 2019, 07:45 pm by NewsHound | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

U.K. deepens space ties with U.S., announces investments in small satellites, responsive launch

The U.K. will invest $34 million in small satellites, will increase support for the Combined Space Operations Center.
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                        WASHINGTON — British Secretary of State for Defense Penny Mordaunt announced on Thursday that the U.K. will become the first international partner of Operation Olympic Defender, an effort started by U.S. Strategic Command in 2013 to strengthen deterrence against hostile actors in space. More recently it has increased focus on preventing the spread of space debris in orbit.
In a keynote speech at the Air and Space Power Conference 2019 in London, Mordaunt also announced that over the next 18 months, the U.K. will be sending eight people to support the Combined Space Operations Center, the military hub for operational space planning at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
The U.K. additionally will be investing nearly $34 ...
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