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July 31, 2015
United Launch Alliance Launches WGS-7
Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Jul 23, 2015
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket has launched the seventh Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) communications satellite for the U.S. Air Force at 8:07 p.m. EDT July 23 from Space Launch Complex-37. This is ULA's seventh launch in 2015 and the second successful ULA launch in just eight days. The launch marks ULA's 98th successful one-at-a-time launch since the company was formed in December 2006. "Kudos to the Air Force and all of our mission partners on another successful launch and orbital ... read more
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SMC goes "2-for-2" on weather delayed launch
Five o'clock in the "City of Angels" typically signals the end of a hard work day. It's a time when most Los Angeles metropolitan area commuters pile on to the freeways and Metrorail system, returni ... more

ISRO is hoping its 'BIG' offering would gain popularity in the market
Indian space agency officials are hoping their BIG offering would soon benefit the masses and gain popularity in the market. "The BIG we refer to is actually an acronym for Bhuvan, Indian Regional N ... more

Russia develops national high-end navigation system
According to a press release from Russian Space Systems, the company has embarked on a new project: the creation of the National High-Precision Satellite Positioning system. Work is getting un ... more
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United Launch Alliance announces propulsion development program
United Launch Alliance (ULA), the nation's premier launch service provider, has announced the company will locate a propulsion testing and manufacturing operation in Pueblo, CO. ULA was formed in 20 ... more


China launches two satellites as it builds GPS rival
China launched two new satellites into space Saturday, state media reported, as it builds a homegrown satellite navigation system to rival the US's Global Positioning System. ... more
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Washington, DC sinking fast, adding to threat of sea-level rise
New research confirms that the land under the Chesapeake Bay is sinking rapidly and projects that Washington, D.C., could drop by six or more inches in the next century--adding to the problems of se ... more

Drones may soon carry blood samples to the lab
Blood, like other biological samples, is fragile and vulnerable to contamination. It must be handled and transported with great care. ... more
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Canada to Buy Israeli Iron Dome Technology

Political Tensions Have No Impact on Space Cooperation- Roscosmos

ISRO is hoping its 'BIG' offering would gain popularity in the market

Russia develops national high-end navigation system

No sci-fi joke: 'killer robots' strike fear into tech leaders

NASA could help keep large unmanned aircraft clear of commercial planes

China holds anti-terror drill at Xinjiang airport


Satellite time transfer method based on two-way common-view comparison
Time synchronization between ground and satellites is a key technology for satellite navigation system. With dual-channel satellite, a method called Two-Way Common-View (TWCV) satellite time transfe ... more

Key facts about Nepal's quake and the risk of sequels
Three months after a massive earthquake struck Nepal, killing more than 8,800 people and destroying nearly 600,000 homes, aftershocks continue to jolt the Himalayan nation. ... more

WTO strikes 'landmark' deal to cut tariffs on IT products
Major exporters of information technology on Friday agreed to cut global tariffs on more than 200 products, in the first such deal struck by the World Trade Organization in nearly two decades. ... more
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Making Space Technology Cutting Edge AND Affordable
The current budgetary climate has forced a change in how the DoD handles space acquisition. As highlighted in this recent National Defense magazine article, programs in the past were often plagued b ... more

Satellites peer into rock 50 miles beneath Tibetan Plateau
Gravity data captured by satellite has allowed researchers to take a closer look at the geology deep beneath the Tibetan Plateau. The analysis, published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, of ... more
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Hitchhiking robot begins journey across U.S.
Canada's first hitchhiking robot began its journey across the U.S. Friday and has already landed its first ride. ... more

Atlas V Launch Uses New Measurement Hardware
An Atlas V rocket has been successfully launched At Cape Canaveral, and all of its systems were monitored and recorded using brand new measurement hardware developed by DEWETRON. Measuring systems d ... more

After 85-year search, massless particle with promise for next-generation electronics found
An international team led by Princeton University scientists has discovered Weyl fermions, an elusive massless particle theorized 85 years ago. The particle could give rise to faster and more effici ... more

South Korea asks for new F-16 upgrade deal
A request from the Republic of Korea to the United States for upgrades to F-16 fighters has received State Department approval. ... more

Drones and phones to tackle Indonesian holiday road chaos
From drones to smartphone apps, Indonesia is harnessing technology to tackle traffic chaos during the annual mass exodus before the Muslim Eid holiday, when the potholed roads of overpopulated Java become clogged with millions of slow-moving cars and crashes are frequent. ... more
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Constant change
The fundamental constants that govern the laws of nature are being determined with increasing accuracy, according to a review paper published this week in Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference ... more

Russia's GLONASS Proves More Than a Match for America's GPS
Russia's space-based GLONASS navigation system outmatches its US analogue GPS in a number of parameters: it works better at northern latitudes, and it covers the planet with a fewer number of satell ... more
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China's Beidou navigation system to track flights


Russia, Brazil to track space junk with GLONASS


Russian, Chinese Navigation Systems to Accommodate BRICS Members


Lockheed Martin set to advance RF sensors development


Russia's Lower House Passes Law on Roscosmos Space Corporation


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Russia, India Cooperate on Space Exploration, Glonass Satellite System


China's Beidou navigation system more resistant to jamming


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Rocket Lab Announces World's First Commercial Launch Site

Russian Tu-160 and PAKDA Strategic Bombers to Use Star Power

Blind French hikers cross mountains with special GPS

Sentinel-2A completes critical first days in space

China's Beidou navigation system more resistant to jamming

Backward-moving glacier helps scientists explain glacial earthquakes

Glacial quakes may serve as indicators of glacier disruption

Jason-3 Satellite Arrives at California Launch Site

Magnetic complexity begins to untangle

GPS Industries Launches Troon Connectivity Program

Raytheon Demonstrates Advanced GPS OCX Capabilities

Humans' built-in GPS is our 3-D sense of smell

Baboons decide where to go together

Designer electronics out of the printer

Cars threaten world's most endangered feline

Russia Begins Mass Production of Glonass-K1 Navigation Satellites

Egypt orders AASM missiles from Sagem

First US deep space weather satellite reaches final orbit

We are entering a 'golden age' of animal tracking

China says Nepal quake moved Everest southwest

China using indigenous Beidou system to detect gas leaks

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